Monthly Archives: May 2011

Paid for Comment, Part Four.

Our editor got stuck in Iceland (not Kerry Katona’s hangout – the country) hence we went a little quiet. He’s OK, a little shaken and looks like he’s come out of a Laurel and Hardy explosion. In the meantime I snuck out to a media exhibition for small and specialist publishers to share ideas and

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Paid for Comment, Part Three

We filmed at the PPA’s annual Publishing conference on May 4th. If ever there was a bunch of people looking for a break then there were 526 of them, about an A4 expense sheet away from Westminster Bridge. The Professional Publishing Industry loves a bullet point and, not to disappoint, here are our conclusions:- –

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Paid for Comment, Part Two.

Would you credit it, it’s like the number 19 bus. You wait ages for a decent revenue model to come your way and then 4 come along at the some time!   On the face of it, publishing is in a state of psychosis. After 40-50 years of a very comfortable run, brimful of confidence,

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