Suppliers Spotlight
SUBS SPECIAL

Suppliers Spotlight

The fourth part of our subs special, looking at the specialist suppliers of subs services who have contributed to this feature.

By James Evelegh  |  20/10/2020

Renewing & maximising lifetime value
SUBS SPECIAL

Renewing & maximising lifetime value

The third part of our subs special, looking at renewing and maximising lifetime value.

By James Evelegh  |  20/10/2020

Onboarding & delivering subscriber satisfaction
SUBS SPECIAL

Onboarding & delivering subscriber satisfaction

The second part of our subs special, looking at onboarding and delivering subscriber satisfaction.

By James Evelegh  |  20/10/2020

Still rebooting
MEDIA FUTURES

Still rebooting

We are still in the middle of the reboot which is reshaping the whole media business. And the nation is also still grappling with a number of wobbly health and economic variables, all of which will impact on how we do business.

By Jim Bilton  |  20/10/2020

Calling stumps on cricket coverage?
FEATURE

Calling stumps on cricket coverage?

The regional press used to be awash with fine cricket writers covering the county game. No longer. Cricket coverage has been cut to the bone in recent years, which is a shame and a mistake, writes cricket lover Jon Griffin.

By Jon Griffin  |  20/10/2020

The regional press in 2022
FEATURE

The regional press in 2022

This once-in-a-lifetime pandemic has put incredible pressure on the publishing sector. What will the regional press look like when it’s all over? With the help of some leading industry figures, Peter Sands indulges in some crystal ball gazing.

By Peter Sands  |  20/10/2020

Be careful what you wish for
FEATURE

Be careful what you wish for

Pressure is mounting on regulators to impose greater controls on media – and social platforms. But a rushed or over-simplistic response could pose an even greater risk, writes Meg Carter.

By Meg Carter  |  20/10/2020

Local press: don’t sound the death knell yet
FEATURE

Local press: don’t sound the death knell yet

Are reports of the death of the local press greatly exaggerated? Yes, if Archant’s Matt Kelly has his way, writes Meg Carter.

By Meg Carter  |  20/10/2020

Virtual events – a best practice guide for publishers
FEATURE

Virtual events – a best practice guide for publishers

Publishers and event organisers have made rapid pivots to virtual in the last few months, as in-person events and conferences became untenable. And, writes Carolyn Morgan, it looks like we are not out of the woods yet.

By Carolyn Morgan  |  20/10/2020

How to impress your clients – instantly
FEATURE

How to impress your clients – instantly

Good design is the ultimate brand differentiator. But in a post-Covid world, its tangible value, immediacy, and certainty are important like never before. Creative director Andy Cowles explains how you can use it to sell more and lose less.

By Andy Cowles  |  20/10/2020

Getting to know you
COMMENT

Getting to know you

The pandemic has given a big boost to subscriptions, but, even if you don’t charge for your content, it still pays to find out more about who is visiting your site.

By James Evelegh  |  20/10/2020

Oxford independent newspaper wins Student Publication Award
News

Oxford independent newspaper wins Student Publication Award

An independent Oxford University newspaper has been awarded the Society of Editors-sponsored award for Best Newcomer at the Student Publication Association’s Awards.

15/10/2020

Readly expands portfolio of UK newspapers
News

Readly expands portfolio of UK newspapers

Readly has expanded its portfolio of national newspapers with the addition of four UK newspapers to its platform from Reach plc.

15/10/2020

Is your media pack fit for purpose?
FEATURE

Is your media pack fit for purpose?

Is your media pack a help or a hindrance? It’s a key document that is, too often, poorly presented and out of date. Spread the Word Media’s Martin Maynard tells us what you can do to make sure yours shows your brand in the best possible light.

By Martin Maynard  |  15/10/2020

Investigation into Darren Grimes raises concerns over free speech
News

Investigation into Darren Grimes raises concerns over free speech

Scotland Yard’s investigation into Brexit blogger Darren Grimes following his controversial interview with historian David Starkey raises concerns over free speech the Society of Editors has warned.

14/10/2020

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