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Reading print is still preferred to 'on screen' in new study

59% of 19 -30 year olds prefer to look at printed images rather than on screen revealed in a new study by RIT, "An Experimental Study of Presentation Medium Dependent Differences of Picture Consumption by College-Aged Adults" Read more »

Posted in Print
20thMay 2011

Week in Branded Content: 20 May

This week sees Wardour create an on-trade publication for Heineken UK, Alfa Romeo brings out a free iPad version of its magazine, Demand Media teams up with brands to get rid of its content farming reputation, new data on iPad publication engagement time revealed, and a well-known British celebrity takes the first step into social gaming. Read more »

Posted in
20thMay 2011

Spotted! Branded Editorial Content: Jaguar magazine

This week's branded content spot is Jaguar magazine by Haymarket network. Spotted at London City Airport in the departures lounge, as I was on route to our Digital Breakfast in Edinburgh this week. I also spotted Velocity by Stream Publishing in the magazine rack on my CityJet flight. Read more »

Posted in
20thMay 2011

Publicis Blueprint’s Orange Exchange online secures double awards shortlist

Bi-monthly customer loyalty publication, Orange Exchange online, has been shortlisted for a pair of prestigious marketing accolades: Best Telecommunications and IT Communication in the Marketing Week Engage Awards 2011 and Best Business-to-Business Campaign in the New Media Age Effectiveness Awards 2011Read more »

Posted in Member news
19thMay 2011

Heineken UK selects Wardour for launch of new customer magazine

Heineken UK, the country's leading producer of beer and cider, is to launch a new publication aimed specifically at the UK on-trade sector.  First Orders, a magazine designed, written and produced by award-winning editorial content agency Wardour, will focus on advisory content for independent licensees, owners and pub and club managers. Read more »

Posted in Member news
19thMay 2011

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