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Digital Frontier announces launch

Digital Frontier, a new tech-focused media and events publication has announced it is to launch this month.

Digital Frontier announces launch

Based in London and launching with a team of 20, Digital Frontier says it aims to step beyond the daily news cycle to produce deeply reported stories on the future of business, finance and culture.

Digital Frontier says it sees a gap in the market for a serious-minded publication that will show how technology is upending business models and opening new markets.

The title says it aims to break down the information silos between industries that often ignore each other. The best Digital Frontier stories will connect the dots between innovations being adopted by different sectors to tackle comparable problems.

According to Digital Frontier, too much technology journalism spends precious time and resources covering Elon Musk’s latest social media storm or detailing what to expect from iOS update 19.6a. It wants to bring rigour and a dose of optimism to the industry. The team believes technology has led to a huge improvement in people’s lives over the past century and has the potential to drive an even bigger change over the coming century.

Digital Frontier is writing for future-focused leaders. Whether you’re an entrepreneur, an investor or rising up the ranks of an established business, Digital Frontier says it aims to keep readers fingers firmly on the pulse.

The title will launch in February with a website, daily newsletter and two weekly podcasts. In addition, its debut print magazine will hit newsstands later this year and it will host a series of “live journalism” events across the UK and elsewhere – culminating with Convergence, its flagship conference, in Edinburgh in October.

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