Have you booked your place yet for our iPad Digital Breakfast special? Tickets are selling out fast, for our most popular breakfast to date.
We have Mike Burgess, Head of Digital, Seven Squared discussing his learnings on Project, the Virgin magazine app. Giles Colborne, CX Partners presenting the latest iPad research, and an Apple representation dicussing business models on the iPad. And you also get a peak into the Apple offices! Book your place at the breakfast »
Are you ready to hit the ground running in 2011? This special webinar series, brought to you by Brightcove, will show you how to tap into these trends and reach your goals in the coming year. Expert-led sessions are full of tips and tricks to ensure the success of your organization's online video strategy.
We are approaching the year mark of the launch of Apple's iPad. Since we reviewed it in April 2010, thousands of inches have been written about 2010's most wanted gadget as consumers embraced the new platform. Over the past months, an increasing number of publishers have jumped on the chance to take be part of the growing market. Several are planning or have already released iPad versions of their magazines - we have even had iPad only magazines - that seek to interact with consumers on a new level. Read more »
Redactive Media Group has been selected to form a new partnership with the Royal College of Physicians to produce their quarterly membership magazine Commentary.
The Royal College of Physicians of London serves their 25,000 Members and Fellows and other medical professionals. Its services include delivering examinations, training courses, continuous professional development and conferences; undertaking clinical audits; publishing guidelines through to maintain the College's historical collections.
Commentary magazine is mailed to all members and is the college's principal communications vehicle. Read more »
New research from ForeSee shows that consumers in the UK are using mobile phones more than ever for retail purposes. The research was part of a study of nearly 10,000 visitors to the biggest e-retail websites in the U.K