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Inconvenient truths by James Evelegh

James Evelegh's editorial from today’s edition of InPubWeekly.

Posted on: 14 February 2019

Decorative covers: 5 minutes with… Steve Middleton by Steve Middleton

In an increasingly frenetic media world, how do magazines stand out from the crowd and win reader loyalty? One way is to make the front cover extra special. We grab five minutes with Steve Middleton, sales director at Celloglas, to find out what interesting things publishers are doing with their covers.

Posted on: 13 February 2019

Be different, be good by James Evelegh

James Evelegh’s editorial from the January / February 2019 issue of InPublishing magazine.

Posted on: 07 February 2019

In for the long haul by Ray Snoddy

Regional publishing is under huge pressure and companies like Newsquest can’t avoid having to make tough decisions. But, as Henry Faure Walker explains to Ray Snoddy, they are committed to finding a long-term sustainable model for local journalism.

Posted on: 07 February 2019

Model magazines by Alan Geere

In a galaxy far, far away there is a model world that leaves behind the cares of the real world. And there are magazines too. Alan Geere gets down amongst the little people.

Posted on: 07 February 2019

The Gospel according to Mark by Meg Carter

Headquartered in a converted church in south London, the Mark Allen Group has grown exponentially over the last few years and is planning further growth. Mark Allen talks to Meg Carter about his publishing and business philosophy.

Posted on: 07 February 2019

Most influential mag ever by Dickon Ross

The first of a new regular column from Dickon Ross.

Posted on: 07 February 2019

Finding the opportunity in disruption by Jim Bilton

“Finding the opportunity in disruption” is the subtitle of the latest report from Distripress, the international press distribution association. The annual Distripress Circulation Monitor is managed by Wessenden Marketing and a key element of it is a survey where Distripress members are polled for their views across a wide range of topics: this year, 108 companies operating in over 40 countries took part. Jim Bilton summarises the key findings.

Posted on: 07 February 2019

The rise of the hyperlocals by Peter Sands

In the last ten years, writes Peter Sands, 300 regional newspapers have closed, meaning that important local issues are no longer being covered. The good news is that a new breed of publisher – the hyperlocal – is emerging to take their place.

Posted on: 07 February 2019

Renewed client-focus underpins Newsprinters’ reset strategy by James Evelegh

Whilst newspaper sales trends might be heading in the wrong direction, print can have a long and healthy future. The trick, as Newsprinters MD Darren Barker tells James Evelegh, is to increase publisher collaboration across the supply chain, maintain a quality service and significantly reduce the cost base.

Posted on: 07 February 2019

Democracy under threat? Journalists need help in handling internet trolls by Claire Wolfe

The nature of journalism puts reporters in the firing line of internet trolls. Claire Wolfe argues that without being properly trained in how to deal with attacks, journalists could self-censor their comments online and dilute their role as guardians of freedom of speech and the exchange of ideas.

Posted on: 07 February 2019

Can technology solve publishing’s problems? Or will it make them worse? by Carolyn Morgan

Web Summit in Lisbon is the biggest tech conference on the planet, with numerous tech CEOs as speakers, over a thousand start-ups, and 70,000 attendees, one of whom was Carolyn Morgan. She went along to hear about the latest tech trends and to try and figure out what they might mean for publishers.

Posted on: 07 February 2019

Social media: dos and don’ts by Paul Rayner

It’s not unusual to come across brands that have tighter regulations around their expenses policy than their tone of voice on social platforms. When it comes to using social media to market your publishing brands, there is such a thing as best practice, writes Paul Rayner.

Posted on: 07 February 2019

Off The Page by David Hepworth

David Hepworth on magazines and beyond

Posted on: 07 February 2019

Podcasting comes of age by Ciar Byrne

The line between publishing and broadcasting has been blurring for some time now and the recent upsurge in podcasting has accelerated the trend. Publishers are taking their place on the main podcast platforms alongside traditional broadcasters. Christian Bennett talks to Ciar Byrne about The Guardian’s latest series, Today in Focus.

Posted on: 07 February 2019

What’s been going on… by James Evelegh

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

Posted on: 07 February 2019

The real media action plan by Jim Bilton

Where will publishers be focusing their energies in 2019? Jim Bilton looks to the Media Futures research for answers.

Posted on: 07 February 2019

Opportunities & Threats: National News Media by Ray Snoddy

Ray Snoddy's article in the Publishing Partners Guide 2019

Posted on: 07 February 2019

Getting Value From Your Digital Edition by Paul DeHart

Paul DeHart's article in the Publishing Partners Guide 2019

Posted on: 07 February 2019

What is different about reading a magazine in print as opposed to in a digital format? by Ranj Begley

Ranj Begley's article in the Publishing Partners Guide 2019

Posted on: 07 February 2019

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