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  • Spotlighting brands at FIPP Insider South Africa

    Cosmopolitan South Africa’s August cover star will be part of an exciting line-up of media and brand experts who will discuss the secrets of successful collaboration in spotlighting brands in magazine media at this month’s FIPP Insider events in South Africa.

    Published 12 August 2019 FIPP News
  • Inside Penske Media's expansion to China: WWD and Variety

    Over the last couple of months, FIPP member Penske Media Corporation has made some great strides in its global expansion plans, launching in China two of its brands: WWD in mid July and Variety on 1 August. Both new editions feature a blend of original content and on-the-ground reporting that caters to Chinese language audience. 

    Published 06 August 2019 Features
  • Africa: a digital coming of age

    Africa’s lack of internet access has been well documented in recent years. However, growing access across the continent, together with a rapid uptake in smartphone use, is spurring publishers to change direction.

    Published 24 July 2019 Features
  • Top trends for European publishers

    With the rapid pace of innovation and change in the world of media showing no signs of letting up, we explore the trends that industry leaders and FIPP World Media Congress speakers are seeing in the European publishing sector right now.

    Published 08 July 2019 Features
  • 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
  • The real reason why newspapers are losing to Facebook

    There’s a major problem facing communities everywhere — local news is losing the competition for advertisers to the duopoly (Facebook and Google). These two firms account for around 70 per cent of all digital ad spending globally, which has forced closures and cutbacks and severely threatened the future of journalism.

    Published 20 June 2019 Opinion
  • [FIPP Congress Q&A] Nordic warrior: transforming revenue models at Schibsted

    Norwegian-headquartered media giant Schibsted is often held up as a business that has transformed itself in recent years to remain relevant and thriving. Tor Jacobsen, SVP and chief consumer officer at Schibsted Media explains how the company has retained a focus on revenue generation during that transformation, and the role data is playing in driving growth.

    Published 19 June 2019 Features
  • Chief editor Lauren Indvik on the launch of Vogue Business

    Vogue Business is a new product for 2019, designed to help Condé Nast capitalise on the B2B side of the fashion industry. Here, chief editor Lauren Indvik, talks to us about content, revenue models, and international operations.

    Published 20 May 2019 Features
  • First Congress speakers announced

    Meredith, Time, Monocle, Axel Springer and Condé Nast are among the first speakers announced for the FIPP World Media Congress 2019. Bringing together more than 800 international attendees over three days, the Congress is the largest and most-high profile event for the global magazine media industry.

    Published 09 May 2019 FIPP News
  • Navigating uncertainty: how niche magazines are overcoming revenue challenges

    Niche magazines sat in the spotlight in a panel discussion at MagNet, Magazines Canada's annual conference for the magazine media community April 24-25 in Toronto, to discuss the trials and challenges they faced, and how they've overcome. Panellists gave insight into their own publications's issues and the solutions they've used to find success.

    Published 06 May 2019 Features
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