Webuser.co.uk unveils new look
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Webuser.co.uk unveils new look

www.webuser.co.uk, the website from the internet magazine, has undergone a major redesign following months of research and development.

08/09/2009

New partnership provides digital edition solution
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New partnership provides digital edition solution

CDS Global has announced a strategic partnership with Digital Initiatives to provide a complete digital edition solution for its clients.

08/09/2009

FT launches online lexicon
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FT launches online lexicon

The Financial Times has announced the launch of the Financial Times Lexicon, a dedicated glossary of financial terms available on FT.com at www.ft.com/lexicon.

07/09/2009

New initiative to promote print
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New initiative to promote print

Two Sides has launched a multifaceted awareness campaign across the UK to promote the sustainability of print and paper as 'Renewable, Recyclable and Powerful'.

07/09/2009

Irish Times in NY
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Irish Times in NY

The Irish Times has become the latest leading daily newspaper to be printed digitally in New York.

07/09/2009

KM Group poaches Northcliffe rival
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KM Group poaches Northcliffe rival

The Kent Messenger has recruited its new editorial director from one of its rivals.

07/09/2009

TES Connect named runner-up in the Webby Awards
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TES Connect named runner-up in the Webby Awards

TES Connect, the Abacus e-Media-built community and recruitment portal for UK teachers, continues to garner critical acclaim - and now the recognition has gone global.

06/09/2009

NME Radio & Codemasters to host launch party
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NME Radio & Codemasters to host launch party

NME Radio today announces a deal with computer software company Codemasters to celebrate the launch of Colin McRae: DiRT 2 with a special showcase gig.

06/09/2009

Brewin Dolphin selects FT Corporate Licence
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Brewin Dolphin selects FT Corporate Licence

Brewin Dolphin, one of the UK’s largest independent private client investment managers, has strengthened its decision-making capabilities and reduced costs with a Corporate Licence to the Financial Times’ global intelligence, analysis and research.

03/09/2009

Hull Daily Mail’s interactive success
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Hull Daily Mail’s interactive success

Thousands of Hull City fans enjoyed the drama of football’s transfer deadline day, posting a comment on average every 5 seconds in a day-long interactive discussion with Hull Daily Mail journalists.

02/09/2009

Preparing for the upturn
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Preparing for the upturn

The economic slowdown presents publishers with a perfect opportunity to take stock, especially on the digital front. Now is the time, says Steve Macvicar, to conduct that long-overdue digital healthcheck.

By Steve Macvicar  |  01/09/2009

View from the hot seat
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View from the hot seat

There are few more exposed places to be in newspaper publishing than in the editor’s chair. For a start, in an age of declining sales, how do you measure a job well done? Alan Geere talks to four leading editors about how they see their role.

By Alan Geere  |  01/09/2009

The first cut is the deepest - or is it?
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The first cut is the deepest - or is it?

Making economies in publishing houses is a path almost as well-worn as the Appian Way. Downsize, merge back office, squeeze suppliers, cut training budgets, axe travel, fold sections, transfer local sub-editors into regional “centres of excellence” (

By Allan Prosser  |  01/09/2009

K9 Magazine: A Lesson in Doing Magazines Backwards
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K9 Magazine: A Lesson in Doing Magazines Backwards

For some former print titles, the switch to digital edition is a step into the unknown, is not always done for the right reasons, and is done with little imagination. For K9 Magazine, a print title from an overwhelmingly digital stable, it was like c

By Ryan O'Meara  |  01/09/2009

Twittering mad
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Twittering mad

The online social media service, Twitter, has fascinated media executives worldwide. But what is actually being achieved through the thing, and how could it actually make us some money? Ross Sturley investigates.

By Ross Sturley  |  01/09/2009

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