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Obama would win the US elections if they were held in eight other countries

October 27, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Barack Obama and John McCain. Photo: Wired BlogIs not it a somewhat crazy idea? Canadian daily newspaper La Presse invited the leading titles from many countries of the world to make a poll about US presidential candidates. Seven newspapers followed. The result: Obama would win everywhere. Read more

INMA poll: Marlena Jezierska, Agora, on the future of classified advertising in print

October 26, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Marlena Jezierska, head of real estate verticals at Agora, Poland, answers the question: In which year do you think the last classified ad will be printed on paper? Read more

INMA poll: Geert Spapen, De Persgroep, on the future of classified advertising in print

October 26, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Geert Spapen, Group Manager for the Classified Business Unit at De Persgroep in Belgium, answers to our question: When do you think the last classified ad will be printed on paper? Read more

INMA poll: George Zafolias, Naftenporiki, on the future of classified advertising in print

October 26, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

George Zafolias, New Media Supervisor at Nafrenporiki in Greece, answers the question: In which year do you think the last classified ad will be printed on paper? Read more

INMA poll: Gerald Coniel, Junk Mail, on the future of classified advertising in print

October 26, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

“Brands in classified advertising business are less and less important,” says Gerald Coniel, CEO of Junk Mail in South Africa. “Young people search when they want to find anything on the net.” Read more

INMA poll: Guillermo Schmitt, Segodnya Multimedia, on the future of classified advertising in print

October 26, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Guillermo Schmitt, CEO of Segodnya Multimedia, Ukraine, talks about how long he thinks the classified ads will be published in print in his country. Read more

INMA poll: John Wilpers, Innovation, on sins of newspapers

October 13, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

John Wilpers, consultant at Innovation International Media Consulting Group (USA), talks about deadly sins of today’s newspapers. Read more

INMA poll: Annabel Hembry, Associated Newspapers, on sins of newspapers

October 13, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Annabel Hembry, Head of Communications at Associated Newspapers (Daily Mail, Mail on Sunday, Evening Standard and Metro UK), United Kingdom, talks about deadly sins of today’s newspapers. Read more

INMA poll: Earl J. Wilkinson, INMA, on sins of newspapers

October 13, 2008 by · 1 Comment 

Earl J. Wilkinson, Executive Director, International Newsmedia Marketing Association (USA), talks about deadly sins of today’s newspapers. Read more

INMA poll: Juan Antonio Giner, Innovation, on sins of newspapers

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Juan Antonio Giner, Partner-Director at Innovation International Media Consulting (USA), talks about deadly sins of today’s newspapers. Read more

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