Free webinar

March 21 webinar: The state of digital publishing: metrics, insights and revenue strategies

Tuesday, March 21 | Noon EDT

Tuesday, March 21
Noon EDT | 11 a.m. CDT | 10 a.m. MDT | 9 a.m. PDT

By Jonny Kaldor, founder and CEO, Pugpig

What is the current state of digital publishing and what will it look like in 2023 and beyond?

Pugpig is the digital publishing platform for hundreds of news, consumer, specialist and B2B media brands. We recently published our second annual report, our State of the Digital Publishing Market report, and we’re holding a webinar on Tuesday, March 21, at Noon EDT / 11 a.m. CDT in partnership with America’s Newspapers to take a deeper look into the report.

In the report, we get a unique view into the behavior of readers on mobile and share never-before-published insights and data from senior leaders from the likes of The Economist, Gannett, Reach, Crain, Future, Conde Nast, Discovery and Foreign Affairs.

There are a few real surprises in there that challenge assumptions many of us may make, alongside many things you’d expect about how the industry is thinking about digital and where readers spend most of their time. We’ll cover all of this in the webinar.

You'll hear about:

  • Insights into 2023 strategic priorities for the world's leading new media brands.
  • Comparison of reader engagement across users and platforms.
  • Case studies of innovation in digital publishing.
  • The use of audio and how it drives engagement.
  • How news publishers intend to retain readers in 2023.

Register for the webinar and join us as we dive into the report.  We hope it'll provide invaluable insight as you think about your digital publishing strategy for 2023 and beyond.

For more information on the report, get in touch.

For registration questions, please contact:

Patty Slusher, director of programming, at 847-282-9850, ext. 102 or

Our presenter

Our presenter is Jonny Kaldor, co-founder and CEO of Pugpig, the platform that powers mobile apps, websites and digital archives for the world's leading media brands.

Prior to launching Pugpig, Kaldor was MD, Technology and Product Development at News Corporation’s Digital Media Group, focusing on building new digital brands. This followed three years as CTO at News UK, where he was responsible for technology delivery across the business for The Times, The Sunday Times and The Sun newspapers.