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November / December 2013 Features List

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Robert Andrews assesses how RSS traffic has changed following the demise of Google Reader.

John Barnes outlines the AOP award winning publishing strategy at Incisive Media.

Jo Bowman talks to publishers about their e-commerce strategies.

Ciar Byrne looks at the impact of the new Sun+ package.

Tim Cain presents the main findings and themes from the AOP Content & Trends Census 2013.

Meg Carter interviews BMJ Group CEO, Tim Brooks.

Steve Dyson asks: Can newspapers still provide a worthwhile career for would-be journalists?

James Evelegh reviews the main talking points from the SIIA Digital Content & Media Summit.

Off the page: David Hepworth on magazines and beyond.

Peter Houston looks at how publishers are managing their human capital.

How has the role of the circulation director changed over the past ten years, asks Neil Jagger.

Diane Kenwood appreciates the value of print.

Anthony Longden charts the peculiar decline of the sub editor.

Another ‘View from the States’ from Karlene Lukovitz.

Amanda MacArthur: blogging strategies for publishers.

An App I Like, by Susi O’Neill.

Is there a specific audience for a generalised UK online website, asks Peter Preston.

Ray Snoddy: interviewee to be confirmed.

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