After UK newspapers experienced double digit declines of up to 22% in advertising spend, the first quarter in 2018 reveals some changes: The Daily Mirror delivered a 2.8% print ad […]
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This Newsworks article highlights how The Telegraph newspaper partnered with Mastercard to create an immersive storytelling experience for its readers through the AMP Stories format.
Roy Morgan’s Single Source survey of 50,014 Australians aged 14+ shows that 80% of the population read or access newspapers, in an average 7 day period, via print or online […]
At the recently held INMA Media Subscriptions Summit in London, the INMA released this report, which unpacks the case studies, presentations and questions discussed.
This PrintPower article, A picture tells 110 words, contrasts print in a digital world.
Last year, 46% of the total US adult population still read the news in print exclusively. Gary Meo is Senior Vice President and Sales Director, Newspaper Media at Nielsen Scarborough […]
A recent study by ebiquity: Re-Evaluating Media Research, “found that newspapers’ performance outperform marketers’ perceptions” of the channel’s inherent strengths. It is good news that print media enjoys higher levels of […]
This market research update from Roy Morgan shows that 27.9% Australians prefer radio for breakfast. It also shows that reading a print or online newspaper is a favourite breakfast time […]
Jeremy Maggs, of Tiso Blackstar’s The Redzone, revisits the inherent attributes of print: In this Business Live article, Maggs writes that the South African magazine market remains durable as readers report magazine […]
The definitive guide to the global newspaper industry, in numbers, trends and changes.