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  • Pillars for developing future proof revenue models

    The bedrock for building pillars to new revenue opportunities remains good content, Jonathan Wright, Global Managing Director at Dow Jones in Hong Kong told delegates on the first day of the 42nd FIPP World Media Congress in Las Vegas.

    Published 02 December 2019 Features
  • Financial Times launches boutique consulting firm using in-house talent, building off success

    Mid-October, The Financial Times launched a small consulting firm using its own in-house talent and learnings from it's own successful transformation, aiming to help other media and media-adjacent business. The consulting firm, FT Strategies, draws on the FT's data scientists, product managers and digital experts, and uses the FT’s deep experience and expertise in data and technology, to help organisations build successful customer-focused businesses.

    Published 25 November 2019 Features
  • [Report] Paywalls: How to start your subscription strategy

    'Paywalls: How to start your subscription strategy' is a comprehensive report about how media companies can start a subscription monetisation strategy. Focussed on the international publishing industry, the report is an in depth analysis of how to build lasting and profitable relationships with readers.

    Published 15 July 2019 Insight News
  • [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
  • Chart of the week: Free access is the most common pay model for all media

    Free access is still the most common pay model for all media types, particularly for digital-born media, while hard paywalls remain extremely uncommon.

    Published 28 May 2019 Insight News
  • 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
  • Bonnier and Meredith on the value of awards as revenue and engagement drivers

    Magazine branded awards range in scope from giant awards events, galas and ceremonies to print and digital content across platforms. Awards can bring in new readers through engagement, can raise awareness and promote magazine media brands, can increase revenue through ticket sales, sponsorships, affiliate revenue and the like.

    Published 29 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
  • Taking back trust in journalism through personalisation, new payment models

    The best thing about the prospect of improving reader revenues is that it has the potential to liberate news publishers from the scramble for reach, a model that undermines trust in journalism. To take advantage of this opportunity, digital news publishers need to find better payment methods and discovery tools. These were some of the themes explored during the recent Newsrewired conference in London.

    Published 21 March 2019 Features
  • WSJ on placing the subscription model at the heart of international partnerships

    Joe Martin is vice president for commercial partnerships for the Wall Street Journal (WSJ), focussing on the Asia-Pacific region. Here, he looks at how the publication is leveraging its brand globally to grow the audiences of itself and the international partner companies that it works with.

    Published 06 December 2018 Features
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