You may already have heard him speak in the past 12 months, but at a Publish Asia masterclass in Singapore, Juan Senor is your guide on visits to two of the city's leading publishing businesses.
Senor and Columbia University's Raju Narisetti are also keynote speakers during the conference - twinned with the 2019 Newsroom Summit Asia - from May 7-9.
Narisetti - whose CV includes founding India's second largest business paper, Mint; roles as managing editor at the Washington Post, as strategy SVP at News Corp and recently chief executive of Gizmodo Media Group - will speak on "going beyond advertising and subscriptions" to revenue diversification experiences and roadmaps for sustainable growth.
Senor will speak on "saving the news business" - with examples of how publishers are innovating editorially and in their business models.
Additionally, during a related masterclass on May 7 (Tuesday) he will take participants through 11 sustainable business models, and lead a visit to Mediacorp and Bloomberg.
The visit to regional broadcaster Mediacorp (pictured) is an opportunity to immerse yourself in a 45-minute interactive journey where you can take the TV news anchor's chair, play radio presenter and enter the virtual reality world of Mediacorp's over-the-top (OTT) service, the Toggle VR 360 Experience.
There will also be a "teatime discussion" with CNA Digital's chief editor Jaime Ho.
At Bloomberg, there will be an overview of how the global news giant delivers business and financial information, news and insightsusing multiple platforms including web, mobile, social, TV, radio and the Bloomberg Terminal.
A tour of the Bloomberg Singapore office and TV and radio studios will include a meeting with Asia Newsdesk managing editor Bruce Grant. The visit is limited to 25 participants.
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