Media Voices co-host Peter Houston has jetted off to Cascais, Portugal for the 2022 FIPP World Media Congress. He catches up with speakers and attendees at the event to find out what they’re hoping to learn, what it’s like being back in the room, and how optimistic they are for the future of publishing.

In this episode we bring you highlights from FIPP CEO James Hewes’ keynote speech, Professor Lucy Küng drawing out practical lessons from her research into digital transformation, Fortune’s Jim Jacovides explaining how Covid made the publisher more flexible, Tortoise’s Katie Vanneck-Smith outlining how they are doubling down on audience engagement, Pugpig’s Jonny Kaldor sharing the optimism in the room, and Boom Saloon’s Rachel Arthur setting out what the big and small publishers can learn from each other.

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