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2020 Insights into the Print & Digital Publishing Media Industry in South Africa – Impact of the Coronavirus

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by ResearchandMarkets.com, Business Wire The “The Print & Digital Publishing Media Industry in South Africa 2020” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering. This report focuses on the Print & Digital Media Publishing Industry and includes comprehensive information on the state and size of the sector including the latest available circulation, readership and adspend figures…

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Innovations in print, advertising, events and more: How COVID-19 is generating new opportunities for media

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by UPM Communication Papers With every crisis comes opportunity, and that has certainly been the case for many publishers in 2020. We’ve heard from dozens of media companies, large and small, about how the pandemic has impacted them – for the worse, but also for the better. Back in August, we spoke to James Hewes,…

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Tips for journalists reporting on COVID-19 vaccines

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by Sherry Ricchiardi, International Journalists’ Network As the world awaits an effective coronavirus vaccine, reporters covering the story face a daunting task: separating fact from fiction. Or, as veteran health care journalist Gary Schwitzer describes it, navigating the “perfect storm of pandemic misinformation.” “The media have to report that at this point there are undoubtedly…

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Subscribe to something good

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Netflix, Amazon Prime, Disney+, Target… You probably subscribe to so many things already. The fact is, convenience and automation are just a way of life. Why not subscribe to something that makes you feel good every month? Subscribe to helping magazine publishers fulfill the calling of God on their lives, building leaders, and changing the…

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Bangladesh: Fabeha Monir talks about her experience covering COVID-19

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by The Coalition for Women in Journalism Fabeha Monir is a Dhaka-based visual journalist. She has been documenting the coronavirus outbreak in Bangladesh. Her recent reportage on the global pandemic for Bistandsaktuelt was focused on one of the world’s largest refugee camps based in Cox Bazar with more than a million Rohingya refugees living in…

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All the resources you may have missed in 2020

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We’ve rounded up all the resources you might have missed! Here are our best on-demand workshops and e-books of 2020: [e-book] Advertising sales management [workshop] Social media: Marketing or mission? [e-book] Understanding how to communicate [workshop] Magazine comics: How and why to use them [e-book] How to select manuscripts [workshop] Journalism and the law: Fair…

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COVID-19: Impact on the publishing industry and the new normal

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by Devangi Gupta, Nagarro Did you realize that of late, especially in the last 3 months, you have consumed content more by going online than by actually reading printed newspapers or magazines? As we can see, COVID-19 has changed our content consumption pattern. The interactions with content are now beyond its physical form. While the…

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Coronavirus and the media: Challenges and opportunities

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By FIPP: The Network for Global Media, What’s new in publishing There aren’t too many things that we can be sure of in these increasingly bizarre times. But here are two. Firstly that anyone who says they know what is likely to happen to the Coronavirus outbreak, the global economy and even the media in…

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Merry Christmas!

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Merry Christmas from Magazine Training International! We hope this year has been full of unexpected blessings amidst the turmoil. Thank you for continuing to love on God’s people with us through magazines. Your publishing ministry or your donations to MTI mean so much to so many around the world. Keep it up!

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USA: Aliya Hall talks about her experience covering COVID-19

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by The Coalition for Women in Journalism Aliya Hall is a journalist based in Eugene, Oregon. She has been documenting COVID-19 for a Crewell-based paper The Chronicle and normally covers the Southern Willamette Valley, education beats, as well as features, business and city council news in the city of Springfield. In this profile for CFWIJ,…

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