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100-second pitch: Holmen Paper Rikard Wallin presents a 100-second pitch for Holmen Paper at FIPP Middle East & Africa, 10-11 February 2016, Dubai, UAE.
Innovation 2015 Chapter Extract: Offbeat - Can print surprise and delight? In 2014, print publishers printed on paper towels and bananas, embedded digital devices and coffee cups. This Offbeat chapter extract with extra BONUS material to the print edition of Innovation in Magazine Media 2015-2016 World Report investigates.
Proof of Performance v2: Making the case for magazine media - Chapter 3 The impact of ads in print
Connected Consumers 2: Amanda Wiggington, Director of Insight, Time Inc, UK Speaker presentation from the FIPP Insight Forum 2015 held 18-19 May 2015 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Auto Bild Tablet Study, Axel Springer, Germany Awards entry for the FIPP Insight Awards 2015, full submission. The advertising impact of in-app tablet ads compared with print and websites.
Proof of Performance v2: Making the case for magazine media - Chapter 2 Consumers' use of magazines in print
Proof of Performance v2: Making the case for magazine media - Chapter 1 Connected consumers and the 24/7 medium
Innovation 2014 chapter extract: Print Innovation - Tangible is cool again In the face of years of scene-stealing digital innovation, print publishers continue to quietly find new, exciting, successful and lucrative innovations of their own. An extract from FIPP's Innovations in Magazine Media 2014 World Report.
Distripress Circulation Monitor: September 2014 David Owen, Distripress and Jim Bilton, Wessenden Marketing report on the global economic outlook and paid for press trends. Cross-border distribution and home market dynamics.
The Evolution of Newspaper and Magazine Brands in the Digital Age Lynne Robinson and Belinda Beeftink of IPA present a paper to examine various aspects of the evolution of newspapers and magazine brands in Great Britain since 2006, using the first four TouchPoint Surveys as the basis of the analysis.
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