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Off The Page by David Hepworth

David Hepworth on magazines and beyond

Posted on: 26 September 2017

Hyperlocal – making its voice heard by Nick Turner

Hyperlocal publishing is not new; the humble parish mag dates back to the 1850s after all – but the arrival of digital and the decline of some of the big regional publishers has opened up new opportunities over the past decade. As Nick Turner reports, hyperlocal publishing is coming of age and its leading players are demanding to be heard.

Posted on: 26 September 2017

Football magazines by Alan Geere

Football’s back! But what is there to cheer in this competitive publishing sector? Alan Geere takes his rattle and rosette onto the newsstand.

Posted on: 26 September 2017

What’s been going on… by James Evelegh

James Evelegh’s roundup of some of the news stories that caught his eye during July and August.

Posted on: 26 September 2017

The Key Industry Dynamics by Jim Bilton

The Publishing Futures research is showing that publishers are finding it tough going in 2017, but are optimistic for 2018. Jim Bilton looks at what four key industry metrics tell us about the state of play.

Posted on: 26 September 2017

GDPR – one quick win by James Evelegh

James Evelegh's editorial from today's edition of InPubWeekly.

Posted on: 21 September 2017

James Wildman – Q&A by James Wildman

Ahead of the upcoming 41st FIPP World Congress taking place in London on 9-11 October, Jon Watkins talks to one of the speakers – Hearst UK President and CEO James Wildman.

Posted on: 19 September 2017

Hang in there by James Evelegh

James Evelegh's editorial from today's edition of InPubWeekly.

Posted on: 14 September 2017

My Publishing Life – Jon Bickley by Jon Bickley

Jon Bickley, CEO of Anthem Publishing, answers our questions about his life in publishing.

Posted on: 13 September 2017

Perils of picture captioning by James Evelegh

James Evelegh's editorial from today's edition of InPubWeekly.

Posted on: 07 September 2017

Rediscovering print by James Evelegh

James Evelegh's editorial from today's edition of InPubWeekly.

Posted on: 31 August 2017

A really, really dishonest president by James Evelegh

James Evelegh's editorial from today's edition of InPubWeekly.

Posted on: 24 August 2017

My Publishing Life - Susan Duffin by Susan Duffin

Susan Duffin, managing director of subscriptions bureau ESco, answers our questions about her life in publishing.

Posted on: 22 August 2017

Digital magazines are back! by Ranj Begley

Were publishers too quick to write off the digital edition? After plateauing a couple of years back, says Readly MD Ranj Begley, digital magazines are now growing their audience footprint once again. Publishers should take another look…

Posted on: 31 July 2017

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

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