Broad church
FEATURE

Broad church

Embracing difference while championing unity sounds like a contradiction in terms. Yet perfecting this balancing act is the challenge faced by Premier Christianity – a Christian magazine, its editor, Sam Hailes, and, well, the Christian church.

By Meg Carter  |  14/12/2020

A platform but no voice
FEATURE

A platform but no voice

Editors have a hugely influential role and can lead the debate across a range of contentious issues, yet, says Dickon Ross, responsible editors take great care never to let their own views intrude.

By Dickon Ross  |  14/12/2020

From controlled circ to enterprise subs
INTERVIEW

From controlled circ to enterprise subs

The Lawyer has been on quite a journey, successfully transitioning from a controlled circulation ad-driven model to a high value enterprise subs one. Andy Baker talks Meg Carter through the key stages and what they’ve learnt along the way.

By Meg Carter  |  14/12/2020

Science magazines
SPOTLIGHT

Science magazines

Never before have we been so interested in ‘following the science’. The pandemic has sharpened our appetites and there are plenty of science-based publications on the newsstand to keep us satisfied, as Alan Geere has been finding out.

By Alan Geere  |  14/12/2020

Survival of the most inclusive
FEATURE

Survival of the most inclusive

We all need to do more to increase diversity because, ultimately, greater diversity and inclusivity is what will dictate magazines’ future success, writes Meg Carter.

By Meg Carter  |  14/12/2020

Outlook for 2021: more knowledge, better organised
COMMENT

Outlook for 2021: more knowledge, better organised

With the end of the pandemic in sight, what will publishers be focusing on in 2021?

By James Evelegh  |  14/12/2020

Can magazine media survive an extended pandemic… plus internal unrest?
VIEW FROM THE STATES

Can magazine media survive an extended pandemic… plus internal unrest?

The US economy is teetering on the edge, battered by the pandemic and the government’s mismanagement of it. Unsurprisingly, says Karlene Lukovitz, the publishing sector has not escaped unscathed.

By Karlene Lukovitz  |  14/12/2020

From panic to structure
MEDIA FUTURES

From panic to structure

The initial media response to the pandemic was utter panic. Yet after the first flurry of hyperactivity, things have settled down to something that is more measured, strategic and planned – although everything is still being executed at high speed…

By Jim Bilton  |  14/12/2020

Surviving a pandemic the acquisitions way
FEATURE

Surviving a pandemic the acquisitions way

Mark Allen Group has grown significantly over the past decade through acquisitions, writes Meg Carter, a strategy that’s served it well this past year.

By Meg Carter  |  14/12/2020

Emerald partners with Jisc to combine access to Emerald’s research with green open access
News

Emerald partners with Jisc to combine access to Emerald’s research with green open access

Emerald Publishing has announced a new three-year agreement with Jisc, the UK research and education not-for-profit.

14/12/2020

2020 TIME Person of the Year: Joe Biden & Kamala Harris
News

2020 TIME Person of the Year: Joe Biden & Kamala Harris

TIME has named Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, President-elect and Vice President–elect of the United States, as the 2020 Person of the Year.

11/12/2020

Egmont rounds off Thomas’ 75th with limited edition collector’s issue
News

Egmont rounds off Thomas’ 75th with limited edition collector’s issue

Egmont Magazines are celebrating the 75th anniversary of the world-famous Thomas & Friends brand with the release of a limited edition gift pack of the magazine.

11/12/2020

The New Statesman launches new Business Section
News

The New Statesman launches new Business Section

The New Statesman has launched a new business section of its website to enhance its reporting and analysis on the political, economic and social issues facing businesses around the world.

11/12/2020

Remember Me? The Big Issue vendors Christmas appeal film launches
News

Remember Me? The Big Issue vendors Christmas appeal film launches

The Big Issue has launched its first ever Christmas Appeal film to help raise awareness of the need for support for its network of vendors who are facing an unprecedented period of hardship this winter.

11/12/2020

Tatler and Learning with Experts launch The Tatler Menu
News

Tatler and Learning with Experts launch The Tatler Menu

Tatler has launched The Tatler Menu in partnership with Learning with Experts, to recreate Michelin-standard dishes at home.

11/12/2020

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