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  • [Long read] Condé Nast, Hearst, Mondadori and more on the skills media professionals need to survive 2020

    A FIPP article from October 2019 discussed the rise in strategists, chief people herders, ninjas, rockstars and viral meme makers. These changes in role titles are reflective of the shifts in the industry. As the media industry changes, people are also changing their skillsets to remain competitive. Here, FIPP members Condé Nast, Hearst, Meredith Corporation, Editorial Perfil, Mondadori and The River Group list the definitive skills to survive in the media industry in 2020 and beyond.

    Published 17 February 2020 Features
  • BBC’s Ros Atkins to discuss diversity at FIPP World Media Congress

    Creator and anchor of BBC World News programme Outside Source, Ros Atkins, is the latest speaker to be confirmed for the FIPP World Media Congress. Not only an experienced journalist who has covered major elections, political summits and, of course, Brexit, Ros is also the founder and project director of the 50:50 Project which works to increase female representation in the media.

    Published 08 July 2019 FIPP News
  • 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
  • Axel Springer Academy launches international journalism project on Instagram and IGTV

    Journalists search for the truth, keep a watchful eye on the powerful, uncover scandals. But journalism is now being attacked more aggressively than ever before. That is why young reporters from the Axel Springer Academy are portraying courageous and committed journalists who have achieved a lot for freedom of expression. 

    Published 25 October 2018 Industry News
  • Reward your up and coming media talent in the global stage

    What better way to reward your up and coming media talent than with a free ticket to the FIPP World Media Congress in Las Vegas, two free nights accommodation at the Planet Hollywood Resort and recognition on the global media stage?

    Published 22 October 2018 Rising Stars
  • 2018 Rising Stars Awards: we catch up with 2017 winner Joanna Abeyie

    Joanna Abeyie is managing director at Hyden, a talent recruitment agency focused on making the media industry more inclusive and diverse. She's also one of the 2017 Rising Stars in media winners. Here she shares what she’s doing now and why Rising Stars is a great opportunity for young people in media.

    Published 08 October 2018 Rising Stars
  • Hearst UK launches incubator programme The Nest

    Hearst UK has announced the launch of a new incubator initiative - The Nest. Harnessing the creativity of rising talent, The Nest is designed to generate original products and explore revenue streams for Hearst UK and commercial clients. 

    Published 23 May 2018 Launches
  • How Future puts culture at the heart of growth

    With her passion for people and strong belief that engaged employees can re-energise an organisation, Claire MacLellan, MD for media services, people and culture at Future, headed up an initiative aiming to engage employees and receive feedback about how to embed the company’s values. The process kickstarted a programme focused on placing values and culture at the heart of Future’s growth. 

    Published 09 April 2018 Features
  • How culture can save publishers

    In a world of constant change, a future proof workplace culture can ensure growth against the odds, says FIPP board member Andrew Moultrie, managing director of consumer products and publishing at BBC Worldwide UK.

    Published 03 April 2018 Features
  • [Video] Hyden's Joanna Abeyie on the need for greater diversity in the industry

    Joanna Abeyie is founder and director of Hyden, a media and wider creative sector recruitment company focussed on providing candidates from diverse backgrounds to help media companies better cultivate more wide-ranging talent pools. Here, she talks to us about how the agency began, where innovation currently sits within the industry, and why the need for diverse talent in businesses is now greater than ever before.  

    Published 24 January 2018 Features
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