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Jamie Gavin

Jamie Gavin September 2016 ()

Jamie Gavin is managing director of inPress Online.

  • Millennials no more: The Week Junior and AwesomenessTV on engaging younger audiences While the industry continues its pursuit of ‘millennials’, the generation of media consumers coming up behind them is still to a large extent being overlooked. Here, Kerin O’Connor from The Week Junior, and Kelly Day from AwesomenessTV, give us their take on how publishers can better understand even younger audiences.  28th Jun 2017 MagWorld
  • Four industry experts share insights on innovating live events Live events are a rapidly growing revenue source for publishers, but as the field becomes ever more competitive event organisers need to be nimble, creative and innovative to remain on top of the game. Here, we combine the insights of four leading industry experts on developments within the sector. 25th Jun 2017 MagWorld
  • Geoff Ramsey on the most impactful media-tech trends today One of eMarketer’s latest reports shows that the voice assistant sector has grown significantly more rapidly than first predicted by analysts when the Amazon Echo was launched back in 2015. It’s a sector of media tech that is currently of great interest to publishers, and another good example of the rich insights that the now 21yr old eMarketer continues to provide to the industry at large across digital marketing, media and ecommerce. 23rd Jun 2017 MagWorld
  • Video, loyalty, and depth: How NBC is building bridges to a digital future Moritz Gimbel is head of product for the NBC News Digital Group, a part of NBC Universal Media. Earlier this year he spoke at the Digital Innovators Summit (DIS) in Berlin, where we asked him how the 80yr old broadcast brand aims to transition itself into a serious digital player. 23rd Jun 2017 MagWorld
  • NowThis on reaching millennials through native social content Founded just four years ago with a firm focus on online video, NowThis is a modern, millennial-focussed digital news brand that attempts to build rapport with users via social. We recently caught up with the president of NowThis, Athan Stephanopoulos, to find out a little more about how the company is building its young audience of 18-34yr olds. 22nd Jun 2017 MagWorld
  • A 'robot' attended DIS. We interviewed him... With artificial intelligence and machine learning increasingly dominating the media-tech conversation in 2017, we weren’t too surprised to find a “robot” in attendance at the Digital Innovators Summit (DIS) earlier this year. We spoke to him about, among other things, attending live events in machine form. See the video and hear and/or read what he said... 7th Jun 2017 MagWorld
  • Five media tech trends from May: AI, VR, Snapchat, Chrome ad-blocker, and subscriptions Artificial intelligence continues to grow, while reports say virtual reality is stalling. Google held its annual developer conference in May, and at the PPA Festival in the UK, subscription based publishing models were back in fashion. It’s all included in our May media-tech round-up here. 2nd Jun 2017 MagWorld
  • Five industry experts give their insights into emerging subscription models Subscription based media models are very much back at the forefront of the UK industry’s thoughts, as was made clear during the recent UK Professional Publishers Association (PPA) Festival in London. Here, we’ve combined the insights of five industry experts who spoke on the subject at the event from leading brands including Centaur, IHS Markit, Financial Times, Campaign, and Time Inc. 29th May 2017 MagWorld
  • Transitioning to digital when print still pays the bills For most publishers, transitioning from print to digital is the essential change. But when print magazines remain the most profitable part of your business, it can be important to balance evolution rationally in order not to lose the print cash cow. Here, we talk to Danish company, Bonnier Publications, about walking that very path. 25th May 2017 MagWorld
  • The Immediate Media Co story: from starting up to being acquired by Burda Earlier this month at the PPA Festival, Barry Mcllheney of the UK Publishers Association sat down with Immediate Media Co’s CEO, Tom Bureau, who talked about the journey from starting Immediate to being acquired by German-based publisher, Hubert Burda.  24th May 2017 MagWorld

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