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Opportunities & Threats: National Press by Ray Snoddy

Ray Snoddy's article in the Publishing Partners Guide 2016

Posted on: 04 February 2016

Balancing Acquisition & Retention Strategies by Adam Sherman

Adam Sherman's article in the Publishing Partners Guide 2016

Posted on: 04 February 2016

Opportunities & Threats: Regional Press by Steve Dyson

Steve Dyson's article in the Publishing Partners Guide 2016

Posted on: 04 February 2016

Opportunities & Threats: Consumer Media by David Hepworth

David Hepworth's article in the Publishing Partners Guide 2016

Posted on: 04 February 2016

Why Paper Matters! by Julian Townsend

Julian Townsend's article in the Publishing Partners Guide 2016

Posted on: 04 February 2016

Opportunities & Threats: B2B Media by Colin Morrison

Colin Morrison’s article in the Publishing Partners Guide 2016

Posted on: 04 February 2016

Opportunities & Threats: Customer Publishing by Nicola Murphy

Nicola Murphy's article in the Publishing Partners Guide 2016

Posted on: 04 February 2016

Where next for digital publishing? by Esther Kezia Harding

Esther Kezia Harding's article in the Publishing Partners Guide 2016

Posted on: 04 February 2016

Sarah Sands - interview by Ray Snoddy

In 2009, the Evening Standard’s ABC stood at 256k – it’s now over 900k. Removing the cover price was obviously the clincher, but there’s no denying the new-found spring in the Standard’s step. As editor Sarah Sands tells Ray Snoddy, no one has to pick up the paper, so she and her team work very hard to give them reasons to do so.

Posted on: 03 February 2016

An App I Like – Time Out by Dominic Mills

Of all the titles out there, writes Dominic Mills, Time Out is perhaps especially suited to mobile. If Dominic doesn’t manage to collect a print copy on the Tuesday, he’s very happy to settle for the apps, both of them!

Posted on: 03 February 2016

How to Tweet Your New Magazine to Success by Amanda MacArthur

You’re the new kid on the block. You have no profile, no community and no traffic to your website. Nobody knows you! This clearly has to change if your new magazine is to have any chance of success, and, writes Amanda MacArthur, Twitter is a great way to achieve this. Here’s how…

Posted on: 03 February 2016

Spotlight – Holiday & Travel Mags by Alan Geere

Need to get out more? Want to be taken to places you can only dream of? Look no further than the travel section of the newsstand. Alan Geere sets the doors to manual.

Posted on: 03 February 2016

What does 2016 hold for newspapers? by Peter Sands

A new year is a time for bold resolutions, for hope, confidence and determination to make the coming year better than the one just gone. Err… not in the world of the regional press, where Peter Sands finds a mood of despondency and where ‘more of the same’ pretty much sums up the outlook for 2016.

Posted on: 03 February 2016

InDigital by Jim Foster

Jim Foster on the world of ePublishing

Posted on: 03 February 2016

Denial. Despair. Determination. International press sales in a digital world by Jim Bilton

Distripress, the international press association, commissioned Wessenden Marketing to undertake a review of global press trends and of the key issues facing supply chains around the world - The Distripress Circulation Monitor (DCM). Jim Bilton summarises the key findings.

Posted on: 03 February 2016

Paul Lomax - interview by Meg Carter

With the growing importance of technology in the publishing world, it’s little wonder that IT teams have come out from behind the help-desk. Their role is increasingly sophisticated and business-critical. Meg Carter talks to Paul Lomax about the rapidly evolving IT scene at Dennis Publishing.

Posted on: 03 February 2016

Global Cement – evolution of a brand by Robert McCaffrey

Like many publishers who successfully navigated their way through both the financial crash and digital dawn, Pro Global Media’s journey was not always a smooth, linear progression. There was, admits Robert McCaffrey, a certain amount of making it up as they went along.

Posted on: 03 February 2016

Why digital magazines must embrace a borderless future by Carolyn Morgan

Digital magazines have travelled a long way in the last few years – from print-replica page-turners to interactive, rich, visual resources. However, some publishers have struggled to translate these improvements into significant new revenue streams. Carolyn Morgan looks at the challenges and offers up some solutions.

Posted on: 03 February 2016

Class Hacks by Steve Dyson

Five top hacks share their secrets on how to be an award-winning journalist in 2016. Steve Dyson reports.

Posted on: 03 February 2016

Ad Blocking – Can disruption ultimately be good for the industry? by Tim Cain

Probably the biggest media story of 2015 was the existential threat posed to the publishing industry by the rise of ad blocking, a threat that shows no signs of going away in 2016. Tim Cain looks at the challenges posed, how publishers are responding and the extent to which ad blocking may actually turn out to be an opportunity!

Posted on: 03 February 2016

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