PPG: the things they said
REVIEW

PPG: the things they said

The Publishing Partners Guide, InPublishing’s annual supplier directory, also contains ten articles. Here is a snippet from each…

By James Evelegh  |  20/02/2020

New Brand for NewstrAid
News

New Brand for NewstrAid

NewstrAid is launching a new logo and branding which aims to keep the charity current and contemporary.

11/02/2020

New roles for Gallagher, Newton and Poole at News UK
News

New roles for Gallagher, Newton and Poole at News UK

News UK this week announced new roles for Tony Gallagher, Victoria Newton and Keith Poole at The Times and The Sun.

06/02/2020

My Jan/Feb takeaways
REVIEW

My Jan/Feb takeaways

The January / February issue of InPublishing magazine has just been published. Editor James Evelegh lists ten takeaways from the issue.

By James Evelegh  |  06/02/2020

SoE condemns No 10’s actions to bar journalists
News

SoE condemns No 10’s actions to bar journalists

The Society of Editors has condemned Downing Street’s decision to bar journalists from an ‘inner lobby’ briefing on Monday.

05/02/2020

HuffPost appoints Jess Brammar
News

HuffPost appoints Jess Brammar

HuffPost has announced the appointment of Jess Brammar as editor-in-chief of HuffPost UK to oversee the team of editors and staff writers in London and beyond.

05/02/2020

Daddy, what did you do in the great climate crisis?
COMMENT

Daddy, what did you do in the great climate crisis?

It’s time for everyone to take responsibility for tackling the climate crisis, publishers included, writes James Evelegh.

By James Evelegh  |  03/02/2020

Tracking the digital shift
MEDIA FUTURES

Tracking the digital shift

The shift from legacy platforms into digital is continuing at the same rapid pace. Yet dig beneath the topline figures and the reality is much more complex than the headlines suggest and is fragmenting rapidly.

By Jim Bilton  |  03/02/2020

What's been going on...
NEWS ROUNDUP

What's been going on...

James Evelegh’s roundup of some of the news stories that caught his eye over the last couple of months.

By James Evelegh  |  03/02/2020

Publishing on Instagram: Dos & Don’ts
FEATURE

Publishing on Instagram: Dos & Don’ts

Some publishers put almost as much effort into publishing on sites such as Instagram as they do their own platforms. But with changing user habits, not to mention algorithms, it’s no easy task. Lauren Smith has some advice…

By Lauren Smith  |  03/02/2020

Handle with Care
FEATURE

Handle with Care

Using social media for sourcing and researching stories has become an essential weapon in the journalist’s armoury. Peter Sands talks to national newspaper journalists about how they use social media … and the perils that they face.

By Peter Sands  |  03/02/2020

Catch them young
INTERVIEW

Catch them young

Attracting younger readers is a perennial challenge for newspapers, but concerns over fake news and the financial pressures facing young people are presenting new opportunities, which the Financial Times is capitalising on.

By Ciar Byrne  |  03/02/2020

First News readers put Brexit questions to PM
News

First News readers put Brexit questions to PM

Twenty First News readers attended a special children’s lobby with the Prime Minister at No10 Downing Street on Thursday.

03/02/2020

Newsquest launches new edition of The Packet
News

Newsquest launches new edition of The Packet

The Packet has launched a new edition covering Truro, Redruth, Camborne and west Cornwall.

03/02/2020

Running successful events: seven top tips
SUPPLIER PROFILE - EVESSIO

Running successful events: seven top tips

Everyone agrees that publishers should be staging events, but many are put off by the perceived hassle and admin overhead. But, your software should take the strain, allowing you to devote more time to delivering a must-attend event.

By James Evelegh  |  03/02/2020

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