Mind the digital pivot, INMA’s South India summit told

Indian publishers were urged to “be better custodians of the great digital pivot” in an address by INMA chief executive Earl Wilkinson (pictured) at its South Asia...

Mind the digital pivot, INMA’s South India summit told

Indian publishers were urged to “be better custodians of the great digital pivot” in an address by INMA chief executive Earl Wilkinson (pictured) at its South Asia...


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CONTENT & MARKETING

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DIGITAL PUBLISHING

Mind the digital pivot, INMA’s South India summit told

Indian publishers were urged to “be better custodians of the great digital pivot” in an address by INMA chief executive Earl Wilkinson (pictured) at its South Asia...

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VENDOR PROMOTIONS | DIGITAL

Care for your brand and your profitability – the future of print production

The number of print editions sold by newspapers has decreased over the years as the digital editions grow in range and scope. But the brand of a newspaper continues to be inex...

Automated real estate brings news close to home

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