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The cliff edge looms – but who is controlling the steering wheel?
FEATURE

The cliff edge looms – but who is controlling the steering wheel?

Last year, Neil Fowler argued for radical action if regional and local newspapers across the United Kingdom were to have a future. Some re-arranging of the deck-chairs has taken place, but not everything is inspiring confidence. Neil takes a look at

By Neil Fowler  |  12/11/2012

Print’s digital dimension
FEATURE

Print’s digital dimension

Could digital be the saviour of print? The last twelve months have seen increasing numbers of publishers starting to use augmented reality technology to add an extra dimension to their print offering, and readers have responded positively. Jo Bowman

By Jo Bowman  |  12/11/2012

Tom Toumazis - interview
INTERVIEW

Tom Toumazis - interview

The reign of Tom Toumazis at the top of Mecom, the European newspaper group may, at just over a year, be one of the shortest on record at a major publisher. But, as he tells Ray Snoddy, he remains optimistic about the future of newspapers.

By Ray Snoddy  |  12/11/2012

Why you can't ignore mobile - and how it changes all the rules
FEATURE

Why you can't ignore mobile - and how it changes all the rules

As yet, mobile is still a small part of magazine circulation. It is tempting for some publishers to claim that their audience don't buy iPads, or their advertisers won't pay, or it's still all too complicated and they're going to wait until the lands

By Carolyn Morgan  |  12/11/2012

What future the quality press?
FEATURE

What future the quality press?

Gulp… At time of writing, there are four ‘quality’ print newspapers based in London. By the time you read this, who knows? Because, as Peter Preston writes, the qualities are in a precarious position.

By Peter Preston  |  12/11/2012

Retailers are becoming publishers, and vice versa
FEATURE

Retailers are becoming publishers, and vice versa

A number of surveys conducted earlier in the year highlighted the continuing blurring of boundaries between publishers and retailers. Both are starting to behave like the other! Henry Hyder-Smith looks at these survey results to see what each sector

By Henry Hyder-Smith  |  12/11/2012

AOP Content and Trends Census 2012
RESEARCH

AOP Content and Trends Census 2012

The AOP has recently published its Content and Trends Census 2012. As always, the Census provides a great deal of valuable insight into digital publishing trends. Tim Cain, head of research and insight at the AOP, summarises the main findings.

By Tim Cain  |  12/11/2012

Big Data presents new challenges for online publishers
FEATURE

Big Data presents new challenges for online publishers

As publishers, we either sit on, or have access to, vast data sets, which, if manipulated efficiently and imaginatively, present considerable commercial opportunity. Yet, the size and complexity of the data pool and the shortcomings of existing platf

By John Baker  |  12/11/2012

AOP Digital Publishing Summit
REVIEW

AOP Digital Publishing Summit

On 12 October, the AOP held their 2012 digital publishing summit at the Westminster Bridge Park Plaza hotel in London. The theme of the day was ‘unleashing your inner startup’. James Evelegh went along to find out more.

By James Evelegh  |  12/11/2012

Who wants to be a billionaire?
INTERVIEW

Who wants to be a billionaire?

A busy year at Bloomberg Markets magazine is about to climax with the release of their first ‘Billionaires’ issue. James Evelegh met with publisher Michael Dukmejian and Director EMEA, Laurie Benson to find out more.

By James Evelegh  |  05/10/2012

The Duncan Painter way
REVIEW

The Duncan Painter way

Duncan Painter, CEO at the Top Right Group, was interviewed by the PPA’s Barry McIlheney at the Digital Publishing Conference on Wednesday and gave some interesting insights into his business philosophy, writes James Evelegh.

By James Evelegh  |  28/09/2012

Mark Hayes - interview
INTERVIEW

Mark Hayes - interview

In these recessionary times, starting a new business takes nerve, focus and passion. And personal savings, for when the bank says ‘no’. Mark Hayes and Gillian Loughran ticked all these boxes and duly launched Autism Eye last year. Meg Carter talks to

By Meg Carter  |  18/09/2012

Come rain or come shine
FEATURE

Come rain or come shine

Despite our truly abysmal summer, Gardeners’ World, which relaunched its magazine in March 2011, has continued to build momentum this year. Publishing director Dominic Murray tells us why the brand is thriving.

By Dominic Murray  |  18/09/2012

Magazine Extensions on Steroids (Part 3): Games and Companion Apps
SERIES

Magazine Extensions on Steroids (Part 3): Games and Companion Apps

Following Britain’s brilliant hosting of the Summer Olympics, writes Karlene Lukovitz, what better topic to continue this survey of magazine brand extensions than games?

By Karlene Lukovitz  |  18/09/2012

How Peach bagged the market
FEATURE

How Peach bagged the market

Data is the fuel that drives the modern B2B publisher. Through intelligent development and use of must-have data, some B2B publishers have succeeded in embedding themselves into the workflow of their key clients and becoming integral parts of the mar

By Christine Martin  |  18/09/2012

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