Micro-payments: The unsolvable problem solved

Micro-payments: The unsolvable problem Imagine if newsagents had to sell single articles? An unlikely scenario as it makes neither practical nor financial sense for anyone concerned – journalists, publishers, newsagents or the consumers. Online however, this granular sales model makes total sense, yet an option for casual, micro-payment, often referred to as the Holy GrailContinue reading “Micro-payments: The unsolvable problem solved”

4 Reasons why print magazines rule

For years now many CEOs and key influencers have been saying the print issue will soon be dead. Now there is fresh concern with the news that the Independent will cease printing and go digital next month. So should publishers rethink their print contingent? No – and here’s 4 reasons why not.

Tucked scoops best new concept in 2015 Magazine Academy Awards

Every year students from PPA accredited BA and MA courses compete for the Best Original Concept category in the Magazine Academy Awards. This year my former Magazine Business students scooped first prize with Tucked.
4 Reasons Tucked was successful

Deputy takes over as editor at Railway Magazine

Having recently become the longest-serving editor in The RAILWAY Magazine’s 117-year history, Nick Pigott has left the title. Nick’s former deputy, Chris Milner, has now stepped up into the role and is relishing the challenge of building on Nick’s record-breaking run. “Nick has steered the title to unprecedented heights in recent years with growth inContinue reading “Deputy takes over as editor at Railway Magazine”

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