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What’s your WOTY? by James Evelegh

James Evelegh's editorial from today's edition of InPubWeekly.

Source: InPub Weekly # 371 14/12/2017

Quality controlled? by James Evelegh

James Evelegh's editorial from today's edition of InPubWeekly.

Source: InPub Weekly # 370 07/12/2017

The 3Ps of GDPR – Q&A by Hellen Beveridge

In our latest webinar, Circdata’s Hellen Beveridge covered the 3Ps of GDPR – Personal Data, Processing and Permission. In the Q&A that followed, there were more questions than time to answer them, so Hellen here answers some of the questions she didn’t get around to and gives fuller answers to some of those she did.

Source: InPub Weekly # 370 07/12/2017

Congratulations! You’re still here! by James Evelegh

James Evelegh's comment piece from the November / December 2017 issue of InPublishing magazine.

Source: InPublishing Magazine Nov/Dec 2017

A balancing act by Ray Snoddy

On top of the usual challenges every editor has to face, the Belfast Telegraph’s Gail Walker also has Northern Ireland’s troubled history and sectarian politics to deal with. As she tells Ray Snoddy, the job involves “a thousand little calibrations a day” to get the mix just right.

Source: InPublishing Magazine Nov/Dec 2017

Native – it’s all about Trust by James Evelegh

Two of the sessions at October’s FIPP World Congress were given over to native advertising. In one, Jesper Laursen of the Native Advertising Institute, revealed the findings of some recent research and in the other, Carla Faria, director of The Foundry (Time Inc UK’s native studio) gave delegates her four golden rules for native success. James Evelegh took notes.

Source: InPublishing Magazine Nov/Dec 2017

MasterClass by Matt Kelly

MasterClass is based on a beautifully simple premise. If you want to improve, then you must learn from the best. But you’ve got to pay for it. Matt Kelly, for one, is happy to fork out £70 to learn the art of dramatic writing from David Mamet.

Source: InPublishing Magazine Nov/Dec 2017

Hello! – Friend to the Stars by Ciar Byrne

One year off its thirtieth birthday, the UK edition of Hello! is holding up well at the newsstand and developing its digital offering too. As Rosie Nixon and Kevin Petley explain to Ciar Byrne, the secret of their success is remaining true to their brand values.

Source: InPublishing Magazine Nov/Dec 2017

Adapt and invest to prosper by Steve Dyson

Earlier this year, Trinity Mirror asked former executive Mark Hollinshead to review how it should tackle increasingly tough advertising markets. Steve Dyson reports on his findings.

Source: InPublishing Magazine Nov/Dec 2017

The reader must pay! by James Evelegh

At the recent AOP Convention, Juan Señor and Nic Newman presented a compelling case for news providers switching from an ad-funded model to a reader-funded one. James Evelegh listened in and, here, paraphrases what he heard.

Source: InPublishing Magazine Nov/Dec 2017

Off The Page by David Hepworth

David Hepworth on magazines and beyond

Source: InPublishing Magazine Nov/Dec 2017

Media Quotes of the Year by Jon Slattery

It was the year the US president kept up his assault on the press as ‘fake news’ and in the UK, some in the media were accused of being unpatriotic and wanting Brexit to fail. There was also some self-criticism. How did journalists fail to predict Theresa May’s disastrous general election result and missed the surge in support for Jeremy Corbyn? Why did the media not report the concerns of the Grenfell Tower residents before the fire? Jon Slattery picks his best media quotes of 2017.

Source: InPublishing Magazine Nov/Dec 2017

How to treble your editorial output by James Evelegh

There is constant pressure on publishers to increase their output, both quantity and quality. As Phil Walker, MD of publishing software specialists PCS, tells James Evelegh, “in an always-on world, you’ve got to be always on”, yet most editorial teams are hamstrung by legacy editorial systems that were designed for a pre-digital world. With the right tools, says Phil, you can publish a lot more!

Source: InPublishing Magazine Nov/Dec 2017

Less is more by Meg Carter

In April, a management buyout at Incisive Media ushered in a new era for the 23-year-old B2B company. CEO Jonathon Whiteley tells Meg Carter that focusing on fewer sectors, but in greater depth, is the future of B2B media.

Source: InPublishing Magazine Nov/Dec 2017

Rise of agenda-driven journalism by Liz Gerard

The press likes to draw a distinction between its quality-controlled output and the unregulated rubbish on social media. Yet, writes Liz Gerard, sloppy reporting, an unwillingness to provide context and an increasing tendency towards agenda-driven journalism is blurring the lines.

Source: InPublishing Magazine Nov/Dec 2017

Home magazines by Alan Geere

Whether we live in a castle or a studio flat, we all need a bit of inspiration to make the best of the place we call home. Alan Geere goes looking for design tips.

Source: InPublishing Magazine Nov/Dec 2017

My predictions for 2018 by Jim Foster

Jim Foster’s publishing world…

Source: InPublishing Magazine Nov/Dec 2017

2017: The Future is Now by Peter Preston

If any publisher still harboured any doubts as to the nature and scale of the challenges they faced, this year would have helped dispel them. In what has been a challenging twelve months, writes Peter Preston, there was one small fillip: the demand for “proper” news is stronger than ever.

Source: InPublishing Magazine Nov/Dec 2017

What’s been going on… by James Evelegh

James Evelegh’s roundup of some of the news stories that caught his eye during September and October.

Source: InPub Weekly # 368 23/11/2017

Mapping the Industry’s Revenues by Jim Bilton

The output from this year’s Publishing Futures project is not so much a report, but more of a diagnostic tool. It provides the structure for publishers to “run the ruler” over their operations to get a better sense of how their business is functioning overall, writes Jim Bilton.

Source: InPublishing Magazine Nov/Dec 2017

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