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Ray Snoddy: subject to be confirmed.
Neil Fowler looks at the changing management structures within the regional press.
Peter Preston asks, is there a future for the print weekday broadsheet?
David Owen reviews the main themes and talking points from the Forum day at the Glasgow Distripress Congress.
Off the page: David Hepworth on magazines and beyond.
Steve Payne writes about creative media solutions and strategies.
Meg Carter interviews Stylist editor Lisa Smosarski.
iSUBSCRiBE / InPublishing Round Table on Subscriptions Strategy: written up by James Evelegh.
Ian Phillips: how publishers can make cost efficiencies using hybrid mail solutions.
Jo Bowman looks at how publishers are using Augmented Reality.
How can publishers continue to maintain advertising revenues given the proliferation of digital offerings, asks Lorraine Ruckstuhl.
Carolyn Morgan assesses the main themes from the Mobile Media Strategies conference.
AOP Digital Publishing Summit: James Evelegh reviews the main talking points.
Big data presents new challenges for online publishers, says John Baker.
According to recent research, retailers are becoming publishers and vice-versa. Henry Hyder-Smith analyses the research’s conclusions.
Tim Cain presents the main findings from the recent AOP Content & Trends Census 2012.
Another ‘View from the States’ from Karlene Lukovitz.