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Publishers name date for audience measurement RFP

Timings of the review of audience measurement for published media brands have been announced, with the aim of introducing a new system by early 2016.

 

Time Out to launch in six cities, starting with Manchester

Time Out plans to launch six online editions of its lifestyle brand to serve people in Manchester, Edinburgh, Leeds, Glasgow, Bristol and Birmingham.

 

Wildman is bringing some much-needed optimism back to the press industry

"We finally have milk in the kitchen," a Trinity Mirror sales executive says; three months into his role of chief revenue officer, James Wildman is starting to make an impact.

 

Channel 5's record figures lift Northern & Shell into profit

Northern & Shell, the owner of Express Newspapers and OK magazine, reported a pre-tax profit of £43.9 million in 2013, up from £20.1 million pre-tax loss in 2012 after record figures at Channel 5.

 

Founder's spirit will live on at Dennis, Tye insists

The publisher is continuing to grow the business - as well as trees - just as the late Felix Dennis would have wanted, its chief executive tells David Benady.

 

Haymarket launches Campaign in the US

Haymarket Media Group is launching its leading advertising and marketing title, Campaign, in the US.

 

BBC Good Food celebrates 25 years

BBC Good Food is celebrating its 25th anniversary in October with a new logo and a claim to be the UK's biggest magazine media brand by reach.

 

Things we like: UM creating Jack Rocks, Netflix push, Boris and News UK

Some things in the media business we liked in the week up to 19 September, and one thing we didn't...

 

Sorrell warns of Scotland becoming an 'outlier' and the UK 'diminished' by a Yes vote

If Scotland votes yes to independence tomorrow, its major cities would become outliers, London will become more of a competitor for business and the remaining UK will be diminished, warned Martin Sorrell, chief executive and founder of WPP.

 

News UK's Style magazine attracts £1m worth ads for Fashion Week

As further evidence of London Fashion Week's boost to media, The Sunday Times' Style magazine is set to publish its biggest ever issue on Sunday (14th September), running at 172 pages and more than £1 million worth of ad revenues.

 

Things we like: Stylist publishing a £600k fashion special

Some things in the media business we liked in the week up to 12 September, and one thing we didn't...

 

Stylist publishes £600k fashion special

Stylist, the free weekly magazine, is set to publish its largest ever issue tomorrow ahead of London's Fashion Week, including more than 100 pages of ads worth more than £600,000.

 

IPC Media rebrands to Time Inc UK

Time Inc has rebranded IPC Media, the publisher of Marie Claire and What's on TV, to Time Inc UK.

 

IPC Media rebrands as Time Inc UK to 'foster greater collaboration'

Time Inc is rebranding its wholly-owned magazine publishing arm IPC Media to Time Inc UK, as part of a move to "foster greater collaboration" between its UK and US operations.

 

Morgan exploits gap in market for home style

The Style at Home editor tells Maisie McCabe how the IPC success story has grown from a 'cupboard project' to a magazine selling 100,000 copies a month in three years.

 

Vice Media valued at $2.5bn after second investment

Vice Media has landed a second $250 million (£152.0 million) investment to fuel its global expansion.

 

What have you missed this summer?

It feels like people have switched off more than ever this summer, so here's your brief digest on what you might have missed.

 

Monocle valued at $115m as Tyler Brûlé sells minority stake to Japanese media company

Monocle has sold a stake to the Japanese media company Nikkei, as the two companies enter into a strategic partnership.

 

Newsworks hires Jed Glanvill to oversee audience review

Jed Glanvill, the former chief executive of Mindshare, has been appointed to oversee the audience measurement review initiated by Newsworks.

 

ABCs hint at consolidation ahead for women's titles

Although the overall sector performed poorly, the traditional, more upmarket magazines are faring well. By Jane Wolfson.

 
 

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