• Podcast masterclass, part one: Equipment

    Thinking about starting a podcast? Well, there are currently around 700,000 active podcasts and more than 29 million episodes for people to download. So the competition is pretty fierce. Yet don’t let the numbers put you off. As media companies have demonstrated time and time again there is a still a huge appetite among consumers and professionals for well produced imaginative podcasts delivered by engaging and articulate presenters.

    Published 12 September 2019 Features
  • Tyler Brûlé talks print, Brexit and what’s next for Monocle

    Having launched both Wallpaper* and Monocle, Tyler Brûlé is widely considered one of the most influential media innovators of his generation. Since its inception, the Monocle brand has grown into a unique global media entity that successfully combines print, web, retail and broadcast components.

    Published 09 September 2019 Features
  • Can print magazine brands come back from the dead?

    History tends to suggest that once the plug has been pulled on a print magazine brand, no matter how iconic its, it is the end of the road, or if they are lucky an afterlife as a digital or web version. Charlotte Ricca outlines the unlikely revival of The Face, and asks whether we might see other magazine brands return.

    Published 09 September 2019 Features
  • [FIPP Congress Q&A] Lessons for high-performing leaders

    Leadership coach and acclaimed author Kevin Lawrence will share the key messages of his highly-praised book “Your Oxygen Mask First” at this year’s FIPP World Congress. Here, he explains why the pressures of organisational and personal change are so pertinent to the publishing sector.

    Published 05 September 2019 Features
  • [FIPP Congress Q&A] Striving for common success

    Chia Lun Huang, director of transformation and learning at Taiwan’s most trusted financial title, CommonWealth, explains how she is helping drive the digital transformation of the organisation as well as the title.

    Published 02 September 2019 Features
  • Magazines join fight against single-use plastics by looking into alternatives to polybagging

    Over the last months, it's become a noticeable trend among publishers to invest in compostable or sustainable wrapping. Some do it to cut costs, some do it to help save the environment, some do it in response to their audiences' concerns about single-use plastic. 

    Published 02 September 2019 Features
  • Behind Insider's rewritten and illustrated Mueller Report

    In FIPP's continuing series looking behind the scenes of ground-breaking multimedia storytelling, we focus on a recent feature from Insider that delved into the Mueller Report.

    Published 26 August 2019 Features
  • 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. 

    Published 19 August 2019 Features
  • Password-free logins to benefit both web services and publishers in Germany

    Mobile Connect, a universal password-free online log-in solution is being adopted with immediate effect by Verimi, the first single cross-industry login platform for web-based products and services offered by a host of German companies, including Germany’s largest digital publisher, Axel Springer.

    Published 19 August 2019 Features
  • [FIPP Congress Q&A] Condé Nast VP of product on how AI will really transform the media world

    For a long time lauded as the way to automate large parts of the industry, AI is, according to Lindsay Silver, VP of product at Condé Nast, finally coming of age – and AI 2.0 will have plenty to offer beyond simply taking tasks away from the editors.

    Published 15 August 2019 Features
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