Editorial content, Podcasts, Social responsibility

Trump Inc. Senior Producer Meg Cramer on the opportunities of a political podcast

On this week’s episode of Media Voices, Meg Cramer, Senior Producer of Trump Inc., takes us through why a collaborative team took on what might be a coast-to-coast crime scene, why a podcast can ask questions while an article must provide answers, and why great journalism transcends mediums.

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Twitch, Facebook, YouTube and the future of Interactive Video

Chris Sutcliffe explores the future of interactive video for What’s New in Publishing

With the huge amounts of investment into digital video over the past few years, from all corners of the media industry, the question on everyone’s lips is “what is the future of interactive video?” We’ve seen everything from the famous stunts of people watching puddles and watermelons to the rapid rise and disappearance of circular video on Snapchat. But the real future of the medium is likely to be something that has been quietly growing for the past few years, and to which huge brands and publishers are slowly waking: Twitch.

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Editorial content, Podcasts, Publishers, Strategy

Bauer Xcel’s Ian Betteridge on leading a data-driven digital division

On this week’s episode, Bauer Xcel’s Director of content and audience development Ian Betteridge talks about drawing together the separate roles of editorial and data-driven audience development, how commercial needs drive content strategy and how he brings together the print and digital teams to make the many brands he oversees a success. He also tells the story behind ‘Betteridge’s Law’.

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