Yesterday evening, a group of some of the most influential people in UK publishing braved the temperamental British weather to discuss the publishing industry with Bo Sacks; a publishing and media guru from America.
Bo Sacks has been in publishing since 1970, and lays claim to authoring the longest-running e-newsletter in the world: "Heard on the Web: Media Intelligence". This daily newsletter covers the good, bad and ugly news about the industry, with detailed commentary on statistics and insightful opinion pieces from around the publishing world.
For your average woman, Lena Dunham is relatable on so many levels. She's a total mess, slightly overweight and she doesn't really give a rat's arse.
Be it print or digital publishing, you're still only as good as your last story...
When I was a daily newspaper reporter, nothing was truer than the cliché ‘you are only as good as your last story’. In the newsroom of The Daily Mail, every reporter’s stock rose and fell on a daily basis depending on whom they had scooped, or been scooped by
the daily mail,