Robyn Peterson of CNN on smart engineering and AI in the media landscape
How are new technologies changing journalism and what role does smart engineering play in the new media landscape? Robyn Peterson, CTO of CNN, shares an interesting outlook.
Louise Richardson on Pinterest marketing, the power of visual content, and more
Pinterest is not like the others: in this podcast, Louise Richardson, Director of Marketing (EMEA), explains what makes the platform different from social media and how Pinterest marketing works.
Sigrid Dalberg-Krajewski from Delivery Hero discusses quick commerce
In this podcast, Sigrid Dalberg-Krajewski, Director of Global Corporate Communications at Delivery Hero, chats with our host Alex about why the future of online retail lies in quick commerce.
Leadership and remote working during the COVID-19 crisis: Sarah Bernuit reveals all
Sarah Bernuit talks to Alex Wunschel about the opportunities and challenges for companies during the current crisis – with eye-opening insights for your business!
Rob Tarkoff from Oracle on customer experience, trust, and “The New Next”
Why is trust so crucial in the customer experience? And how is the current situation changing the way people work in Silicon Valley? Rob Tarkoff from Oracle explores these questions with Alex Wunschel.
Instant messaging with a focus on AR: Götz Trillhaas on the status quo and future of Snapchat
How is Snapchat currently doing and what does the instant messaging service have planned with regard to augmented reality? Götz Trillhaas, Managing Director at Snap, reveals all to Alex Wunschel.
News in bite-size format – Chris Davies, BBC, on the new news format on Quibi
Quibi stands for Quick Bite Content. “Bite-size” mobile consumption of content poses new challenges for news formats as well, as Chris Davies, BBC, explains in an interview with Alex Wunschel.
Show attitude and take responsibility: Adam Singolda, CEO of Taboola
Crisis management with COVID-19 and the coronavirus everywhere. Adam Singolda, CEO of Taboola, believes what is needed in the crisis is a clear position against fake news!
Single sign-on (SSO) – Sven Bornemann from EnID about netID, SSO and ePrivacy
In the days of ePrivacy and the death of the third-party cookie, the digital economy is turning to log-in tracking methods. SSO via netID promises better data protection and transparency.
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