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Journalism that matters
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Journalism that matters

The Regional Press Awards, held on 16 May at the Lancaster Hotel in London, celebrated the best of regional journalism. Jon Slattery applauds the many examples of strong serious journalism that made a real difference to the communities they serve.

By Jon Slattery  |  14/07/2014

Keith Harrison - interview
INTERVIEW

Keith Harrison - interview

A fact-finding trip across America left Keith Harrison, editor of Britain’s biggest regional daily newspaper, optimistic about a digital future. Steve Dyson reports.

By Steve Dyson  |  14/07/2014

How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Automation
VIEW FROM THE STATES

How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Automation

by Karlene Lukovitz

By Karlene Lukovitz  |  19/05/2014

How history shapes today’s press
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How history shapes today’s press

In physical form at least, the newspapers of the UK, France and America, resemble each other closely, but scratch below the surface, writes Peter Preston, and you will find hugely varying attitudes and outlooks, moulded by geography and history.

By Peter Preston  |  19/05/2014

Supplier Q&A - Andreas Schrader
SUPPLIER Q & A

Supplier Q&A - Andreas Schrader

Publishers have seen huge change over the last five years, especially in the digital space. Martin Maynard asks Andreas Schrader, CEO of vjoon, how his company has faced the challenge of digital and finds out what benefits they have been able to deli

By Martin Maynard  |  19/05/2014

SoE Regional Conference 2014
REVIEW

SoE Regional Conference 2014

Editors are busy shaping the skills needed for digitally-led newsrooms in the belief that online publishing will become profitable. Steve Dyson reports from the Society of Editors Regional Conference.

By Steve Dyson  |  19/05/2014

The changing face of Girl Talk Magazine
FEATURE

The changing face of Girl Talk Magazine

Magazines aimed at children have certain responsibilities; to entertain, to educate, to promote positive role models… and, of course, to make money. It’s a big ask! Girl Talk editor Bea Appleby looks at how her title has strived to meet its responsib

By Bea Appleby  |  19/05/2014

Crikey, content loves print
FEATURE

Crikey, content loves print

We all know about Porter magazine, Net a Porter’s move into paid-for print publishing, but now it’s been followed by another retailer doing the same. And it’s one you wouldn’t expect: Sports Direct, whose new title, Forever Sports, hit the streets la

By Dominic Mills  |  10/04/2014

Twitter – hot damn!
FEATURE

Twitter – hot damn!

Not being on Twitter, writes Jon Slattery, leaves print journalists as out of touch as the judge who asked: ‘Who are the Beatles?’

By Jon Slattery  |  19/03/2014

David Moynihan - interview
INTERVIEW

David Moynihan - interview

Digital Spy, like so many other successful digital brands, came from humble beginnings – an enthusiastic and talented sixteen year old publishing from his bedroom. The brand has since been acquired by corporate giant, Hearst, but as current editor Da

By Meg Carter  |  19/03/2014

The 12 Video Archetypes of Successful Publishers
FEATURE

The 12 Video Archetypes of Successful Publishers

If you need any indication of whether or not video should be in your future, writes Amanda MacArthur, consider that the world’s second largest search engine is YouTube.

By Amanda MacArthur  |  19/03/2014

When nearly right is totally wrong – and why the great subbing debate is a huge red herring
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When nearly right is totally wrong – and why the great subbing debate is a huge red herring

Spoiler alert: former editor Neil Fowler believes the days of traditional sub-editors have gone – and those calling for their salvation are ignoring the realities of life.

By Neil Fowler  |  19/03/2014

The Royal Charter: Press regulation without volunteers
FEATURE

The Royal Charter: Press regulation without volunteers

The New Year sees the UK join the likes of Ethiopia, Libya, Azerbaijan and Myanmar in receiving a press freedom mission from WAN-IFRA. Incredible! How has it come to this? Jon Slattery looks at the ongoing battle over press regulation.

By Jon Slattery  |  25/01/2014

Energise the newsroom
FEATURE

Energise the newsroom

If content really is king, then getting the best out of the people who produce it is critically important. Alan Geere has seen the inside of many newsrooms in a long career; here are his thirteen tips for lifting the performance of your team of journ

By Alan Geere  |  25/01/2014

Society of Editors Conference 2013
REVIEW

Society of Editors Conference 2013

The SoE held its annual conference on 11/12 November at the Tower Hotel in London. The conference theme was ‘Freedom to Inform’ and an impressive line-up of speakers debated the issues facing the press today. Ray Snoddy was there.

By Ray Snoddy  |  25/01/2014

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