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Hopes and fears in local land
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Hopes and fears in local land

Former regional editor Neil Fowler has long argued that only radical action can offer any hope of a future for the regional and local newspaper industry across the United Kingdom. David Montgomery’s Local World may be the first business to move in su

By Neil Fowler  |  18/03/2013

Why have the women’s weeklies become ladies of easy virtue?
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Why have the women’s weeklies become ladies of easy virtue?

The women’s weeklies market is suffering. Titles that once sold in their millions are now reduced to shadows of their former circulation glory. How has it come to this, asks Peter Jackson, and can anything be done to arrest the decline?

By Peter Jackson  |  18/03/2013

Circle of Trust
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Circle of Trust

Publishers are closing down or selling off marginal magazines as part of the continuing cost cutting drive. Are we risking throwing the baby out with the bathwater? Ross Sturley thinks we might be.

By Ross Sturley  |  18/03/2013

‘Transformation’ On The March (Or, The Urge to Purge)
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‘Transformation’ On The March (Or, The Urge to Purge)

Stunning as Time Warner’s spinoff of Time Inc is, it’s inadvisable to hold your breath waiting for print to disappear, writes Karlene Lukovitz.

By Karlene Lukovitz  |  18/03/2013

Jim Muttram - interview
INTERVIEW

Jim Muttram - interview

RBI’s data services division has grown exponentially in the past six years, and now accounts for almost half the company’s total revenues. Meg Carter talks to MD Jim Muttram about the past, present and future of data services.

By Meg Carter  |  18/03/2013

Off The Page – David Hepworth on magazines and beyond
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Off The Page – David Hepworth on magazines and beyond

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

By David Hepworth  |  18/03/2013

The Autosport Paywall Journey
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The Autosport Paywall Journey

Publishers have wrestled with the challenge of how to monetise their websites since the very inception of the world wide web. Most have experimented with ad funded models, paywalls or a mix of the two. Over the years, Autosport has tried almost every

By Rob Aherne  |  18/03/2013

Andrew Mullins - interview
INTERVIEW

Andrew Mullins - interview

The Independent and the Standard have had a tumultuous few years. Between them, and not necessarily in this order, they’ve faced new Russian owners, shared back office functions with DMGT, been sold for £1, switched to free, launched a compact sister

By Ray Snoddy  |  18/03/2013

Media Pioneer Awards 2013: Rock Sound
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Media Pioneer Awards 2013: Rock Sound

The latest addition to the 2013 Media Pioneers shortlist, writes Carolyn Morgan, is independent music publisher Rock Sound, who have used Google Hangouts to grow both their online followers and their print copy sales.

By Carolyn Morgan  |  15/03/2013

Any Questions – Peter Houston
Q&A

Any Questions – Peter Houston

This week, Peter Houston presented InPublishing’s first ever webinar, entitled ‘A new golden age of print? Lessons from the independent magazine scene.’ In the Q&A session that followed Peter’s presentation, we ran out of time before all the question

By Peter Houston  |  08/03/2013

The new normal?
REVIEW

The new normal?

Dovetail held its fifth annual client conference on 24 January at Royal Mint Court, near the Tower of London. James Evelegh went along to listen to an impressive line-up of speakers giving their thoughts on the future of publishing.

By James Evelegh  |  01/02/2013

Managing the Digital Transition
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Managing the Digital Transition

Few publishers have embraced the digital revolution as wholeheartedly as Future. One of the first to spot the potential of the iPad, the company has been at the forefront of tablet publishing and has worked hard to realign itself for the digital age.

By Mark Wood  |  16/01/2013

Estates Gazette – our digital strategy
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Estates Gazette – our digital strategy

Estates Gazette won the Outstanding Achievement of the Year award at the 2012 PPA Digital Publishing event in September. The secret of their success, writes Trevor Goodman, has been their clear focus on market needs and refusal to be distracted by ea

By Trevor Goodman  |  16/01/2013

Pushing all the right buttons
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Pushing all the right buttons

The publishing industry is going through a revolution. The old order – the world of printed matter – is giving way to the new. Some heads will roll and some already have. But, writes Lorraine Ruckstuhl, those companies that see the limitless possibil

By Lorraine Ruckstuhl  |  16/01/2013

What to do when readers’ desires don’t match your delivery technology
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What to do when readers’ desires don’t match your delivery technology

For publishers, truly, the only constant is change. Seismic upheaval has characterised the recent past and will characterise the foreseeable future. Ryan O’Meara embraces change, but says that publishers should be crystal clear about their criteria b

By Ryan O'Meara  |  16/01/2013

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