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15th April 2014

Choose a book depending on your mood

Publishers have developed a new way of branding its books depending on feeling. (The Bookseller)
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14th April 2014

We're still waiting for the next model of news publishing

Recent launches such as Vox.com and FiveThirtyEight show that news "for everyone" isn't working. (Guardian)
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11th April 2014

Is Amazon evil?

According to publishers at the Digital Minds Conference, Amazon is both 'evil' and 'wonderful'. (Digital Book World)
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11th April 2014

Publishers boost circulation with big data

Fighting back against losses, publishers are using big data to rope in new customers and keep them engaged (Digiday)
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9th April 2014

Guardian launches monthly self-publishing award

The Guardian and Legend Times have teamed up to create a monthly writing prize for the best self-published novels (Digital Book World)
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7th April 2014

3 key 'waves' for publishers in e-commerce

Delegates at the Digital Media Europe conference were told that e-commerce is becoming an increasingly viable revenue option for publishers. (Journalism.co.uk)
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1st April 2014

Trinity Mirror reveals plan for digitally-led newsroom

To improve access to live up-to-the-minute information, Trinity Mirror's regional newsrooms will no longer be built around its print products (Trinity Mirror)
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31st March 2014

The Sun is first newspaper to introduce hashtags

The Sun has become the first national newspaper to introduce hashtags into the print editions to try and engage its readers on social media (Features Exec)
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28th March 2014

MailOnline advertising revenue up 51%

DMGT set goal, but it was narrowly missed (Guardian)
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28th March 2014

5 key findings about digital audiences

The way in which a user gets to a new website tells us a lot about their behaviour before they even arrive, according to new research (Pew Research Centre)
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