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May / June 2012 Features List

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Newspapers section

Ray Snoddy interviews the PCC’s Lord Hunt.

Jon Slattery summarises the key themes and talking points from module 2 of the Leveson Inquiry.

Allan Prosser lists five things that haven't changed, five things that have, and five things that need to within the industry.

John Meehan says: Forget PA, why Twitter should be every journalist's newswire.

Steve Dyson interviews Doug Melloy, the soon-to-retire editor of the Rotherham Advertiser.

Magazines section

Jim Bilton presents the main findings from the recent PPA research into Business Models in the Digital World.

Jennifer Menten: subject to be confirmed.

With the Sunday Times Magazine marking its 50th year, Peter Jackson looks at the future for colour supplements.

Off the page: David Hepworth on magazines and beyond.

Howard Scott: subject to be confirmed.

Meg Carter interviews Anna Jones, Acting Chief Operating Officer at Hearst Magazines UK.

Online section

Kerin O’Connor on how Dennis Publishing went about designing and launching an iPad edition of The Week.

Tim Cain looks at the main findings of the recent AOP Organisation Survey 2012.

Tim Faircliff: subject to be confirmed.

Jo Bowman assesses how publishers are using Facebook.

Julian Thorne looks at digital trends, as revealed in the recent Dovetail Subscriber Service Survey.

And finally ...

Another ‘View from the States’ from Karlene Lukovitz.

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