Jamie Gavin

Jamie Gavin ()

Jamie Gavin is managing director of inPress Online. Writing about media and tech trends, he also produces video interviews with leading media industry figures and appears as a regular media analyst for BBC World, Radio City Talk, and other outlets.

  • Dow Jones’ Managing Director on the media industry’s changing fortunes

    At the recent FIPP Congress, Jonathan Wright - Global Managing Director for Dow Jones & Wall Street Journal – spoke about how media companies can build sustainable revenue models in today’s changing consumer environment. We caught up with him at the event to find out more. 

    16th Jan 2020 Features
  • Cold War Steve on media, politics, and not selling out

    Christopher Spencer aka Cold War Steve is a visual artist from the UK, currently making huge waves across the global media sphere. We recently caught up with him and his manager at the FIPP World Media Congress in Las Vegas to find out more.  

    9th Dec 2019 Features
  • Vogue Business on how fashion brands are leveraging Instagram content

    Last month, Kylie Jenner became the world's youngest self-made billionaire of all time when she sold a 51 per cent stake in her cosmetics brand to Coty Inc. With more than 150 million Instagram followers, Jenner’s success highlights the growing influence of the platform. Here, we speak to Vogue Business about how Instagram is now impacting the fashion industry at large.  

    9th Dec 2019 Features
  • Twitter bans political advertising: the beginning of the fight-back against fake news?

    Yesterday, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey announced that the platform had taken the decision to ban political advertising, stating that the significant power and influence of online advertising “brings significant risks to politics.” 

    31st Oct 2019 Industry News
  • The Young Turks Network: producing linear television for the digital age

    The Young Turks (TYT) is one of the networks leading the charge for linear television broadcast-through-digital channels, and attracting young audiences in the process. Here, we look at the evolution of the media brand, and what has made it so popular amongst millennial audiences.

    28th Oct 2019 Features
  • Cutting through the noise: a publisher’s guide to TikTok

    With growing press interest swirling around the app, TikTok is making its way into the global media mainstream. Here, we cut through some of the noise currently surrounding the platform, to analyse what opportunities the latest social media star presents to publishers.

    21st Oct 2019 Features
  • [FIPP Insight Report] Events in magazine media: how to convert them into a revenue source

    A new FIPP Insight Report looking at events in magazine media and how to convert them into a revenue source. The report, authored by Sadie Hale, examines contemporary event formats, monetisation, wider branding benefits, and provides a series of accounts and case studies from leading industry professionals including Hearst UK, NatGeo, Bonnier and more.   

    7th Oct 2019 Insight News
  • How Meredith’s Parents magazine innovates with print

    Liz Vaccariello is editor-in-chief of Parents magazine at Meredith Corporation. Here, she explains how taking a practical approach to innovation has helped the brand to evolve, and why a digital mindset can also hold great benefits for a print publication. 

    19th Aug 2019 Features
  • [Video] ProPublica: leveraging the power of investigative journalism to take the fight to fake news

    ProPublica is a US based non-profit newsroom that aims to produce investigative journalism in the public interest. Earlier this year at the Digital Innovators Summit in Berlin (DIS) we caught up with managing editor, Robin Fields, to find out a little bit more about how the organisation operates, and how it is using a transparent approach to create credible, trustworthy journalism.  

    12th Aug 2019 Features
  • Innovation: Are you ready to embrace failure?

    As the publishing industry has navigated its way over the past two decades through the biggest period of disruption in its history, many publishers have turned to innovation for continued competitive advantage. But the companies that are seeing the most success are those that have moved away from ‘chasing innovation for the sake of it,’ towards a more measured, strategic approach.

    29th Jul 2019 Features

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