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Spotlight – Music magazines by Alan Geere

Don’t know your bluegrass from your elbow? Never fear, help is at hand in the vibrant rock music magazine sector. Alan Geere finds there’s lots of fun to be had reading about something rather than actually listening or watching.

Posted on: 03 October 2016

Man vs Machine by Peter Preston

Machines are great at measuring things, but are the things they measure a reliable guide to good journalism? Treating content like widgets might benefit the bottom line, short-term, but might well end up damaging publishing, long-term. As Peter Preston points out, people win Pulitzers, not machines.

Posted on: 03 October 2016

Don’t kill the goose that lays the golden egg by James Evelegh

Two trends underpin the global newspaper market today: sales of print newspapers are in decline but revenue from print far outstrips that from digital. Should publishers axe their print operations and focus on digital or should they nurture print and aim to make it a long term part of a genuinely multi-platform publishing strategy? As UPM’s Anu Ahola tells James Evelegh, her company believes passionately in a profitable future for print.

Posted on: 03 October 2016

9 Keys to Creating a Facebook Strategy for Your New Magazine by Amanda MacArthur

About to launch a new consumer magazine, and keen to get the word out? One of the best ways of doing this is via Facebook, writes Amanda MacArthur. A well thought through and executed Facebook strategy could make all the difference to your new magazine’s chances of success.

Posted on: 03 October 2016

Off The Page by David Hepworth

David Hepworth on magazines and beyond

Posted on: 03 October 2016

Hold onto your seats by Dickon Ross

Digital disruption. We’ve been talking about it and living through its consequences for two decades or more, but for those who are hoping that calmer waters lie ahead, Dickon Ross has a clear message. In terms of disruption, what’s gone before will soon seem like a drop in the ocean. Far greater upheaval awaits us. Exciting times…

Posted on: 03 October 2016

“It’s Exciting to be an Online Journalist” by Steve Dyson

Print may be declining, but two freshly-qualified journalists are still excited about their new regional media careers. Steve Dyson finds out why.

Posted on: 03 October 2016

InDigital by Jim Foster

Jim Foster on the world of ePublishing

Posted on: 03 October 2016

Rebecca Nicholson - interview by Meg Carter

Mainstream media is forever obsessing over the youth of today; not so much what they’re up to, although that does fill useful column inches, but how to get them engaged with their output. One media organisation for whom this comes quite naturally is Vice Media. Meg Carter talks to its newish editor-in-chief, Rebecca Nicholson.

Posted on: 03 October 2016

Police-Press relations have never been worse by Anthony Longden

The last few years have seen a steady deterioration in police-press relations, with the police adopting something of a siege mentality. Anthony Longden looks at the causes of the present mistrust and asks whether anything can be done to salvage what should be a mutually beneficial relationship.

Posted on: 03 October 2016

David Hall Publishing by Robin Bowman

Fishing is one of the most popular participatory sports in the UK, with some estimates putting the numbers at four million. David Hall Publishing was set up thirty years ago to meet the needs of these passionate enthusiasts. MD Sean O’Driscoll talks to Robin Bowman about the company’s journey from print to multi-platform publishing.

Posted on: 03 October 2016

Autumn of Our Discontent by Karlene Lukovitz

Over the past several months, writes Karlene Lukovitz, the pace of change at the large US-based magazine media entities seems to have accelerated.

Posted on: 03 October 2016

Seven Smart Digital Publishing Ideas – Q&A by Carolyn Morgan

In our latest Top Tips webinar, held on Tuesday, Carolyn Morgan discussed examples of digital publishing and the ideas that might inspire other publishers. Here, Carolyn provides further information in response to some of the questions raised by publishers during the Q&A.

Posted on: 29 September 2016

Sir Alan Moses – interview by Ray Snoddy

One of the toughest jobs in publishing is held by a lawyer, or to be more precise, a high court judge. Sir Alan Moses, chairman of IPSO, has to deal with a sceptical public, an unbiddable press and a determined pressure group, not to mention a rival regulator. Sir Alan talks press regulation with Ray Snoddy.

Posted on: 27 July 2016

An App I Like - Pocket by Phil Hilton

How often do you come across something interesting to read, make a mental note to come back to it later, but never do? No doubt, very. There’s now help at hand – Pocket, an app which Phil Hilton promises, will teach you, charm you and stretch you.

Posted on: 27 July 2016

Product Management in a Publishing context by Ian Hart

One of the first areas Informa’s Business Intelligence division invested in as part of its strategy to return to organic growth was product management. Ian Hart, who moved from being content director to a senior product manager at the company, looks at how the function has been implemented and what challenges it has for publishers.

Posted on: 27 July 2016

Spotlight – Pre-school magazines by Alan Geere

Comics have come a long way from a pocket money treat. Now there are toys, posters, stickers and even a magazine thrown in. Alan Geere peruses the bottom shelf of the newsagents for the pre-school magazines.

Posted on: 27 July 2016

Search and Managing Today’s River of Information by Amanda Watlington

Search engines and publishers are both caught in the same dilemma, writes Amanda Watlington: how to retain the increasingly fragmented attention of their users and readers.

Posted on: 27 July 2016

The Indy: putting up a good fight but can it win the war? by Jon Slattery

In March, the Independent closed its print editions and went digital-only. Obituaries were written and tears shed, though the publishers themselves were resolutely upbeat about their online future. Jon Slattery takes a look at the Independent to see if the spirit of ’86 lives on.

Posted on: 27 July 2016

InDigital by Jim Foster

Jim Foster on the world of ePublishing

Posted on: 27 July 2016

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