More than a magazine: Digiday Pulse is expanding

Last spring, Digiday launched its quarterly print magazine, Pulse, devoted to the future of media and marketing. Now, as we put out our fourth issue, we are pleased to announce a new, premium tier for our subscribers. It turns out, rich, long-view editorial content can only tell part of the story of digital.

For those who know how crucial it is to stay ahead of digital media’s ongoing evolution, our new enhanced membership program offers subscribers an exclusive stream of deep-dive editorial coverage, including insights from industry executives and invitations to exclusive live events and access to discussions devoted to unpacking vital industry trends.

Digiday Pulse subscriptions will now include:

Digiday Pulse magazine: Print and digital access. Each quarterly issue of Pulse focuses on a specific theme, be it programmatic advertising, video or publishing. Membership will also include access to an archive of past issues.
The Beat: A monthly digital report highlighting hot topics and trends, based on a unique pool of data collected from publisher and brand insiders at our events (everything from ad-blocking rates to the top social platform tactics) combined with sharp editorial analysis.
The Signal: Monthly letters from the editor that go deep on a specific topic facing the industry.
Trend Talks: Quarterly, exclusive events at the Digiday HQ combining panels of our editors and industry thought leaders with town hall discussions and networking.

A lot happens in digital media. Here’s what matters.

Learn more at pulse.digiday.com

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