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  • Swanest launches online investment assistant for business media with Mediafin

    Fintech start-up Swanest today announced its partnership with Mediafin, a Belgian business newspapers publisher. Swanest introduces a brand-new portfolio management solution, helping business media to attract and engage private investors on their websites.

    Published 14 December 2017 Industry News
  • Five key media tech trends from November

    News of Time Inc.’s US$1.85bn acquisition by Meredith made it all the way to the Hollywood Reporter in November, as traditional magazine media was cast into the spotlight. Meanwhile, leading social mediums including Twitter, WhatsApp and Snapchat all experienced significant technical updates during the month. Here we look at five key media tech trends to hit the headlines in November.

    Published 04 December 2017 Features
  • CDS Global and Zeddit announce tech partnership to help publishers grow print magazine subscriptions

    CDS Global and Zeddit announced a strategic technology partnership in the UK and Australia to provide advanced subscriber conversion capabilities for print magazine publishers. The partnership will focus on improving the conversion of visitors to magazine websites into subscribers for CDS Global clients.

    Published 13 November 2017 Industry News
  • Futureproofing media companies against technological change

    With change occurring at such a rapid pace in digital media, adaptability can increasingly be one of the keys to publisher success. We caught up with Tushar Marwaha, partner relations associate for eZ Systems, on the sidelines of the recent FIPP World Congress in London about the steps that their publisher and industry clients are taking to futureproof themselves against further technological change.

    Published 09 November 2017 Features
  • Five key media tech trends from October

    Behind the consumer headlines of Facebook and fake news, the business of media continued to march on in October 2017, with a raft of new announcements and emerging trends. We’ve here taken a look at five of the key updates from the month from an industry point of view. 

    Published 06 November 2017 Features
  • How artificial intelligence is set to impact media

    Artificial intelligence is a key technology that will transform many industries in the coming years. It is already playing an important role in the media, largely driven by the experiments of platforms like Google and Facebook.

    Published 15 October 2017 Features
  • How Auto Bild capitalises on a megatrend

    Worldwide interest in the technology that connects vehicles to the internet of things has prompted Axel Springer to develop a new brand - Connected Car. Its content has not only been integrated into existing brands but also lead to the development of new products and services, opening up new revenue streams for the publisher.

    Published 15 October 2017 Features
  • Five key media tech trends from September

    Apple offends the online advertising industry, tech disruption causes further media-political blurring, Twitter doubles down on character length, and while all of that’s going on, Quartz drops the hottest augmented reality news app of the season – it’s another month in media tech trends!

    Published 02 October 2017 Features
  • Emerging tech for publishers: Google exec on the status of VR

    VR has been lauded as the next big opportunity for publishers to deliver a better experience for their audiences. Greg Ivanov, BD Google Play Apps & Games, shares his views on where VR currently stands and how publishers can embrace it…

    Published 28 September 2017 Features
  • Quartz makes the news with augmented reality

    Atlantic Media owned publication Quartz has added an augmented reality (AR) layer to its mobile news app, presenting audiences with a new way to consume global business news and current affairs. We spoke to product manager, John Keefe, about how the new innovation will be used to change the way audiences are served mobile content.

    Published 21 September 2017 Features
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