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  • How Bloomberg Media is expanding Businessweek’s global footprint

    Bloomberg Businessweek re-launched earlier this year with an ambitious objective to become the number one truly global title for business leaders in a connected world. Editor Megan Murphy was at the recent FIPP Congress in London to explain how they have gone about this.

    Published 16 November 2017 Features
  • Ten top tips for native advertising success from Native Advertising Days 2017

    The Native Advertising Institute just held their third annual Native Advertising Days Conference in Berlin, where the world’s best thinkers and practitioners of native advertising came together to share their insights. Here are 10 of the top tips.

    Published 17 November 2017 Insight News
  • Allrecipes.com launches integration with AmazonFresh

    Meredith Corporation announced that Allrecipes.com will now feature AmazonFresh as a retailer embedded within the site's top recipes.

    Published 17 November 2017 Industry News
  • The state of brand licensing around the world

    Recently, there has been a period of time where there was somewhat of a slow-down in international brand activity as companies focused on shoring up their bases. However, this year we have seen an increasing number of reports surfacing about media companies adopting a more global outlook again – at least in certain segments. Does this mean a renewed focus on brand licensing, and in what form? And what is the outlook as we head into 2018?

    Published 13 November 2017 Features
  • Time Inc. launches Sports Illustrated TV on Amazon Channels

    Time Inc. today announced the launch of Sports Illustrated TV (SI TV), an over-the-top (OTT) streaming media network available November 16 on Amazon Channels. The network premieres with a slate of 130 hours of on-demand programming, including original documentary series, weekly studio shows and acquired sports movies, documentaries and TV shows. SI TV joins People TV as Time Inc.'s second streaming network.

    Published 15 November 2017 Launches
  • Vivian Schiller on what’s next for platforms and the media

    Former Head of news at Twitter, Chief Digital Officer of NBC News and President and CEO of National Public Radio (NPR), Vivian Schiller is now confirmed as one of the speakers for Digital Innovators’ Summit 2018, where she will share her thoughts on what she considers is the next phase of development for platforms and the media.

    Published 14 November 2017 FIPP News
  • GroupM releases State of Video report

    GroupM’s new State of Video report offers an insightful look at the business of television and video. 

    Published 15 November 2017 Insight News
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  • How Bloomberg Media is expanding Businessweek’s global footprint

    Bloomberg Businessweek re-launched earlier this year with an ambitious objective to become the number one truly global title for business leaders in a connected world. Editor Megan Murphy was at the recent FIPP Congress in London to explain how they have gone about this.

    Published 16 November 2017 Features
  • How Egmont is reaping rewards from creating ALT.dk

    One of the biggest drives for publishers in the past decade or two have been transitioning their print content to digital. For some it is all about maintaining the magazine's brand essence online, yet others have enjoyed success in amalgamating print publications to create new web first brands.

    Published 13 November 2017 Features
  • The state of brand licensing around the world

    Recently, there has been a period of time where there was somewhat of a slow-down in international brand activity as companies focused on shoring up their bases. However, this year we have seen an increasing number of reports surfacing about media companies adopting a more global outlook again – at least in certain segments. Does this mean a renewed focus on brand licensing, and in what form? And what is the outlook as we head into 2018?

    Published 13 November 2017 Features
  • Why content should be created specific to each platform

    Publishers’ growing urge to be platform agnostic needs to be balanced by focussed efforts to ensure content remains platform specific.

    Published 13 November 2017 Features
  • How subscriptions became a driver of profit at The Economist

    Subscriptions have become The Economist’s biggest income stream in the past seven years. Michael Brunt, chief marketing officer and managing director, circulation at The Economist explains how they managed to transform the 174-year old title’s circulation business into the biggest driver of profits.

    Published 09 November 2017 Features
  • Futureproofing media companies against technological change

    With change occurring at such a rapid pace in digital media, adaptability can increasingly be one of the keys to publisher success. We caught up with Tushar Marwaha, partner relations associate for eZ Systems, on the sidelines of the recent FIPP World Congress in London about the steps that their publisher and industry clients are taking to futureproof themselves against further technological change.

    Published 09 November 2017 Features
  • Do publishers and platforms really need one another?

    We speak to media and social media blogger, consultant and lecturer Adam Tinworth on the evolving relationship media brands have with social platforms.

    Published 08 November 2017 Features
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  • How can publishers thrive in challenging times?

    [Sponsored] Recently the WoodWing team traveled to London for the FIPP World Congress. For those of you who haven’t been lucky enough to attend yet, the FIPP World Congress is the largest and most high profile media event in the world. It brings together the world’s leading multi-platform media publishers and industry suppliers, to explore the latest trends and solutions.

    Published 25 October 2017 Opinion
  • Are digital editions dead?

    Digital editions have been around for a long time, going all the way back to the late 90's. But in 2010 when the iPad hit the digital runway, publishers jumped on the tablet bandwagon faster than they could shout, “Hallelujah!”. The struggling publishing industry had found itself a saviour.  

    Published 16 October 2017 Opinion
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