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John Barnes outlines the AOP award winning publishing strategy of Incisive Media.
Charlie Beckett reviews the key issues facing newspapers and magazines.
An App I Like, by Rebekah Billingsley.
Jim Bilton analyses the main findings from the recent PPA research: Subscriptions Models Across A Digital World.
Jo Bowman talks to publishers about their digital workfow challenges.
Meg Carter interviews Imagine Publishing MD, Damian Butt.
Steve Dyson gathers the views of serving editors about their priorities in the digital world.
iSUBSCRiBE / InPublishing Round Table: the role of the subs bureaux and the challenges they face: written up by James Evelegh.
Emma Goodman presents the key findings of WAN-IFRA’s recent report: How best to manage online comments.
Off the page: David Hepworth on magazines and beyond.
Jamie Higginson reviews the Jan-June ABCs.
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.
Another ‘View from the States’ from Karlene Lukovitz.
Carolyn Morgan reports from the recent SIPA Washington conference.
Publishers must not become fixated on any one device or piece of software, warns Colin Morrison.
Patrick Napier on how Rock Sound has built a successful social media strategy.
Jon Slattery: How the press got back its mojo.
Ray Snoddy interviews News UK CEO, Mike Darcey.
Supplier Q&A: In a time of ‘big data’, what data is critical to publishing success?
Duncan Tickell on the changing nature of advertising.