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Exceeding expectations by Ray Snoddy

Chief executives are not paid to be downbeat. Visionary, forward-looking, over-achieving is what it’s all about. As the Guardian’s David Pemsel tells Ray Snoddy, having embarked on a three-year plan, they are well ahead of where they thought they’d be and there are lots of exciting plans – including a new tabloid edition – in the pipeline.

Posted on: 27 July 2017

Tweetdeck by Martin Belam

There are over 320 million active Twitter users. Much of their output will be of absolutely no relevance to you or your followers. Some, on the other hand, will be of huge interest. How do you home in on the good stuff and filter out the rest? Martin Belam is a big fan of Tweetdeck.

Posted on: 27 July 2017

Fishing magazines by Alan Geere

Angling may be touted as Britain’s most popular sport, but what is the lure of fishing magazines? Alan Geere casts for clues on the newsstand.

Posted on: 27 July 2017

The Levers of Power by Jim Foster

Jim Foster’s publishing world…

Posted on: 27 July 2017

PPA Festival 2017 by James Evelegh

On 10th May at London’s Tobacco Dock, the PPA held its annual festival. With almost 50 different sessions spread across six channels, there was lots to choose from. James Evelegh chose two…

Posted on: 27 July 2017

The Voice of Manchester by Peter Sands

On 22 May, a terrorist detonated his bomb amongst the crowds leaving an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester. 22 people were killed and many more injured. Not unsurprisingly, the tragedy became one of the biggest news stories of the past decade. The demand for information was huge and many turned first to the Manchester Evening News. Peter Sands talks to editor Rob Irvine about his paper’s coverage.

Posted on: 27 July 2017

An American In London by Ciar Byrne

Betsy Fast, recently arrived from the US, is Hearst UK’s new executive director of digital editorial strategy. As she tells Ciar Byrne, the UK lags a little way behind the US in terms of digital transformation, but that that presents a huge opportunity!

Posted on: 27 July 2017

How to sell more copies by James Evelegh

Some years ago, publishers seemed to lose interest in point-of-sale activity. Digital was the new obsession and there was a growing sense that retail could look after itself. Get the copies in the van, job done, was the thinking. Trade marketing declined, as did sales. But, as MMS’s Bill and Tom Stocker tell James Evelegh, by upping their game at point-of-sale, publishers will sell more copies, fact!

Posted on: 27 July 2017

Ad blockers – no room for complacency by Dickon Ross

A couple of years ago, publishers were truly fearful that their business model was about to be obliterated by ad blockers. Since then, the threat appears to have receded. But, warns Dickon Ross, ad blockers are getting more sophisticated and web browsers are now threatening to get in on the act.

Posted on: 27 July 2017

Challenging times mean challenging the norms by Neil Fowler

Neil Fowler says that universities are brilliantly positioned to offer radical ideas for the future of news. Have they the nerve to try something different, he asks.

Posted on: 27 July 2017

The Changing Landscape of Subscriptions Management by Alan Weaver

The recent announcement of the closure of Dovetail Services has caused another disruption in the UK subscriptions management market. This isn’t, writes Alan Weaver, a new phenomenon – industry watchers will remember market upheavals after the closures of Readerlink, Centrobe and WDIS, all significant service bureaux in the UK, and the dramatic fall of Neodata, the largest service bureau in the US.

Posted on: 27 July 2017

Off The Page by David Hepworth

David Hepworth on magazines and beyond

Posted on: 27 July 2017

Putting culture first by Meg Carter

Faversham House, the Sussex-based B2B media group, has been around since the 60s. Since a 2010 MBO, the company has put great emphasis on rationalising its brand portfolio and getting its company culture absolutely right. Chief Executive Amanda Barnes tells Meg Carter why.

Posted on: 27 July 2017

A Window of Opportunity by James Evelegh

Next February, PAMCo will unveil the first set of figures from its new measurement system, AMP. The publishing industry has invested heavily in developing the new metrics and, given the recent travails of Facebook and YouTube, its release couldn’t come at a better time for publishers. James Evelegh reports.

Posted on: 27 July 2017

Well, who saw that coming! by Liz Gerard

In terms of shock value, the 2017 election result was even more unexpected than last year’s Brexit vote and Trump win! No one saw it coming. Liz Gerard looks at how our national press covered the election and what effect, if any, they had on the outcome.

Posted on: 27 July 2017

What’s going on in publishing? by Jim Bilton

In a new regular series, Jim Bilton will drill down into some of the key findings of the Publishing Futures research. In his first despatch, he previews the 2017 survey and looks at some of the early findings.

Posted on: 27 July 2017

My Publishing Life – James Hewes by James Hewes

James Hewes, who takes over as president and chief executive of FIPP in September, answers our questions about his life in publishing.

Posted on: 25 July 2017

Get ‘in the thick of it’ this autumn by James Evelegh

Every autumn, political and business elites come together for the political party conference season. This represents a gold-plated marketing opportunity! For publishers looking to reach this high net worth, influential audience, there is only one way in, and that is via The Distribution People. James Evelegh talks to Sam Berry about some of the services they offer.

Posted on: 19 July 2017

Developments in tablet & mobile publishing – Q&A by Holger Kraemer and Laurent Gerniers

Mobile publishing is changing so fast, it's a challenge for publishers to keep up. Holger Kraemer of vjoon and Twixl's Laurent Gerniers, both experts in mobile strategies, look at some of the key decisions publishers need to make.

Posted on: 12 July 2017

My Publishing Life – Adrian Hughes by Adrian Hughes

Adrian Hughes, group managing director of Marketforce, answers our questions about his life in publishing.

Posted on: 16 June 2017

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