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A User Conference for the CUE Community

Mark your calendars for October 5th-7th! Stibo DX’s yearly user conference, CUE Days, is back. We will meet virtually again this year due to ongoing COVID-19 precautions, and we are making sure you get the same online experience as you would in person.

CUE Days is a user conference for media and technology professionals. You get to hear how media brands from all over the world are utilizing the same technology as you. You’ll also get to learn about all of Stibo DX’s latest product updates and plans for the future.

Companies at CUE Days 2021

Our CUE Days speakers

NOZ Patrick Koerting

Patrick Körting, NOZ Digital

How text-to-speech is revolutionizing the publishing world

Patrick Körting, Head of Audio at NOZ Digital: Newspapers and publishers produce thousands of pieces of written content every day. How would the media industry change if all that content could be made audible automatically? Could it transform daily newspapers into the new radio? It’s a look at how TTS technology could transform the media world and possibly create a new media genre.

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Ezra Eeman, Mediahuis

Digital growth strategy at Mediahuis

Ezra Eeman, Change Director at Mediahuis: International multimedia company Mediahuis believes building a digital company starts with putting the consumer at the center. That's why it adopted CUE as one centralized system to support its newsrooms. Mediahuis Change Director, Ezra Eeman will highlight why the company chose CUE and how it is helping create quality journalism in Mediahuis newsrooms. Eeman will also share how the company is building long-term relationships with readers.

Neil Mara, Fellow at RJI Institute

Neil Mara, RJI Institute

Endangered But Not Too Late: The State of Digital News Preservation

Neil Mara, Fellow at RJI Institute: As the news industry transitions to digital, some parts of the news content stream are being lost. Neil Mara, news-tech consultant and fellow at the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute, summarizes new research on the state of digital news preservation. The findings are based on more than 100 interviews with 40 news organizations and memory institutions. Mara also explores recommendations to address the threat to the public record of communities journalists cover.

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Edward McCain, JDNA

Endangered But Not Too Late: The State of Digital News Preservation

Edward McCain, Digital Curator of Journalism leads the Journalism Digital News Archive (JDNA); a strategic change agenda addressing issues surrounding access and preservation of born-digital news collections. McCain’s position is a joint effort between the University of Missouri Libraries and the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute. He works with faculty and staff at the Missouri School of Journalism and the journalism industry, building a framework of linked programs and functions designed to support and enhance digital news archives.

Bo Dalsgaard, CUE Days 2021 speaker

Bo Dalsgaard, Stibo DX

Highways – a fast way to learn and talk CUE

Bo Dalsgaard, Product Owner Highways: With technology at hand offering tons of opportunities, Highways is a starting point with concrete user journeys and setups identified and required in most newsrooms. This is what we demo, this is what we test, this is our out-of-the-box in every internal and external system installation – basically putting everyone on the same page. Bo has been with Stibo DX for more than 20 years with focus on implementing our software at various media houses around the world.

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