Digital Marketplaces: Strategies to Consolidate and Leverage Newsstand Data
Tuesday, October 2, 2012 - 2:00pm - Watch Now
The realities of todayâ€™s expanding digital sales environment require publishers to spend countless hours manually collecting, manipulating, consolidating and analyzing non-standard data files from third party vendors. While the data from various newsstands is vital to growing their digital business, media companies need an automated method of consolidating data from multiple sources.
Join CDS Global and Red 7 Research and Consulting to learn about:
â€˘Â new opportunities to consolidate complex data from various sources
â€˘Â industry trends related to the changing digital sales marketplace
â€˘Â the importance of leveraging digital in your product portfolio
Managing Director, Research and Consulting
Red 7 Media
Michael Hughes serves as Managing Director of Research and Consulting for Red 7 Media, leading the media organizationâ€™s consulting division to enable leaders in the media, global event and trade show industries analyze data and information to make more informed business decisions. A 15 year veteran in the industry, Michael has expertise to provide syndicated and custom research and consulting to Red 7 Mediaâ€™s client base, allowing them a competitive edge in the marketplace.
Chief Product Officer
Kristin Runyan is chief product officer at CDS Global. In this role, she oversees the critical function of continually developing new products and enhancing existing products to effectively lead the company into the future. Runyan has significant knowledge in technology implementation and product management, previously serving as chief information officer and vice president of Product Management at CDS Global, and brings additional experience in these capacities from her work at companies such as Southwestern Bell, Level 3 Communications and OpenText/Vignette.Â A certified Project Management Professional (PMP), she holds a bachelorâ€™s degree from Texas Christian University and an MBA from Saint Louis University. Runyan is the recipient of a 2011 Women of Innovation Award presented by the Technology Association of Iowa.