Tag Archives: newspapers

Newsworks’ polite plea won’t turn back online tide

More newspapers, this time its newspaper marketing body Newsworks trying to persuade advertisers to cease their gadarene rush to digital/online and save some money for the poor old sinking press. So it’s signed up agency Holmes Hobbs Marcantonio to produce ...

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Does the Guardian’s newspaper and digital strategy actually add up?

The Guardian has said it may be forced to make compulsory redundancies as its efforts to persuade journalists to leave voluntarily have failed. It was seeking up to 100 voluntary redundancies but only 30 or so people signed up. According ...

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Aegis forecasts boom time for digital in 2012/13

And doubtless in years to come too. Aegis Group CEO Jerry Buhlmann (pictured), basking in the glow of record profits and growth numbers, has found time to peer into his crystal ball (who does he think he is? Martin Sorrell?) ...

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Wonga not bunga is media magnate Silvio Berlusconi’s problem now

Shares in embattled Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi’s Mediaset media empire (which spans pay and terrestrial TV, newspapers and magazines) were suspended for a period yesterday as investors headed for the exit. The shares have lost 20 per cent of ...

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