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Ray Snoddy: subject to be confirmed.
Fiona Maddison assesses the changing distribution model for free newspapers.
John Meehan looks at the challenges of sustaining community journalism across the regions.
Howard Scott on turning Patrick Lencioni’s “Five Dysfunctions Of A Team” into Five Functions.
Jim Chisholm: subject to be confirmed.
Andy Maslen writes on copywriting.
Mike Mirams looks at the current and future state of the magazine category.
Cathy Runciman presents Time Out’s licensing strategy.
Amy Bell: how to carry out a training needs analysis for your business.
Meg Carter interviews Informa chief executive Peter Rigby.
David Hepworth: subject to be confirmed.
Tim Cain analyses the main findings of the recently published AOP Content & Trends Census 2011.
Ross Sturley writes about paywalls … but from a different angle.
Jack Wallington on mobile developments and strategies.
Stephen Farish: How to develop a winning content strategy (first of 3 part series).
Sophia Dempsey with tips on developing and managing profitable revenue streams for print products.
Paul Lomax looks at the increasing use of QR codes.
And finally ...
Another ‘View from the States’ from Karlene Lukovitz.