Author Archives: Richard Addis

Richard Addis has edited two national newspapers, The Daily Express and The Globe and Mail, through periods of major change in two of the most competitive marketplaces in the world. He has also been deputy editor or executive/associate editor on The Daily Mail, The Sunday Telegraph, The Financial Times and The Evening Standard. His international experience includes working or consulting on newspapers in North America, Africa, India and the Middle East. He has experience at many levels of newspapers including editing, reporting, design and board level management. He is currently managing director of Shakeup Media.

How Alexander Lebedev can make money from the Independentdocument.location.href=””

AdSense…Default Ad#ad-1#ad-1-1#ad-2#ad-2-1#ad-3 First, the Independent in London is very fortunate. To have a proprietor with deep pockets is the key requirement for a modern newspaper and in Alexander Lebedev the Indy has found its man. To have a proprietor with ...

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Seven reasons why print is not dead yet

Twenty years after the launch of internet computing, a period during which global web traffic has grown at an average of 425 per cent a year, on a planet with over one billion active personal computers and over four billion ...

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