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An App I Like - Played in Britain
AN APP I LIKE

An App I Like - Played in Britain

Susi O’Neill, Head of Digital and Content at The River Group, indulges her passion for theatre with the V&A’s Played in Britain app.

By Susi O'Neill  |  30/11/2013

Andrew Miller - interview
INTERVIEW

Andrew Miller - interview

The Guardian, with its global online following, has been at the forefront of Fleet Street’s digital charge for some time now. Ray Snoddy talks to Andrew Miller about The Guardian’s digital strategy and his plans to improve the financial health of the

By Ray Snoddy  |  30/11/2013

Why we launched Science Uncovered
FEATURE

Why we launched Science Uncovered

This week, Future launched Science Uncovered, a monthly print and digital magazine celebrating popular science. Future’s Ian Robson explains why he thinks the timing is right for this new title.

By Ian Robson  |  22/11/2013

Less is More
REVIEW

Less is More

Flying the flag for print and paper can be a lonely job in this increasingly digital world, but Peter Sommerville of Denmaur Independent Papers made a pretty good stab at it, at a seminar during the recent Cross Media event. James Evelegh was in the

By James Evelegh  |  08/11/2013

Why Future decided to get into horse racing
FEATURE

Why Future decided to get into horse racing

Editor of Champions Of The Turf, Mark Robinson talks about Future’s partnership with British Champions Series Ltd and Great British Racing to produce a one-off magazine.

By Mark Robinson  |  11/10/2013

AOP Autumn Conference – My Top Ten Takeaways
REVIEW

AOP Autumn Conference – My Top Ten Takeaways

On the 3rd October, the great and the good of the digital world gathered for the AOP Autumn Conference at Etc Venues, St Paul’s in London. James Evelegh went along too.

By James Evelegh  |  11/10/2013

Publishing insights from across the pond
REVIEW

Publishing insights from across the pond

Looking outside your own market is always a smart way to get new ideas, as the chances are another publisher has already grappled with the same problem as you. Carolyn Morgan attended SIPA’s recent conference in Washington DC and flew back with lots

By Carolyn Morgan  |  22/09/2013

The changing demand for news
FEATURE

The changing demand for news

Anyone working in newspapers knows what the three key issues facing the industry are: survival, survival and survival. But, writes Charlie Beckett, as we look around at what’s left after the first digital tsunami of change, this is a good moment to a

By Charlie Beckett  |  22/09/2013

Imagine Publishing - Meg Carter interviews MD
INTERVIEW

Imagine Publishing - Meg Carter interviews MD

Imagine Publishing launched eight years ago, with six magazine titles. Now, the company publishes twenty magazines, 275 bookazines alongside numerous website and apps, and it is highly profitable. Meg Carter talks to Group Managing Director Damian Bu

By Meg Carter  |  22/09/2013

A Magazine Zeitgeist Trivia Quiz
VIEW FROM THE STATES

A Magazine Zeitgeist Trivia Quiz

Burned-out on "Words With Friends"? Finding "Five Minutes to Kill Yourself" too slow-paced? Well, why not try Karlene Lukovitz’ trivia quiz.

By Karlene Lukovitz  |  20/09/2013

RBI – then and now
REVIEW

RBI – then and now

The PPA held its annual Digital Publishing Conference and Awards at The Brewery in London on Wednesday. One of the highlights of the days was Barry McIlheney’s interview with RBI Chief Operating Officer, Dominic Feltham. James Evelegh listened in.

By James Evelegh  |  20/09/2013

Julie Harris - interview
INTERVIEW

Julie Harris - interview

WGSN Group CEO Julie Harris tells Carolyn Morgan about their recent successful move into the data arena, and why maths and magic is such a potent mix.

By Carolyn Morgan  |  20/09/2013

Off The Page – David Hepworth on magazines and beyond
COLUMN

Off The Page – David Hepworth on magazines and beyond

David Hepworth's regular column, in the September / October 2013 issue of InPublishing magazine.

By David Hepworth  |  17/09/2013

New mindset needed
FEATURE

New mindset needed

Successful digital media is not about software or hardware, writes Colin Morrison, but about shifting from being a producer of products to a provider of services.

By Colin Morrison  |  17/09/2013

An App I Like – Lakeland
AN APP I LIKE

An App I Like – Lakeland

In the second of our new series by leading figures in the world of digital publishing, Rebekah Billingsley tells us why she particularly likes Lakeland Magazine.

By Rebekah Billingsley  |  17/09/2013

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