The Lawyer is one of Centaur’s specialist titles, and over the past few years, has undergone a significant transformation from a free site and circulation magazine into a paid-for subscriptions product
Like all of the nominees for our Media Company of the Year award, Incisive Media hasn't had a free ride over the past few years.
Alphr.com has been a headline-grabbing success story from publishers Dennis UK since their launch in 2015. Nearly two years later, how are their goals being met and how has their strategy evolved?
In this episode of TheMediaBriefing podcast, we chat to The Drum's Diane Young to ask when a magazine company is no longer a magazine company.
Ahead of our launch on Wednesday, here’s a sneak preview of some of the State of the Media Industry 2017 report findings
Getting answers to any one of these threats would be a boon for publishers; at DMS USA '16 we're hoping to solve all of them.
Uncertainty is the word of the day, with contradictory reports about the likelihood of Britain's economy reentering recession, and which sectors are likely to be hardest hit as a result of the decision.
Publishing is built on innovation. For hundreds of years newspapers and publishers been starting every day with a blank sheet of paper (or a blank screen) and creating a new product ready for the next morning – what other market does that?