And then there were none?
FEATURE

And then there were none?

First the Independent, next The Times – which broadsheet will be next? And in twelve months’ time, will there be any left? Peter Preston, former editor of The Guardian presents a broader perspective on the tabloid - sorry, "compact" - frenzy.

By Peter Preston  |  01/01/2004

Ooh aah - Daily Star!
FEATURE

Ooh aah - Daily Star!

Porn of varying grades flourishes in Germany and Scandinavia but it is generally confined to top shelf magazines, not the newsstand. The Sun, the Daily Sport and the Daily Star, in satisfying people's more earthy tastes, have been a speciality of the

By Brian Collett  |  01/11/2003

Northampton talking
FEATURE

Northampton talking

The regional newspaper sector is buzzing! Almost half of all regional press titles in ABC membership increased sales in the Jan-June 2003 period. Here, Brian Collett talks to Steve Miles, circulation director of Northamptonshire Newspapers, to get th

By Brian Collett  |  01/11/2003

Centralised vs Local - regional press online
FEATURE

Centralised vs Local - regional press online

Centralised web development is the order of the day at most regional newspaper groups, but as Andrea Kirkby reports, some regional papers are given the freedom to produce very localised and imaginative content.

By Andrea Kirkby  |  01/11/2003

Ten routes to successful online subscriptions
FEATURE

Ten routes to successful online subscriptions

"Online subscription models can deliver today", says Dominic Jacquesson, chief operating officer of newsletter publisher Electric Word plc. Here, he imparts ten of the lessons they have learnt during the course of setting up a successful online subsc

By Dominic Jacquesson  |  01/11/2003

From just one Gulf War to another - A recent history of newspaper circulation
FEATURE

From just one Gulf War to another - A recent history of newspaper circulation

The two gulf wars provide convenient bookends for this recent history of national newspaper circulation. Here, David Owen casts an expert eye over the circulation trends between the two wars.

By David Owen  |  01/11/2003

9441 articles - Page 630/630