Working with your printer
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Working with your printer

With advertising revenues down, paginations shrinking and run lengths decreasing, many publishers are caught in the eye of the ongoing economic maelstrom. But help is at hand! And from a source much closer to home than you might imagine. Kirk Gallowa

By Kirk Galloway  |  20/05/2010

The Main Event
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The Main Event

Maximising your number of viable revenue streams is long-accepted good practice, and events have been seen as sensible brand extensions since pre-internet days. For those publishers yet to dip their toe into the events pool, or for those who might ha

By Ross Sturley  |  20/05/2010

The power of infinity
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The power of infinity

At February’s Publishing Expo, a stellar panel consisting of Guardian MD Tim Brooks, Future Chief Executive Stevie Spring and Incisive Media Group MD James Hanbury was convened to discuss ‘the future of publishing’. Unsurprisingly, it was standing ro

By James Evelegh  |  20/05/2010

How do publishers feel about the future?
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How do publishers feel about the future?

Perplexed, but not panicking......yet!..... That, writes Jim Bilton, seems to be the overall sense of what publishers feel about the future.

By Jim Bilton  |  20/05/2010

After the polls
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After the polls

With one of the most remarkable elections in history now behind us, Mark Bishop looks at what impact the new coalition government might have on the publishing sector.

By Mark Bishop  |  20/05/2010

Launch of Intermedia Brand Marketing
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Launch of Intermedia Brand Marketing

The launch of what claims to be the UK’s first fully integrated circulation and marketing company was announced this week by founders and partners, Kevin McCormick and John Bardsley.

20/05/2010

New section for Heritage Commercials
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New section for Heritage Commercials

The July issue of Heritage Commercials, the classic and vintage vehicle magazine, sees the launch of an “exciting” new section, called Classic Truck, which will be found inside every issue.

19/05/2010

London unveils new Autocar-inspired bus
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London unveils new Autocar-inspired bus

Transport for London has released the first official images of the next-generation Routemaster bus.

19/05/2010

The World Cup – domestic sales opportunities
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The World Cup – domestic sales opportunities

It’s not just suppliers of St George’s car flags who are limbering up for a busy summer. Publishers and retailers are also expecting a footie-fuelled sales bonanza. David Stam looks at publishers’ plans and expectations.

By David Stam  |  19/05/2010

The World Cup - export opportunities
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The World Cup - export opportunities

In just a few weeks, the Football World Cup comes to South Africa. The largest international sporting event of 2010 will bring scores of visitors to the country and the accompanying fanfare is set to deliver a significant spike in domestic consumer s

By Richard Salsbury  |  19/05/2010

Nuts special 3D issue
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Nuts special 3D issue

Nuts magazine has unveiled a “ground-breaking” special 3D issue – which it claims is the first of its kind in the UK weekly men’s lifestyle market.

18/05/2010

OFT launches market study into outdoor advertising
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OFT launches market study into outdoor advertising

The OFT has launched a market study into outdoor advertising.

18/05/2010

PrintWeek produces IpexDaily newspaper
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PrintWeek produces IpexDaily newspaper

More than a dozen companies have pooled their resources to create the IpexDaily, the PrintWeek-produced official show newspaper for Ipex 2010.

18/05/2010

ABC announces governance change
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ABC announces governance change

ABC has announced the formation of the ABC Irish (ROI) Council, marking a significant change to its governance structure. The new structure will take effect immediately.

17/05/2010

PPA welcomes Centaur back into membership
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PPA welcomes Centaur back into membership

Business and specialist publishing company Centaur has rejoined the PPA.

17/05/2010

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