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Unmissable Digital Publishing Events this Autumn

Posted by Esther Kezia Harding on Aug 9, 2014 11:52:49 AM

*Looking for this year's unmissable Digital Publishing Events? Check out Digital Publishing Events this Autumn 2015!

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The lie about twitter and digital publishing

Posted by Daisy Ware-Jarrett on Aug 4, 2014 11:19:23 AM

Since Twitter's launch in 2006, an influx of moral panic has been circulating in the media in regards to digital publishing and how it's affecting readers attention spans...

There is a general insistence that, because of social networking sites like Twitter and digital publishing's instantaneous nature, the public are less-inclined to read a lengthy piece of text.

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Topics: modern, online, problems in digital publishing, social media, technology, twitter, 21st century, attention spans shortening, Blog, Comment, debate, digital publishing, health, magazine, media, newspaper, page lizard, publishing

Are we in a digital publishing recession?

Posted by Graham Duffill on Apr 10, 2014 5:33:27 PM

At The London Book Fair this week I had the feeling that the world is entering a digital publishing downturn.

London Book Fair 2014
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Topics: lizard, modern, online, pdf, recession, technology, android, app, apple, Blog, Comment, creative, debate, design, digital, downturn, ebook, editing, interactive, ios, ipad, issues, journal, magazine, media, newspaper, page lizard, publications, publishing

Is it all over for the PDF in digital publishing?

Posted by Graham Duffill on Mar 5, 2014 4:07:44 PM

At last week's Publishing and Media Expo in London  I was involved in a panel debate discussing whether clever apps had finally consigned the PDF to the dustbin for digital publishing.

Brett Lewis, Group Creative Director of IPC Media argued that the PDF still had its place and that many IPC magazine readers were still happy to get their publications in print-replica format. He backed-up his claim with stats from the iTunes stores showing that, although clever apps dominated the digital magazines best-seller lists, some 'page-turners' were still near the top.

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Topics: IPC Media, online, pdf, Specle, Technology, technology, TES, The Times Educational Supplement, Tom Beckenham, topical, all over for PDF, Blog, Brett Lewis, current, debate, digital, digital publishing, ebook, editing, Group Creative Director of IPC Media, interactive, issues, journal, magazine, media, newspaper, page lizard, publications, publishing, Publishing and Media Expo in London

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