CDS Global acquires Optima
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CDS Global acquires Optima

CDS Global has announced the acquisition of the Optima business, previously operated by Optima Data Intelligence Services Limited, Optima Data Intelligence Limited and Optima UK Limited.

31/01/2010

Future appoints new Ad Planning Director
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Future appoints new Ad Planning Director

Future, the special-interest media group, has further strengthened its senior commercial team with the appointment of Steve Payne as Ad Planning Director.

31/01/2010

Adam Crozier to leave Royal Mail
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Adam Crozier to leave Royal Mail

Royal Mail has announced that Adam Crozier, Group Chief Executive, will be leaving Royal Mail later this year to take up the post of Chief Executive of ITV.

28/01/2010

Nuts reveals new look
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Nuts reveals new look

Nuts, the PPA Awards Consumer Media Brand of the Year, has unveiled a “brilliant” new look, with a comprehensive design refresh and raft of new editorial franchises.

26/01/2010

Advanced Photoshop has 4 winning covers
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Advanced Photoshop has 4 winning covers

Advanced Photoshop has revealed the winners of an exclusive competition, in association with iStockphoto.com, which challenged digital artists from the Photoshop community to create one of four exclusive cover images.

26/01/2010

Royal Mail and mailing houses join forces
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Royal Mail and mailing houses join forces

Royal Mail has announced the creation of a new Strategic Mailing Partnership to drive developments and shape the future of the mailing house industry.

26/01/2010

Take a Break hits 1.25 billion
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Take a Break hits 1.25 billion

Last week saw another landmark for H Bauer’s Take a Break magazine: reaching 1.25 billion copy sales since its launch almost exactly 20 years ago.

24/01/2010

Euromoney interim statement
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Euromoney interim statement

Euromoney Institutional Investor has issued its Interim Management Statement for the period from October 1, 2009 to January 20, 2010:

24/01/2010

Tea & biscuits?
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Tea & biscuits?

Consultation takes many forms. Sometimes it doesn’t happen at all, sometimes it’s occasional and sometimes it’s mere dressing for a decision already taken. But, more positively, in some companies it is an ongoing deeply ingrained process, where there

By Martin Cloake  |  24/01/2010

How to profit from the recession
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How to profit from the recession

It’s said that many fortunes are made as economies move out of downturns. How can you benefit from the upswing expected this year? Mark Bishop offers ten tips on how to add value to media businesses by benefitting from economic recovery.

By Mark Bishop  |  24/01/2010

Data Proliferation: Friend or Foe
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Data Proliferation: Friend or Foe

When it comes to data, it used to be the box of unprocessed registration cards or competition entries gathering dust under someone’s desk that kept publishers awake at night. Now, it’s that nagging feeling that their company simply has too many datab

By Kate Mayfield  |  24/01/2010

2010: A Year of Rebuilding Print and Tackling eDevices
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2010: A Year of Rebuilding Print and Tackling eDevices

Good riddance to 2009. What an abysmal twelve months that was! The new year is a time for predictions; some will be gloomy, some more upbeat. Karlene Lukovitz is determined to position herself in the latter camp ... for the time being at least.

By Karlene Lukovitz  |  24/01/2010

Election Uplift
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Election Uplift

US weekly titles saw a definite upturn in sales during the Obama election. With a General Election looming here, how will the UK market fare? What are the opportunities and challenges? And how will they cope with new media and wall-to-wall TV news? W

By David Stam  |  24/01/2010

Workflows – why you need them
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Workflows – why you need them

Big isn’t always best, but the larger publishers do tend to have more efficient workflows than smaller ones. Here, Chris Bunnett argues that, whatever your size, efficient workflows are a necessity and that all publishers can benefit from taking time

By Chris Bunnett  |  24/01/2010

Know your customers – and sell them more
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Know your customers – and sell them more

The problem with newsstand sales is that publishers have no direct contact with their readers. They don’t know who they are and, outside of the magazine itself, have no opportunity to sell to them. David Garratt and Charles Arthur argue that, by grad

By David Garratt  |  24/01/2010

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