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  • [Download] How successful publishers embrace and harness innovation

    [Sponsored] 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. 

    Published 17 June 2019 Insight News
  • How Canon is using digital to breathe new life into print

    Cathy Bittner, business development manager, graphic arts, for Canon Europe spoke at this year’s Digital Innovators Summit (DIS) in Berlin. Here, she talks us through how modern innovations in digital technology are leading to a resurgence in the power of print. 

    Published 10 June 2019 Features
  • How Canon enables personalised print publishing

    New digital printing technology developed by Canon in Europe can now enable publishers to use data to produce the same personalised functionality to printed products that we have become used to in online publishing. Now it is possible to marry the emotional impact of print with variable data at industrial speeds.

    Published 15 April 2019 Features
  • [Download] The future of media: How digital-to-print revenue models continue to shape the industry

    [Sponsored] Despite the emergence of digital channels, print publishing has continued to thrive. In the US, the top 25 print magazines reach more adults and teens than the top 25 prime time shows. Reverse publishing is the sign of print's continued power. 

    Published 01 April 2019 Insight News
  • Power of print continues to shine

    In a multi-channel, multi-platform world, print continues to offer its own value.

    Published 28 March 2019 Insight News
  • The Mr. Magazine™ interview: Hearst Magazines’ Kate Lewis, “Print injects a kind of authority and expertise”

    “That’s what I thought. I’m ready for this. And I was excited. I had spent five years in digital; I was excited to be able to return to the media I had fallen in love with, which was print. That was the thing that defined my decision to become a magazine person in the first place. I had been a maniacal print obsessive for my whole childhood. And spending those years in digital really helped me have perspective on consumers and consumer behaviour.” - Kate Lewis, chief content officer, Hearst Magazines

    Published 14 February 2019 Features
  • [Download] Sustainability in publishing: Read how others in the industry are achieving maximum positive impact

    [Sponsored] The global megatrends that are driving the need for sustainable development are population growth, urbanisation, climate change, digitalisation, and non-renewable resource depletion. The publishing industry is not immune to these. In fact, as a prime user of natural resources, responsible publishers today are increasingly asking what their role should be to meet sustainability challenges and with it achieve maximum positive impact.

    Published 04 February 2019 Insight News
  • It’s nearly 2020 and print publishing still matters: How print and digital can build better subscriber experiences

    Rumours of the death of print media have been greatly exaggerated. While online publications have been experiencing tremendous growth in recent years, the fact is that 58 per cent of subscribers still describe themselves as primarily print-oriented, and 60-80 per cent of publisher revenues are still generated from print. It’s true that the majority of print-first subscribers are older, but that doesn’t mean younger audiences won’t pay for print. They will, and they do.

    Published 16 January 2019 Opinion
  • Behind Time magazine covers: a Q&A with DW Pine

    Chronicling the nation’s issues, events and history as it happens, Time magazine shies away from nothing and creates emotional impact in an instant. Time magazine is known for its iconic covers, something D.W. Pine, Time’s creative director, recently called “one of the most iconic pieces of real estate in journalism.”

    Published 14 January 2019 Features
  • How Thomas Cook resurrected a print magazine that died in 1939

    One of the greatest successes born from the new Thomas Cook Media and Partnerships division within the Thomas Cook travel agency was the rebirth of the printed magazine, The Excursionist, originally founded in 1851. Speaking at FIPP Insider in London, Ed Marr, group head of commercial publishing, media and partnerships at Thomas Cook Group, explained how an integrated multi-channel media offering within the holiday retail company made this possible.

    Published 14 January 2019 Features
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