Top B2B Media Stories
10th November 2014
- Newsletter 23rd June: The reality of UK local media + analysis of UBM's new strategy
- Is UBM’s strategy the real deal or not?
- Can European start-ups reshape the digital landscape?
- Quartz's Kevin Delaney on why a Western focus limits a digital publisher's growth
- What we learned from the British Media Awards 2015
- Regional publishers making progress back to profit - but not out of the woods yet
Latest B2B Media Analysis
23rd June 2015
Is the decline of the UK's local print media as dramatic as most people think? And will UBM's new strategy deliver the impact that it's new CEO hopes for?
22nd June 2015
Billion-dollar start-ups are everywhere, with 13 emerging in Europe in the past year, and 22 in the USA. So who are these players? And what's driving their growth?
9th June 2015
It could be that, while its premium audience enabled it to scale to the point it can expand, it is Quartz's dedication to removing the friction of digital publishing that will see it thrive in emerging territories.
7th May 2015
The entries for the British Media Awards 2015 were the strongest they've been in the awards' history with an unprecedented variety of companies entering, from brand-new start-ups to some of the world's biggest news brands.
Latest B2B Media News
MediaGuardian30th December 2014
Sajid Javid says working in City was like ‘walking round United Nations’ on special Today programme edited by Lenny Henry
Folio29th December 2014
Adexchanger.com30th October 2014
LinkedIn's revenue grew 45% YoY in Q3 to $568 million. Its Marketing Solutions division also increased 45% YoY, totaling $109 million in revenue. Marketing Solutions, which makes up 19% of LinkedIn's total revenue, is one of the social network's three lines of business. Overall member growth was strong. LinkedIn now has 332 million members, up 28% YoY. […]
Folio28th October 2014
Vance Publishing is consolidating its woodworking portfolio into a single title, Woodworking Network, in a move it hopes will save money and strengthen its growing core. Formerly three separate magazines—Custom Woodworking Business, Closets and Wood Products—the new entity officially merges those audiences.