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  • Australia’s longest-running beekeeping magazine looks to the future

    Continuous production over 122 years, only eight editors, and readers that have subscribed for over 30 years. The Australasian Beekeeper Editor Des Cannon talks to NPN about the magazine’s long history, and how it has adapted to a changing reader demographic following the recent surge in hobbyist beekeeping in Australia. More

  • Why we should be talking about the transformation of publishing, not its decline

    The closure of News Corp print titles, and the subsequent closure of many of Bauer Media’s titles after its sale to a private equity firm, has left some in Australia’s media industry claiming that publishing is dead. NPN speaks with media consultant John Blondin about why the current market presents opportunities for the publishers that understand the economic environment and how it impacts their business. More

  • Dataconomy

    Dataconomy’s Elena Poughia: our rule is ‘audience comes first’

    Audience engagement expert Bibblio is shining a spotlight on the many multi-platform magazine publishers that are thriving via its “Vertical Heroes” series of interviews. Here, Bibblio Co-Founder Mads Holmen speaks with Dataconomy CEO and Founder Elena Poughia about how to dedicate content to answering your audience’s questions, Dataconomy’s events, and how the publisher works with sponsored content. More

  • Q&A with Cara Wagstaff, Associate Publisher, Signature Media

    “While Australia was in lockdown, we used the time twofold: to ensure our product offerings are as strong as possible, and to talk to our clients to better understand their needs going forward. Now, as the travel market does begin to return, we’re in a strong position to deliver successful campaigns for our advertisers.” Signature Media Associate Publisher Cara Wagstaff talks about how the travel publisher has supported its readers and clients through the COVID-19 lockdown. More

  • Q&A with Rob Gallagher, CEO, Emprise Group

    “What do publishers do really well? They produce amazing content on a subject that they’re experts at. And that’s not where the priorities have been for a lot of businesses over the last few years. The investment isn’t going into the content production it’s going into the platform.” Emprise Group Holdings CEO Rob Gallagher gets to the bottom of how the publishing industry needs to change to be successful into the future. More

  • Momentum Media Alex Whitlock

    Q&A with Alex Whitlock, Director, Momentum Media

    “Our short term goal never changes. Internally for us, it is to challenge, to question, to explore, to seek innovation, never to view one particular line of communication as being the one that will endure forever.” Momentum Media Director Alex Whitlock explains the company’s approach to change and how it articulated the value of niche media to its clients. More

  • Momentum Media’s quick pivot to virtual events

    Behind Momentum Media’s quick pivot to virtual events

    “I personally think that there is a fresher, more edgy, more granular way to go about doing events.” Momentum Media Director Alex Whitlock explains how the company has pivoted quickly its in-person events to provide added value to its audience and clients since the COVID-19 pandemic. More

  • Q&A with John Murphy, CEO, Prime Creative Media

    “B2B done well has historically focused on supporting industries and companies. It’s been our guiding purpose at Prime Creative Media, and as a result our commercial model is remaining strong, even in these tough times.” Prime Creative Media CEO John Murphy explains why the B2B publishing industry will emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic stronger than ever before. More

  • Executive Media

    Q&A with Mike Haratsis, Director, Executive Media

    “During this crisis, we’ve seen how important B2B magazines really are so that organisations are able to communicate with their members during such a critical time.” Executive Media Director Mike Haratsis talks about how the publishing house is navigating the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. More

  • Annie Ferguson talks Great Southern Press client relationships

    Q&A with Annie Ferguson, Great Southern Press, CEO

    “Our strength as a business has always been our relationships with our customers, and our thorough understanding of their businesses, their challenges, and their goals for growth.” Great Southern Press CEO Annie Ferguson talks about the impact of COVID-19 on its business and client relationships. More

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