Saturday, November 23, 2019

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As print falters, Marie Claire UK goes all in with eCommerce

As part of our series exploring publishers’ eCommerce efforts for our latest report, Damian Radcliffe charts Marie Claire’s journey into salons, stores and more. Originally launched in France in 1937, Marie Claire has expanded into a global brand. According to the milestones shared on their Facebook page, the US edition launched in 1994, with international…

BERT update, Google Discover and more: SEO novelties publishers need to know about

The world of SEO is very dynamic and fast-paced. Everybody knows that in order to rank high and ensure great visibility in search, you need to be agile, well-informed, and quick on your feet. We wrote a comprehensive guide on newsroom SEO a little while ago, so make sure you read it through, if you haven’t already.…

“A few key deals can completely reshape our industry”: M&A increasingly important to publishers looking for growth

Jonah Peretti, founder of BuzzFeed, had floated the idea of a mega-merger of publishers last year. He mused that if Vice, Vox Media, Group Nine and Refinery joined hands to create a bigger media group, they would have better bargaining power with the duopoly.  “If BuzzFeed and five of the other biggest companies were combined…

Q&A: Peer39, understanding audiences through context

Peer39 is an independent data company that provides the largest cookie-free data set available in the digital advertising ecosystem. Brands, agencies, and publishers use Peer39’s semantic analysis engine to provide a holistic understanding of page content, meaning, sentiment and quality. WNIP caught up with Mario Diez, Peer39’s CEO, to find out more… Can you give…

Key differences between the CCPA and GDPR that publishers need to know

Opinion Digital publishing involves collecting and processing personal data to improve content distribution, targeting and personalization.  This data processing may subject publishers to comply with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) or the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), two laws that derive from California and Europe, but affect businesses wherever they are based in the…

Will 5G define the future of news reporting? The Post is betting on it.

AT&T will bring 5G technology to The Post’s newsroom, reporters out in the field. The Washington Post today announced plans to work with AT&T to bring 5G technologies to The Washington Post newsroom and to explore how The Post can use 5G in their coverage of the 2020 presidential election and other top news events…

Bo Sacks: I think this is the new golden age of publishing

As a rule I don’t believe in coincidences. So when you put together in the same month four separate corporate decisions, it could present an overall pattern that can be misinterpreted. Here is who announced what: Sappi Paper is halting its stock dividends Quadgraphics is cutting their stock dividends in half Meredith Corporation announced it…

Optimism shoots up by 31% as revenues from online video and subscriptions grow: AOP/Deloitte report

Revenue from online video and subscriptions is growing, despite an overall reduction in digital publishing revenues in Q2 2019, according to the latest Digital Publishers Revenue Index (DPRI), a quarterly report on UK publishing from the Association for Online Publishing (AOP) and Deloitte. DPRI highlights: Online video and subscriptions saw increases of 20% and 14%…

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1pm Arsenal news LIVE: Emery shocked by Poch sacking, Pepe fit to face Saints, Torreira wanted by Milan

ARSENAL are preparing for the visit of Southampton when Premier League football returns this weekend. And boss Unai Emery and his struggling Gunners have not picked up a win in their last five matches in all competitions. Yet, he will not be getting replaced by fellow countryman Luis Enrique after he rejoined Spain – while…
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Deontay Wilder’s incredible gut-busting diet revealed including steaks, pancakes and EGG MCMUFFINS ahead of Ortiz fight

DEONTAY WILDER has revealed his gut-busting diet that includes steaks, pancakes and EGG MCMUFFINS. The WBC champion, 34, defends his title against Cuban southpaw Luis Ortiz, 40, for the second time, this Saturday. Deontay Wilder revealed he eats an Egg McMuffin during training campAnd ahead of the Las Vegas clash, Wilder – who ditches long…

1pm Tottenham news LIVE: Mourinho targeting Ibrahimovic, Jose wants three players in Jan, Pochettino son quits

JOSE MOURINHO has given his first press conference as Spurs boss. The Portuguese signed up for Tottenham yesterday after a whirlwind 12 hours which saw Mauricio Pochettino getting the boot. Find out what the Special One said and get all the latest Spurs news here…  

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