MPA Daily News Roundup

Each weekday, MPA distributes the popular Daily News Roundup e-newsletter to members, filled with curated industry news and member announcements. Below is the latest Web version of the Daily News Roundup e-newsletter.

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November 14, 2019

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MPA's Biennial Research Symposium Returns on December 4th!

Register today for the recap of the groundbreaking research presented at the recent International Publishing and Data Conference in Lisbon. This must-attend event will provide actionable insights on topics such as brand measurement across platforms, advertising effectiveness, revenue models and more. Register now.

After Chasing Scale, Hearst Is Doubling Down on Influence
Over the last number of years, Hearst and other major magazine media companies have been chasing scale. Magazine media companies all wanted to be big, explained Brooke Siegel, VP of Content at Hearst. Siegel, who oversees 25+ brands at Hearst, spoke about how Hearst is optimising content at FIPP World Media Congress in Las Vegas, on 12 November.

Learning from Trusted Media Brands Transformation into a Multi-Platform Company
Bonnie Kintzer, CEO of Trusted Media Brands, USA, outlined the company's path to success over the last six years and the seven steps she now finds pertinent to transformation, during the opening session of the 42nd FIPP World Media Congress, taking place at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas, 12 November. 

The New Yorker Airs Borderlands Documentary
"Borderlands" is the latest video partnership between 'The New Yorker' and the Van Alen Institute. 

The Influencer Scientists Debunking Online Misinformation 
A lot of the hacks and diets on social media are bogus, or even dangerous. These fact-checkers are using YouTube and Instagram to battle bad info.

Big Tech Spotting Potential of Digital News Subscriptions 
Big tech companies have spotted the potential and are already stepping into the space of paid digital news and magazine subscriptions.

Independent and Print First - the Monocle Strategy
Contrary to what most magazine brands are trying to achieve, deliberately not developing a dedicated digital format for the iconic Monocle magazine remains part of the Monocle brand strategy, delegates to the 42nd FIPP World Media Congress in Las Vegas learnt.

People Still Buy Food Content’: What Food Media Is Doing Right in Finding Sustainable Models
What these publishers are doing isn’t just for covering food but can apply to any modern media business looking for growth.

 

 

 

MPA's Biennial Research Symposium | December 4

 

 


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