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Australian magazine publishers are struggling to break through with media agencies in the digital age – but according to industry experts, the future can still be bright if publishers are willing to make some changes.

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LONDON: Private Eye, the fortnightly satirical magazine, has emerged as the most-read news and current affairs title in the UK, according to the latest circulation figures.

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This article explains how magazines have adapted, redefined and reestablished themselves in an age where digital media has caused significant disruption.

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This article provides a best practice guide to using magazine media, which offer marketers highly engaged consumers through the provision of professionally edited, original content – across an array of platforms – focussed on a particular passion point.

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This article details how audience measurement methodologies are adapting to the growth of digital access in a range of media, including TV, radio, print and out of home.

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Publishers are struggling to adapt their business models to the demands of the digital age, except when it comes to children, for whom the publishing industry is flourishing.

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This event report explains how NME, the music magazine, has adapted to the digital age by focusing on digital and making its print magazine free.

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This event report covers publishers' tactics for overcoming the internet's undoing of demographics and curation, and how, where, and why content should be served.

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This event report shows how 1843, a style and culture magazine published by The Economist Group, used digital insights to build its strategy both offline and online.

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This short article compiles statistics on media consumption, based on data from GlobalWebIndex.

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This article summarises the best ways to use magazines as an advertising channel, including measurement and future developments.

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'Magonomics' analytics suggests that brands should reconsider magazines as a media choice and increase ad investment.

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This study’s objective is to examine whether higher interactivity enabled by a mobile magazine increases message involvement and attitude toward the magazine.

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This article examines the state of newspapers and consumer magazine print advertising as reflected in the public research literature over the past 50 years.

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This briefing offers an overview of the history, theories and key trends related to Magazines.

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Geoffrey Precourt, Warc's U.S. editor, reports from the 4A's annual Leadership Conference, Transformation 2010.

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WARC's U.S. Editor Geoffrey Precourt reports from the opening session of American Magazines 2008, a conference co-sponsored by the Magazine Publishers of America and American Society of Magazine Editors.

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When an advertiser looks at a media flighting plan, it would be reasonable to expect that they could identify a specific the point in time at which their selected media delivers their brand communications to their audience.

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This article (translated from the Japanese for WARC) discusses the major economic and advertising trends in Japan's newspaper, magazine and free press sectors during 2007 and early 2008.

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The men's magazine market has a history of innovation as a whole, but the category has yet to witness the launch of truly effective online brand extensions.

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Jack Kliger, president and CEO of Hachette Filipacchi Media US, is a passionate believer in the future of magazines.

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Arbitron and Time Inc. are considering technology-based measurement to capture magazine readership, possibly as an enhancement to Arbitron's Portable People Meter (PPM) measurement.

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Candis is a popular monthly women’s magazine based in the north-west of England. In 2001 it switched from door-to-door distribution to subscription only sales.

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The Involvement Index, presented at WAM 2002, has been embraced as a breakthrough, enabling qualitative data to be effectively incorporated into the planning and buying process and sparking debate over the best ingredients for the Index, along with lingering questions as to the quantifiable impact of reader involvement on ad recall.

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One of a number of expert reviews of the U.S. media scene produced in March 2003, and looking at 2003/4.