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Content: King or Serf? by Gill Hudson

Ask any professional publisher what it is that makes their title special and they will always reply ‘content’. Yet, says Gill Hudson, the amount publishers pay their editorial contributors has declined so dramatically that one has to question whether they really do value content half as much as they say they do…

Source: InPublishing Magazine Sep/Oct 2014

No more magic moments? by Gill Hudson

In compiling PPA – 100, Gill Hudson devoted a large section to “100 Great Magazine Moments” – those jaw dropping acts of editorial brilliance that have defined the medium over the past one hundred years. Yet, Gill came away from the experience, worrying that whoever gets the job of editing PPA – 200, will have fewer magic moments to choose from.

Source: InPublishing Magazine Mar/Apr 2014

Reader’s Digest — the Doctor Who of publishing? by Gill Hudson

Reader’s Digest is a title which benefits from huge brand recognition but suffers from a widely held perception that it’s something “granny used to read”. A decade of rapidly falling ABC figures told their own story. In 2009, Gill Hudson was appointed editor-in-chief with a brief to reverse the decline. Gill takes up the story…

Source: InPublishing Magazine Sep/Oct 2011

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