Media: It’s OK to sell in a crisis
FEATURE

Media: It’s OK to sell in a crisis

What do you do with your sales team during a global pandemic? Mothball them? Stop talking to clients and prospects? Certainly not, says Spread the Word Media's Martin Maynard.

By Martin Maynard  |  02/04/2020

Digging into Digital
MEDIA FUTURES

Digging into Digital

The Media Futures survey tracks just how quickly the industry is shifting into digital. Jim Bilton digs into the detail.

By Jim Bilton  |  31/03/2020

What's been going on...
NEWS ROUNDUP

What's been going on...

James Evelegh’s roundup of some of the news stories that caught his eye over the last couple of months.

By James Evelegh  |  31/03/2020

Consistently inconsistent
FEATURE

Consistently inconsistent

The Press has never been slow to point fingers and criticise public figures, but is it even-handed and how open is it when reporting stories that involve themselves? Liz Gerard investigates.

By Liz Gerard  |  31/03/2020

Never mind the politicians – here’s some proper journalism to be proud of
REVIEW

Never mind the politicians – here’s some proper journalism to be proud of

The British Journalism Awards came just 24 hours before the general election following a campaign that highlighted some of the worst of journalism and social media. The awards were a reminder of the great things dedicated journalists can achieve.

By Jon Slattery  |  31/03/2020

Here come the machines: 5 ways AI will help us create great content
FEATURE

Here come the machines: 5 ways AI will help us create great content

Artificial intelligence can do the heavy lifting of data processing, allowing publishers to increase output, become more creative and reach new markets. It’s a huge opportunity, says Rebekah Billingsley, though not without its potential drawbacks.

By Rebekah Billingsley  |  31/03/2020

How to make your editorial teams soar
SUPPLIER PROFILE - GLIDE

How to make your editorial teams soar

Journalists love to create content, so why do some publishers make it so hard for them to do so? Unfit-for-purpose CMS and publishing platforms stifle creativity and leave content creators demotivated and unproductive. It needn’t be this way…

By James Evelegh  |  31/03/2020

Business matters
FEATURE

Business matters

The business pages in many regional newspapers are a pale imitation of what they once were; poorly resourced and consequently not much read. Business impacts our daily lives much more than most of what now passes for news, and merits a comeback.

By Jon Griffin  |  31/03/2020

The Sunday Times’ (more) digital future
INTERVIEW

The Sunday Times’ (more) digital future

In January, Emma Tucker took over the editorship of The Sunday Times. In one of her first interviews since then, she tells Ray Snoddy about her plans for the future of the soon to be 200-year-old newspaper.

By Ray Snoddy  |  31/03/2020

A time for experts
COMMENT

A time for experts

If there’s one good thing that can be said about this crisis, it is that society has rediscovered its respect for deep rooted expertise.

By James Evelegh  |  31/03/2020

Newsquest launches free home delivery partnership with retailers
News

Newsquest launches free home delivery partnership with retailers

Newsquest is teaming up with local retailers to ensure older people in isolation are still able to receive their regular newspaper.

24/03/2020

The Seattle Times chooses Lineup
News

The Seattle Times chooses Lineup

Lineup Systems has announced that The Seattle Times has selected Adpoint as their new order management system across their print, digital and agency services product lines.

23/03/2020

SoE calls on government to ensure news provision and distribution
News

SoE calls on government to ensure news provision and distribution

The Society of Editors has written to the government urging it to ensure the population has access to vital news and information produced through the mainstream media during this crisis.

23/03/2020

Coronavirus: Daily Local Media Titles run Joint Front Page
News

Coronavirus: Daily Local Media Titles run Joint Front Page

A local media sector campaign urging the community to pull together in response to the coronavirus epidemic saw most daily local media titles publish the same front page on Friday.

20/03/2020

Every cloud has a silver lining
COMMENT

Every cloud has a silver lining

The world has turned upside down. No one can remember anything like the situation we now face. But, as ever, there is a positive side…

By James Evelegh  |  19/03/2020

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