Time Out London goes free tomorrow, Tuesday. The advertisers think 300,000 freely distributed in the core of London better than 55,000, and declining, paying for it. The first free issue will be 80 pages, up from the normal 72 to give space for more ads. Not that Time Out’s current website says so. Time Out
Here’s a conspiracy. Silvio Berlusconi is behind the revelation of Kate Middleton’s upper half in France and Italy. He owns both magazines carrying the photos, Closer in France and Chi in Italy through Mondadori. He owns the mags His representatives say that the Italian media mogul had nothing to do with it. But as Mandy
So, farewell Bob Heller, aged 80. Bob made journalism about business, particularly management, into a real “profession”. He was the founder editor of Management Today. A prolific and clear writer. And a recruiter of talent. Among the talent he recruited was Nick Newman, now plying his trade as a great cartoonist and as a satirist.
What do you do about your online archive which has stories which are now out of date? For example, a company went under and you wrote the story. Now it has been revived but the search engines keep delivering that old article. Drastic measure The drastic measure is to take it out of your archive
Buried in the detail of the latest ABCs for magazines was the interesting detail of digital subs. Hearst is the winner with 4 digital mags in the top 11. Conde Nast has 2, The Economist had 2: the continental Europe edition and the Asia Pacific edition. As for the paper editions, total circulation was down