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Mail Online ads up 49% to generate third of Daily Mail's ad revenues

Growth in digital ad revenues at Mail Online more than offset falls at the Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday newspapers in the last quarter, generating a third of the newsbrand's ad revenues at £15m.


Old faces bid for control of new media economy

Power plays by Rupert Murdoch and John Malone driven by threat from digital upstarts, not just egos. By Maisie McCabe.


Thing we like: BBC Worldwide's strong returns

Proof that quality TV/video content is in greater demand than ever came from the BBC this week, when its commercial arm revealed that Sherlock (pictured) has been licensed to 224 territories. The success of Benedict Cumberbatch s modern take on our...


NRS is ready to build for a new future: Calls for 'media producers' to be differentiated from aggregators

Following Campaign's revelation that the NPA has started a review of its requirements for audience measurement this month, Simon Redican, chief executive of the National Readership Survey explains why after a 56 year partnership, the company welcomes...


Independent's digest i launches own website i100

ESI Media, home to The Independent and Evening Standard newsbrands, has launched an interactive audience-led website for its successful i newspaper,


Newspaper ABCs: Digital figures for June 2014

There were strong rises for many UK newspaper websites in June, led by double-digit growth for both The Telegraph and Independent sites.


Things We Like: George Clooney's spat with the Daily Mail

Some things in the media business we liked in the week up to 18 July, and one thing we didn't...


News brands are keen to set the agenda, but it is a time for collaboration

"The NRS in its current form no longer serves newspaper needs." Not my words but those of Bob Hulks, the ex-independent chairman of the Newspaper Publishers Association Review Group, speaking at the Media Research Group conference back in 1998.


Newspapers throw the future of NRS in doubt

The press is reviewing its relationship with the measurement body as it seeks a system for the digital age. By Arif Durrani.


Mail Newspapers appoints Andrea Harris to lead commercial partnerships

Mail Newspapers has appointed Andrea Harris to the new role of commercial head of partnerships, as the publisher seeks to tap into the burgeoning interest in branded content and new content solutions.


MEC's Store becomes CEO of Guardian US

Guardian News & Media (GNM) has appointed MEC executive Eamonn Store as chief executive of Guardian US, the New York-based US digital operation.


Newspaper ABCs: Print circulations for June 2014

The latest circulation figures from the Audit Bureau of Circulations for June 2014.


Standard's Andrew Mullins moves to Informa

Andrew Mullins, the managing director of the London Evening Standard and Independent Print Limited, is moving to be a divisional chief executive at Informa, the events and publishing company.


Metro launches creative review

Metro, the free daily newspaper owned by Daily Mail and General Trust, is reviewing its advertising account.


Pemsel's mission to bring back The Guardian's mojo is showing some success

There is one hell of a swagger around The Guardian's Kings Place this week, and it belongs, of course, to David Pemsel.


Things we like: SMG taking over Turnmills, Stationer's report, Absolute Radio

Some things in the media business we liked in the week up to 11 July, and one thing we didn't....


Publishers rethink audience system

Newspaper publishers are pushing for a new audience measurement system that better reflects their cross-platform audiences and engagement in a dramatic move that could see newspaper brands withdraw from the National Readership Survey, the industry st...


Enmity, amity and Pats: how peace has broken out in newsbrands

The newspaper business took a major leap forward this month with the launch of a commercial transaction system designed to enable cross-platform sell, says Rufus Olins, chief executive of Newsworks.


Guardian's commercial leader on adapting to the changing face of ROI

There is an increasing need to show a direct correlation between a piece of marketing activity and sales, and media companies like The Guardian are adapting to it, says its commercial director, Nick Hewat.


Guardian plotting English language launch in India

The Guardian's open, digital journalism has plenty more room for growth, including plans to launch in India, according to deputy chief executive David Pemsel - just don't mention GQ's Michael Wolff.


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