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July / August 2012 Features List

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Newspapers section

Ray Snoddy reports from the recent MediaTel panel on the future of newspapers.

Sir Christopher Meyer and the ‘feral beasts’: a walk through the media jungle.

Jon Slattery summarises the key themes and talking points from module 3 of the Leveson Inquiry.

Ciaran O’Neill looks at what the future holds for the regional press.

Magazines section

Meg Carter interviews Josh Tyrangiel, editor of Bloomberg Businessweek.

Off the page: David Hepworth on magazines and beyond.

Peter Jackson looks at trends in front cover design.

Peter Houston outlines the challenges of running a full-blown multi-platform magazine brand.

Piers Russell-Cobb advises on what to do when a magazine business is losing money.

Ross Sturley looks into the future of B2B.

Online section

Jim Bilton summarises the main findings of recent research into specialist media.

Andrew Majewski describes how titles are leveraging LinkedIn to build audience.

Peter Sands casts a critical eye over the iPad offerings of the national press.

Amanda Watlington writes about the current trends in search.

Dan Goodall and Robert Cullen on the fundamental importance of getting your digital back office right.

Carolyn Morgan reviews the key themes and talking points from the 2012 Specialist Media Show.

And finally ...

Another ‘View from the States’ from Karlene Lukovitz.

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