How does journalism survive the Covid-19 crisis? Paid Members Public
A crisis is a ruthless tool that exposes weaknesses in our systems. And our journalism ecosystems are being stress tested as never before. How do we navigate these difficult times?
Euromoney Institutional Investor sells niche hedge fund titles to Pageant Paid Members Public
A press release landed in my in-box this morning: > Pageant Media, the business information specialist, today announces the acquisition of Hedge Fund Intelligence, a series of business information, data and workflow products – including EuroHedge and AsiaHedge – and global events, which provide a 360-degree view of the hedge fund world. (No
Keeping my print past on the GRID Paid Members Public
I had the four issues of the architecture and design mag I edited a decade ago bound. And it’s a lovely thing.
Afternoon Coffee Reading Paid Members Public
[https://i2.wp.com/www.onemanandhisblog.com/content/images/2009/01/DSCF0620.jpg] Seeing as I don’t need to contribute to much in this session, here’s a few links from my reader:- Centaur [closing one of their B2B magazines](http://privatefraser.wordpress.com/2009/01/08/public-private-folded/
Reasons for B2B 2B Cheerful Paid Members Public
John Welsh, of United Business Media has a list of 15 reasons that B2B media should survive the transition to digital [http://johnwelsh.wordpress.com/2008/12/16/can-b2b-magazine-brands-survive/]. I like 11 and 12 particularly: > 11. Clients know they must move their marketing online. They, like the media, are just
Save B2B Publishing By Loving People Paid Members Public
Putting people, not topics, at the heart of our journalism is the best way to reconnect with readers…
The Doom of B2B Publishing Paid Members Public
I’ve just reread Paul Conley’s superb post on the future of B2B (business to business) magazine publishing [http://paulconley.blogspot.com/2008/12/doom-and-gloom-and-rebirth.html]. It’s an excellent, thoughtful piece of work, and I think much of what he says will apply just as much to the
More Evidence for the Death of Print Paid Members Public
When I heard that Press Gazette was switching to publishing once a month, with a features-led magazine, I thought it sounded like a good plan. It was exactly the sort of solution that could save a title – moving upmarket with a more analytical bent. So, I thought, I’d swing