Digital trends for publishers – perspectives from Israel

March 13, 2012 by · 1 Comment 

During the Digital Innovators’ Summit in Berlin, Daniel Cohen, Partner, Gemini Fund briefly covered the Israel startup environment and some of the current trends he is seeing as it relates to new startups and innovation. Read more

Strategic overview of Future’s digital development

March 12, 2012 by · 1 Comment 

Mark WoodMark Wood, the CEO of Future (UK) showed during the Digital Innovators’ Summit in Berlin the strategic overview of his company’s digital development. Read more

Print is Dead, Long Live Print!

October 23, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

This Autumn is rich in terms of interesting conferences for newsmedia companies. Those who haven’t done so already, we encourage to look closely at the programme of the upcoming conference in Oxford organised by INNOVATION Media Consulting. Read more

Is this a breakthrough year for the newspublishers?

October 8, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

The new surge in sales of electronic readers for books, notably ‘tablets’, and the multiplication of mobile devices with easy and comfortable access to news sites, has given a new lease of life to the idea that wireless platforms may yet take a central role in news publishing. During this session at the World Editors Forum in Hamburg current newspaper experiments in publishing on such devices were examined by Chris Ahearn (President of Media, Thomson Reuters),Alfredo Triviño (Director of Creative Projects, News International, UK), and Annemarie Kirk (digital business development manager, Berlingske Media, Denmark) Read more

Does iPad really offer a second life to newspapers?

October 7, 2010 by · 1 Comment 

Juan Senor During the 2010 World Editors Forum in Hamburg, Juan Senor from the Innovation Media Group, presented ideas of the newspaper of the future, and what the publishers should focus on while building the business models. Read the summary of this extremely interesting presentation below. Read more

Tablets: a new hype or a great opportunity?

October 3, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Diego Cenzano Tablet and mobile apps and how the Internet will never be the same again. At the INMA/OPA Europe Conference in Krakow, Diego Cenzano, CEO of Biko and Innovation Consultant, Spain gave great advices of what publishers should focus on while planning their tablet strategies. Read more

Paid for content? Web-TV? They’ve got it all at Schibsted

September 30, 2010 by · 1 Comment 

Kalle JungkvistKalle Jungkvist, the Senior Advisor at Schibsted, Norway spoke during the INMA/OPA Europe conference about the secrets behind their successful strategic choices. The most popular strategic choices every publisher nowadays faces deal with how to monetize the content on digital media. Schibsted seems to know the answer. Read more

Thinking about your reader is the key to success (Verlag Dierichs)

September 30, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Harold GronkeHarold Grönke, the general manager of Verlag Dierichs in Kassel, Germany, shared with the INMA/OPA Europe Conference attendees the secrets of the well-established and growing media group. The Hessisch-Niedersächsische Allgemeine has a 170.000 circulation with 16 local editions daily. Read more

AdTaily – when a reader becomes an advertiser

September 30, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Jakub KrzychJakub Krzych is the man who stands behind – one of the 20 most innovative startups in Europe, according to CNBC. The platform was also called the most democratising promise of online advertising. Jakub introduced the guests of INMA/OPA Europe conference to the idea of the new online advertising system – AdTaily. Read more

EU president to INMA/OPA delegates: vibrant media vital to the democracy

September 27, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Herman Van Rompuy (photo source:“A vibrant and pluralist media is vital to the functioning of democracy, and it is good that you are examining together, on a Europe-wide basis, the current and future challenges facing the media”, writes Herman Van Rompuy, the President of the European Council. Read more