• 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
  • Playing the media dating game: PressReader on how to attract more readers and more revenues

    Here, PressReader’s chief content officer, Nikolay Malyarov, talks to us about the media dating game: how publishers can attract more readers by placing an audience-centric focus at the heart of their distribution strategy. 

    Published 15 April 2019 Features
  • NYU series: Successful media brands are the ones who see their audiences as powerful content creators

    This is the first instalment of a new series of columns penned by students from the NYU School of Professional Studies Center for Publishing, where they reflect on the state of media and offer their views as the new generation of our industry.

    Published 08 April 2019 Features
  • Five things we learned at DIS2019

    The Digital Innovators' Summit took place on 25-26 March in Berlin. A killer line-up of world class media leaders presented the latest innovations from companies like Bloomberg, The New York Times, Axel Springer, Condé Nast International, BBC, and many more. These are our top 5 lessons from DIS2019.

    Published 08 April 2019 Features
  • How live journalism is gaining traction and engaging audiences around the world

    The concept of live journalism, where journalists, illustrators, writers, editors, columnists, graphic designers, photographers, podcasters and artists, perform pieces of original content adapted for the stage, is growing beyond its Pop-Up magazine roots, and expanding across North America and Europe. 

    Published 08 April 2019 Features
  • EIC Lauren Indvik on Vogue’s foray in B2B fashion publishing

    On 28 January Condé Nast launched Vogue Business – an online B2B title aimed at fashion industry executives. Editor Lauren Indvik told DIS 2019 why – and how – they did it.

    Published 01 April 2019 Features
  • Facebook’s face-off

    Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s latest iteration of how to save the internet (read Facebook) came too close to 1 April to be taken seriously.

    Published 01 April 2019 Features
  • National Journal moves away from advertising revenue completely

    It's been five years in the making, but National Journal has successfully pulled away from advertising, as a revenue stream. Based in Washington, DC, National Journal is an Atlantic Media brand that serves government and business leaders with intelligence, insights, and tools, and a suite of trusted journalism including NJ Daily and Hotline. 

    Published 01 April 2019 Features
  • BBC Good Food’s foray into the world of voice

    Good Food magazine’s new recipe search voice skill built for Alexa devices has this year become the strategic partner for Alexa in the UK and Ireland. Hannah Williams, editor, BBC Good Food, UK, explained to 500 media executives from 40 nations at the Digital Innovators’ Summit in Berlin that the process to build a voice skill was sparked by statistics suggesting 50 per cent of content searches would be via voice by the end of next year.

    Published 27 March 2019 Features
  • Nick Rockwell looks at the New York Times' innovations in the personalisation of content

    The last session of the first day at DIS featured Nick Rockwell, the CTO of New York Times. He took as his theme ‘News in the Age of Algorithmic Recommendation,’ and used the slot to explore the newspaper's innovations in the personalisation of content.

    Published 26 March 2019 Features
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