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- Enders Analysis CEO: Time spent reading on mobile will exceed desktop this year or next
- Axel Springer CTO on becoming a 'digital shareholder'
- Verdens Gang CEO: 'If you didn’t separate online and print in 2000 you made a mistake'
- Financial Times CEO: 'We've now achieved critical mass in digital'
- UBM 2013 financials: Events focus delivers 'solid' performance as Levin exits
- Johnston Press hopes to raise £75m in rights issue
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27th February 2014 16:30
TheMediaBriefing's British Media Awards shortlist was unveiled on Twitter today. The companies, teams and brands that made the cut are some of the best examples of innovation and success in the UK media scene. Below is the full shortlist, followed by a roundup of some of the responses on social media.
27th February 2014 14:00
Reed Elsevier reported underlying revenue growth of two percent to £6.03 billion and underlying operating profit growth of five percent to £1.75 billion for 2013 this morning. But following the sale of the businesses RBI Australia, France and Italy, how has the company performed in other areas?
25th February 2014 07:00
What makes media more worthwhile subsidising in print than in digital? That's the simple question that EU governments have consistently failed to answer as they grapple with the inconsistent VAT regime that penalises digital distribution of newspapers and magazines across most of Europe.
21st February 2014 13:00
Informa's first full year under new CEO Lord Stephen Carter is set to be a “a year of operational focus and management transition", according to the firm's 2013 results released today. That appears to be largely because the business is ticking along without any ups or downs, with strong growth from academic publishing but a lacklustre performance from the Business Intelligence arm.
19th February 2014 08:00
With this week's sale of Reader's Digest to venture capitalist Mike Luckwell for a single pound, we thought we'd take a look at some other examples of media entities that sold cheap and what went wrong for them along the way.
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MediaGuardian23rd February 2014 20:32
Director general says sharing licence fee with other public service broadcasters would hurt corporation
Telegraph.co.uk - Media22nd February 2014 21:38
Mobile phone operattors see over-the-top services such as WhatsApp as a threat
New York Times21st February 2014 20:22
G Asset Management, a little-known investment firm, offered on Thursday to acquire 51 percent of Barnes & Noble in a deal that would value the bookseller’s shares at $22 apiece.
Adexchanger.com21st February 2014 01:20
Tremor Video's fourth-quarter financials, reported Thursday, included a continuous rise in mobile ad revenue and a reduction of its demo pricing-related losses. The company’s total revenue for 2013 rose 25.3% to $131.8 million year-over-year. Its in-stream revenue was $128.3 million, a 28.7% increase from the same period in 2012. It reported a net loss of […]
Reuters20th February 2014 23:32
(Reuters) - Groupon Inc forecast a surprise quarterly loss as it spends more to advertise its online marketplace, which is expected to make up for its lagging daily deals business, and its shares fell more than 13 percent in extended trading.