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Media Voices podcast: DC Thomson's Sally Hampton on the bright future for magazines

This week, Sally Hampton, consumer magazines publisher at DC Thomson spoke to the Media Voices team about how she manages such a wide range of magazines, the biggest shifts she's seen in print publishing, and a surprising new growth opportunity for niche Scottish titles. She also explains why she's so optimistic about the future of magazine media.

In the news round-up the team discuss the Independent's paid-for subscription model, whether it matters if print audiences don't follow when newspapers go digital only, Apple foibles, and Comcast's purchase of Sky. Peter's view of the Telegraph's readership is Dickensian.

 

 

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