Tomorrow’s Media Today from Elizabeth Spiers: What are the key developments in digital publishing in terms of genre, format and functionality? What should we be reading, watching, interacting with?

PSFK Conference Presentation: Tomorrow’s Media Today – Elizabeth Spiers

What are the key developments in digital publishing in terms of genre, format and functionality? What should we be reading, watching, interacting with?

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About the speaker:

Elizabeth Spiers is the Publisher and Founder of Dead Horse Media, an online media company, which produces DealBreaker.com (a Wall Street tabloid), AboveTheLaw.com (a legal tabloid), Supermogul.com (a general business management site) and Fashionista.com (a fashion tabloid). Her debut novel, And They All Die in the End, will be published by Riverhead/Penguin in 2008. She was formerly the editor-in-chief of mediabistro.com, where she launched six new blogs and prior to that, a contributing writer and editor at New York magazine, covering entertainment, media, and business. Spiers was also the founding editor of Gawker.com, a weblog about “the darker Manhattan-centric themes: class warfare as recreational sport; pathological status obsession; and the complete, total, and wholly unapologetic embrace of decadence,” and the flagship property of Gawker Media. She has also written for Salon.com, Jane, Radar, Black Book, The Face, The New York Times, The New York Sun and The New York Post, including Page Six. Prior to working in media, Spiers was a buy-side tech equity analyst.

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