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Tom Bureau - interview by Meg Carter

Rising print and digital circulations, rising subscriptions, and rising data and transaction revenues make for a rosy picture at Immediate Media Co. Rapid growth is not without its challenges however, chief executive Tom Bureau tells Meg Carter, which is why for the company’s senior and middle management, “cultural development” is a constant focus.

Posted on: 01 April 2016

Newspapers – acclimatising to the modern consumer by Charlie Beckett

Modern consumers, especially the young, want to consume news where they are, not where newspapers want them to be, and they want it packaged in the style they’ve become familiar with on social media. Distribution, packaging and audio-visual are all key to newspapers’ future success, says Charlie Beckett.

Posted on: 01 April 2016

Off The Page by David Hepworth

David Hepworth on magazines and beyond

Posted on: 01 April 2016

InDigital by Jim Foster

Jim Foster on the world of ePublishing

Posted on: 01 April 2016

Investigations: Journalists can be heroes by Jon Slattery

Two films released in the UK this year, writes Jon Slattery, highlight the way brilliant investigative journalism requires strong editors and publishers, teams of dedicated reporters, time and resources.

Posted on: 01 April 2016

A new dawn? by Liz Gerard

Launched on 29 February, does The New Day have a bright future? Liz Gerard casts her eye over Trinity Mirror’s new national paper…

Posted on: 01 April 2016

Think Publishing by Jo Bowman

The world of membership publishing bucks the trend! Think Publishing’s research shows that members value print, followed by live events, highest in the communications mix. As Ian McAuliffe tells Jo Bowman, print, both magazines and books, has deep engagement and a long shelf-life.

Posted on: 01 April 2016

Not-So-Strange Bedfellows by Karlene Lukovitz

The ongoing media revolution is not only eliminating weaker brands and publishers, writes Karlene Lukovitz; it’s compelling the remaining players to rethink traditional print methods and models, even as they push ever farther into third-party digital distribution and non-traditional brand extensions.

Posted on: 01 April 2016

Spotlight: The New Day by Alan Geere

Alan Geere, who was part of the launch team of Today, wobbly colour and all, that shook the newspaper market thirty years ago, casts his eye over the latest national newspaper launch.

Posted on: 29 February 2016

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

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