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The joy of paper. How to become vulnerable to delight by Paul McNamee

We all know the advantages of digital, because we’re told them often enough. But who’s banging the drum for print? One person who is, is Paul McNamee, editor of The Big Issue, who says that there is nothing to beat the sheer magic of reading something in print.

Posted on: 28 March 2017

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Functional optimism: Is production reliability undervalued by publishers? by Christian Tchorsch

How secure are your IT systems? Does the thought of massive data loss keep you awake at night? If the answers are ‘quite’ and ‘no’, then it might be time to reassess. Christian Tchorsch of digital publishing software provider vjoon explains.

Posted on: 09 February 2017

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Digital Publishing Challenges for 2017 by John Rahim

John Rahim’s article in the Publishing Partners Guide 2017

Posted on: 03 February 2017

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Opportunities & Threats: B2B Media by Colin Morrison

Colin Morrison's article in the Publishing Partners Guide 2017

Posted on: 03 February 2017

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Opportunities & Threats: Consumer Media by James Tye

James Tye's article in the Publishing Partners Guide 2017

Posted on: 03 February 2017

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Opportunities & Threats: Customer Publishing by Nicola Murphy

Nicola Murphy's article in the Publishing Partners Guide 2017

Posted on: 03 February 2017

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Opportunities & Threats: National Press by Ray Snoddy

Ray Snoddy's article in the Publishing Partners Guide 2017

Posted on: 03 February 2017

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Opportunities & Threats: Regional Press by Steve Dyson

Steve Dyson's article in the Publishing Partners Guide 2017

Posted on: 03 February 2017

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Retail and media converge; comtent emerges by Adam Sherman

Adam Sherman's article in the Publishing Partners Guide 2017

Posted on: 03 February 2017

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Surfing the paper waves! by Julian Townsend

Julian Townsend's article in the Publishing Partners Guide 2017

Posted on: 03 February 2017

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Press freedom should be an attitude of mind by Bob Satchwell

How free is the British press? Ask the man on the Clapham omnibus, and he’d probably say ‘very’. But, according to Bob Satchwell, the press is not nearly as free as it should be and the situation is going from bad to worse.

Posted on: 28 May 2015

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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…

Posted on: 23 September 2014

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Hold on! Let’s stop the treatment! by Peter Jackson

Why are publishers blaming all of our ills on the digital revolution? Peter Jackson suggests there’s another major factor which has been overlooked – and there is historical evidence that magazines can find a way to bounce back.

Posted on: 14 July 2014

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In praise of print by Diane Kenwood

Digital is where the buzz is, but, for many consumer magazine publishers, print is where the money is. We all know that digital is a central part of publishing’s present and future, says Diane Kenwood, but from time to time, we do need to remind ourselves of the enduring value of print.

Posted on: 19 March 2014

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When nearly right is totally wrong – and why the great subbing debate is a huge red herring by Neil Fowler

Spoiler alert: former editor Neil Fowler believes the days of traditional sub-editors have gone – and those calling for their salvation are ignoring the realities of life.

Posted on: 19 March 2014

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An endangered art by Anthony Longden

The lethal combination of cost cutting and the need for speed in the online publishing world has led to the imminent demise of the sub-editor, that second pair of eyes once deemed so crucial to maintaining journalistic standards. Yet, writes Anthony Longden, the sub-editor’s role must be saved, and it’s not too late to do so.

Posted on: 30 November 2013

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Listening to advice by James Evelegh

Are you open to advice? Or do you take it as some kind of affront or an irritating distraction? Or do you take advice on board, give it due consideration, and make changes where necessary? I like to think of myself as the latter, but normally I have to be told more than once…

Posted on: 15 November 2013

Women and the media by Cathy Galvin

One of the many interesting findings of a Women in Journalism report last year was that 78% of all front page bylines were male. Have newspapers failed female journalists, asks Cathy Galvin, or have female journalists failed newspapers?

Posted on: 19 May 2013

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Your Freedom to Publish by David Newell

In the run-up to publication of the Leveson Report, Newspaper Society director David Newell challenges those advocating a system of press regulation underpinned by statute, saying they have singularly failed to address the fundamental issue at the heart of every citizen’s freedom of expression.

Posted on: 11 October 2012

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