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How digital is changing specialist media
RESEARCH

How digital is changing specialist media

Thanks to digital media, specialist publishers are gradually morphing into all round providers of services for targeted communities. The Specialist Media Insights research has been tracking this transition since 2010, with the support of InPublishing

By Carolyn Morgan  |  07/07/2013

Can the OFT see sense this time?
FEATURE

Can the OFT see sense this time?

Consolidation will not save the regional and local newspaper industry in the UK – but, writes Neil Fowler, it is one of a basket of measures that, if operating in tandem, could give the sector a boost.

By Neil Fowler  |  31/05/2013

A Golden Age of Print
FEATURE

A Golden Age of Print

The independent magazine scene is thriving. It is a corner of the magazine market where passion pays. Peter Houston looks at what lessons we can learn from the vibrant Indie scene.

By Peter Houston  |  19/05/2013

Sun Sunday – one year on
FEATURE

Sun Sunday – one year on

The Sun Sunday launched in February 2012, plugging a gap left by the closure of the News of the World. A year and a bit on, Jon Slattery looks at its impact on the Sunday tabloid market.

By Jon Slattery  |  19/05/2013

What’s the Future for Magazines?
RESEARCH

What’s the Future for Magazines?

The magazine publishing sector is beset with change but, as this year’s PPA Publishing Futures survey reveals, the most notable shift is in the mood of publishers. Here, the report’s author, Jim Bilton of Wessenden Marketing, reflects on the findings

By Jim Bilton  |  19/05/2013

Specialist Media Conference 2013
REVIEW

Specialist Media Conference 2013

The Specialist Media Conference was held in April at the British Library; a fascinating day of panel discussions, presentations and round tables, attended by some of the leading lights of the specialist media world. James Evelegh was there too.

By James Evelegh  |  19/05/2013

Newspapers – an emerging road map
FEATURE

Newspapers – an emerging road map

It has become fashionable to write off print as being in terminal decline, but, writes Peter Preston, the reality is infinitely more complex. There are signs, particularly in the US, that traditional newspapers are beginning to settle on a workable m

By Peter Preston  |  19/05/2013

Comic Relief
FEATURE

Comic Relief

Digital editions are now an established part of any publisher's multi-channel strategy. But beyond the iPad and Newsstand, where can publishers look for inspiration? Future Publishing's Mike Goldsmith looks to another newsstand on the App Store.

By Mike Goldsmith  |  19/05/2013

AOP Organisation Census 2013
RESEARCH

AOP Organisation Census 2013

2013 sees an expectation of growth in digital revenues in line with the trend of the last two to three years, amongst the UK’s leading digital publishers, according to the results of the latest AOP Organisation Census. Tim Cain looks at the main find

By Tim Cain  |  19/05/2013

Stephen Quinn - interview
INTERVIEW

Stephen Quinn - interview

Vogue is one of publishing’s super brands and its print magazine is still flying high, accounting for 90% of the brand’s ad revenues. Meg Carter talks to publishing director Stephen Quinn about its enduring success and why he sees editorial integrity

By Meg Carter  |  19/05/2013

The choices we all face
FEATURE

The choices we all face

All publishers, large and small, face a bewildering array of choices, and plotting a coherent path forward is not easy. Sophia Dempsey, publishing director of Motor Sport magazine, says that the answer is to go back to basics.

By Sophia Dempsey  |  19/05/2013

Shift 2013
REVIEW

Shift 2013

In April, Newsworks held its first ever conference, entitled Shift 2013. The purpose of the event was to highlight how newspapers are effective and influential platforms in the multiplatform age. Ray Snoddy was in the audience.

By Ray Snoddy  |  19/05/2013

Publishing Plus
REVIEW

Publishing Plus

The PPA held its annual conference on Wednesday, and Martin Maynard went along to listen to the presentations and discussions.

By Martin Maynard  |  10/05/2013

Publishers Must Be Practical About Going Mobile
FEATURE

Publishers Must Be Practical About Going Mobile

The publishing industry’s readership isn’t just moving online, it’s moving to mobile, and if consumers can more easily access content from a rival publication that displays more effectively on a handheld device, they will, writes Fiona Salmon.

By Fiona Salmon  |  26/04/2013

Preview of Specialist Media Conference
PREVIEW

Preview of Specialist Media Conference

Carolyn Morgan previews the presentations at next Wednesday’s conference at the British Library.

By Carolyn Morgan  |  19/04/2013

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