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Railway magazines by Alan Geere

Crowded services, HS2, labour disputes, even freight trains to China – the rail sector is hardly out of the news. Alan Geere gets down to the booking office to see which magazines are on the right track.

Posted on: 25 May 2017

Why the FT has the best website by Nick Turner

Two years in the making and using a highly collaborative design approach, the FT’s new website has swept all before it in terms of industry awards. Nick Turner talks to Mark Alderson about their priorities and strategy.

Posted on: 25 May 2017

Be radical, be disruptive by James Evelegh

In March, the AOP held one of its regular forum events, this one entitled: ‘The Content Creator & The User’. One of the keynotes was given by Christian Broughton, editor of the Independent, who advised the audience to embrace all things digital. James Evelegh was taking notes.

Posted on: 25 May 2017

House & Garden – showing no signs of ageing by Ciar Byrne

As it celebrates its 70th birthday, the Condé Nast title is busily adding followers and garnering likes on social media and experimenting with brand extensions. Yet, as Hatta Byng and Kate Slesinger tell Ciar Byrne, print is still where the heart is.

Posted on: 25 May 2017

Off The Page by David Hepworth

David Hepworth on magazines and beyond

Posted on: 25 May 2017

The press baron returns by Steve Dyson

After 120 years in publishing, the baronial Iliffe family lost its local newspapers in a complex merger deal. Now heir apparent Edward Iliffe is building a new press kingdom from scratch. Steve Dyson reports.

Posted on: 25 May 2017

Taking digital in its stride by Jo Bowman

It says something about a sector when the biggest thing to happen to it over the last 30 years has nothing to do with digital! Nigel Roby talks Jo Bowman through the ups and downs of the book trade and how The Bookseller has remained an integral part of it since its launch in the 1800s.

Posted on: 25 May 2017

‘New’ Magazine Models Include (Wait for It) Paid Subs by Karlene Lukovitz

Karlene Lukovitz spots some encouraging trends in the US, with some publishers successfully growing subs and erecting paywalls.

Posted on: 25 May 2017

My Publishing Life – David Whaley by David Whaley

In the first of a new occasional series, David Whaley, editor of the Oldham Evening Chronicle, answers our questions about his life in publishing.

Posted on: 08 May 2017

Time for grown up thinking by Ray Snoddy

On 1st March, Newsworks held its annual Shift conference in London. One of the messages Ray Snoddy came away with was the need for the advertising industry to shed its obsession with the shiny and the new and get to grips with what is a seriously deficient digital advertising supply chain.

Posted on: 28 March 2017

InDigital by Jim Foster

Jim Foster on the world of ePublishing

Posted on: 28 March 2017

Off The Page by David Hepworth

David Hepworth on magazines and beyond

Posted on: 28 March 2017

Native Advertising – issues and challenges for 2017 and beyond by Tim Cain

Native is on the rise. Publishers are setting up in-house studios and revenues are growing. It’s an area in which publishers, with their expertise in content creation, are well set to prosper. Tim Cain looks at the key areas that publishers need to focus on if they are to dominate this space.

Posted on: 28 March 2017

The Press = Doubleplusungood, says “Our Fearless Leader” by Karlene Lukovitz

Last issue, Karlene Lukovitz wrote that the core questions for the fate of the US now are how far the current occupant of the White House will go in trying to bully the press, and how stalwart the press proves in fulfilling its fourth estate role while under siege by the president…

Posted on: 28 March 2017

Tell us what we don’t know by James Evelegh

Publishers love the killer insight – that nugget of knowledge that propels a step-change in performance. As James Ormiston, managing director of subscriptions bureau Circdata, tells James Evelegh, having the data infrastructure and analysts in place to deliver deep level insights to their publishing clients is one of the things he’s most proud of.

Posted on: 28 March 2017

The Journal Relaunch – a trip down memory lane by Neil Fowler

In 1992, to great fanfare, The Journal switched from broadsheet to tabloid. A huge amount of effort and resource had gone into the relaunch. 25 years on, editor at the time Neil Fowler looks back at a dramatic north east change and ponders its relevance to today.

Posted on: 28 March 2017

Subs Futures by Jim Bilton

The Subscription Economy is growing and extending well beyond media and entertainment. The Recurring Revenue Model (RRM) is now an accepted part of a range of both consumer and B2B markets. Yet, writes Jim Bilton, that brings new challenges for publishers as well as opportunities, as end-user expectations as to how the RRM actually works are both changing and rising.

Posted on: 28 March 2017

How Data & Intelligence Products can transform B2B media by Carolyn Morgan

For B2B publishers, the big money is increasingly to be found in the provision of high value data products and services. The approach and skills required are very different to the traditional publishing model, but, writes Carolyn Morgan, the potential rewards are great.

Posted on: 28 March 2017

The joy of paper. How to become vulnerable to delight by Paul McNamee

We all know the advantages of digital, because we’re told them often enough. But who’s banging the drum for print? One person who is, is Paul McNamee, editor of The Big Issue, who says that there is nothing to beat the sheer magic of reading something in print.

Posted on: 28 March 2017

Have newspapers got nastier? by Liz Gerard

Is public discourse and reasoned debate to be nurtured or stamped on? British society is perhaps more polarised than at any time in living memory. Is the Press’ intemperance a symptom of this or part of the cause? Liz Gerard reports.

Posted on: 28 March 2017

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