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July / August 2011 Features List

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Newspapers section

Ray Snoddy laments the decline of 'media pages'.

Jim Chisholm: subject to be confirmed.

Peter Sands looks at the winners of the Regional Press Awards and at what they’re doing right.

Steve Dyson asks whether small dailies would be better off going weekly.

Magazines section

Meg Carter interviews Bauer Media's head of magazine sales, Abby Carvosso.

Darrel Crowley looks at innovation in print.

David Hepworth asks: where's the great leap forward?

Ian Phillips outlines the main postal choices facing publishers.

Jim Bilton summarises the findings into recent research on specialist media publishing.

Online section

Carolyn Morgan reviews the Specialist Media Show.

JV Chamary on what he has learnt from six months of tablet publishing.

Greg Hadfield: how I see the media landscape in my home city of Brighton and Hove in 2020.

Michael Upshall looks at ‘Open Source’ and asks whether it is the way forward for publishers.

Jack Wallington writes about trends and developments in online video.

Amanda Watlington assesses current trends in ‘Search’ and what they mean for publishers.

And finally ...

Another ‘View from the States’ from Karlene Lukovitz.

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