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Hearst invests into training and education of employees with Hearst Data U
After years of shrinking budgets for training and cuts to personal development across the magazine and news media industries, there are signs that companies are making training and education of staff a priority again. Last month, The New York Times announced it had open-sourced its data skills course for reporters, and made it accessible to all.Published 01 July 2019 Features
FIPP Insight Awards 2019 now open for entries
The FIPP UPM Insight Awards celebrate the most effective research and insight projects from across the magazine media industry. Award winners will be presented at the FIPP Awards evening along with the Rising Stars Awards at the opening evening of the FIPP World Media Congress on Tuesday 12 November 2019 in Las Vegas.Published 10 June 2019 Insight News
Facebook regulation: good news for the traditional media industry?
With calls increasing for greater Facebook regulation around the world, FIPP here speaks to publishers, policy experts, and other industry professionals about what this could mean for the traditional media industry.Published 23 April 2019 Features
Chart of the week: Data use is the biggest hurdle for personalisation
Marketers need access to the tools and technical know-how to use different types of data in order to implement effective hyper-personalised campaigns.Published 22 April 2019 Insight News
Event data compliance: Are you still leaving your data on the table?
In the run up to the May 2018 GDPR implementation date, organisations of all shapes and sizes were tightening their data security procedures to meet the requirements of the impending deadline.Published 22 April 2019 Industry News
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
Axel Springer head of data and tech: Media culture overhaul needed to save journalism
It is not only necessary for media companies to change their work cultures to fight for the future of journalism, the media industry needs to work closer together to change the collective culture of the publishing industry as a whole. This was the keynote message from Stephanie Caspar, president of technology and data at Axel Springer, Germany, who opened the first day of the annual Digital Innovators’ Summit in Berlin.Published 26 March 2019 Features
Facebook’s pivot to privacy
With Facebook facing a deluge of investigations across the globe by governments and their regulators into privacy misdemeanors, the social network’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg this week announced plans to pivot the entire company towards private messaging.Published 08 March 2019 Features
Axel Springer acquires paid content technology company CeleraOne
Axel Springer has announced the acquisition of CeleraOne, a German provider of paid content technology. With the acquisition, the media company becomes a technology provider in the business of payment technology.Published 06 March 2019 Deals
As the noose tightens, can Facebook face down regulatory scrutiny?
Facebook faces a deluge of investigations by regulators into privacy practices and seem ready to pay some of the largest fines ever imposed on a technology company. While fines won’t kill the cash rich social media giant, regulation just might. Nobody seems to have grasped this more than Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg who is slowly starting to make good on promises to make his platform more responsible.Published 04 March 2019 Features
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