Jamie Gavin

Jamie Gavin September 2016 ()

Jamie Gavin is managing director of inPress Online.

  • How this magazine re-engineered itself to the point of becoming a global licensing play In this exclusive video interview for FIPP, Ilkka O. Lavas, publisher and senior partner for Finnish publishing house City Digital OY, explains the process involved in transitioning a lagging legacy print brand into a thriving digital publication, and going beyond to create an international software licensing solution. 19th Apr 2017 MagWorld
  • Only four months old, Gentner's new vertical pureplay powers towards initial targets Launched in October 2016, haustec.de is a special interest title with a well-defined target audience, setting out to become the online portal for the building and façade technology industries in Germany. Here, we look at how this ambitious digital pure-play has been launched and implemented by a previously print-dominated publisher. 17th Apr 2017 MagWorld
  • Nintendo Switch: how a 127yr old playing card publisher became a multi-platform pioneer The Nintendo Switch received its global launch earlier this month to much adulation from the tech and gaming press. The machine’s multi-platform focus means that the very hardware on which it functions triples as 3-devices-in-1: a home console, a tablet, and a mobile gaming device. With a high focus on legacy brands, exclusive content and multi-platform engagement, it’s an innovation that offers an alternative insight into a successful digital publishing strategy in 2017. 5th Apr 2017 MagWorld
  • Condé Nast and Joe Media on creating a sustainable video strategy Getting online video right can bring lucrative revenue streams to publishers, and is often cited by as a key area for growth. But as more established media owners make the leap from written word to moving images, the challenges involved with monetising online video – and making that monetisation sustainable – are becoming ever clearer. 2nd Apr 2017 MagWorld
  • Five media tech trends from March With so many innovations and announcements now taking place in our industry on a daily basis, it can sometimes seem difficult to keep track. Here, FIPP takes a look at five of the highest trending topics from throughout the media-tech sector in the month of March. 31st Mar 2017 MagWorld
  • BBC Worldwide on its exclusive content partnership deal with Snapchat

    BBC Worldwide is the latest high profile media brand to create exclusive content for Snapchat. Here, in this exclusive interview for FIPP, Daniel Winner, Director of Digital Partnerships at BBC Worldwide, talks us through the intricacies of the partnership, the potential benefits it brings, and how this development feeds into the Company’s wider new media strategy.

    3rd Mar 2017 MagWorld
  • Publishers ‘missing out on huge tech R&D investments made around them’

    R&D budgets play a huge part in the advancement of digital publishing, as does the development of new technology platforms and services. However, there still exists greater opportunity for collaboration between traditional media companies and the emerging technology platforms that are increasingly helping to deliver content online.

    28th Feb 2017 MagWorld
  • Three industry insiders on journalism in 2017 With fake news, ‘alternative facts’, and unverified reporting making the headlines the traditional journalist-reader relationship is under scrutiny like never before at the start of 2017. Indeed, this discourse is not limited to the news media.  3rd Feb 2017 MagWorld
  • Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages Project shows strong results for publishers

    Google recently celebrated the first anniversary of its Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Project with some strong results for publishers. The Washington Post increased returning users by 23 per cent, Wired increased click-through rates from search results by 25 per cent, and Gizmodo gained a 50 per cent increase in impressions per pageview. During this time, the project has seen more than 700,000 websites together create 600m+ ‘AMP’d’ pages.

    26th Jan 2017 Insight News
  • The problem with live video Last month Instagram added live video capabilities to its ever strengthening arsenal of features. The move was seen by many as another step forward in the Facebook-owned platform’s battle against Snapchat and its ephemeral appeal. But for brands this latest strive forward in consumer-to-consumer technology is just another example of social platforms cutting out the corporate side. In other words the on-going march of social media away from public sharing and back towards private messaging is making it harder than ever before for brands to be seen online. 20th Dec 2016 MagWorld


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