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Slimming World: a best-selling story

Wake up, national journalists. There’s one magazine not far from CBJ whose circulation is soaring but no one ever writes about it

The six-monthly report revealing how UK magazines are faring circulation-wise came out this month and, once again, the national media ignored the stellar publishing success story of our times. 390 more words

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Four years ago today...

I wrote my first blog. I had no idea what I was getting into and where it would lead. It appears that four years later I have written 196 posts, most of them home grown content, I could never have imagined that four years ago I would start writing an average of one a week for four years, but I have loved it. 273 more words

MediaWeek Feature

Collider12 has been featured on MediaWeek, who wrote a great piece about the startups, their mentors, and the accelerator’s partners. The article includes positive statements from Paul Keenan, chief executive of Bauer Media, and Christopher Sponiar, principal at Unilever Ventures, who both  how unique Collider12 is with its B2B focus.emphasise… 9 more words

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Want to Know Who Uses Twitter?

Great article at MediaWeek.com on the demographics of who uses Twitter the most based on age, gender, race, education, and geography.

Hope you enjoy as much as I did! 7 more words

My Mediaweek judging experience - take it back to basics

I judged my first Mediaweek awards this week. An array of illuminati from media were there (me excluded), from agencies, publishers, creative and media. All of them were senior and full of experience in judging and the industry as well as carrying a good helping of cynicism and sarcasm. 552 more words

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Mediaweek picks my brain about men's magazines

On the back of FHM Australia‘s 150th issue (the 52nd issue I’d worked on), I spoke to Mediaweek about the magazine and trends in the men’s market. Terrible headshot of me included.

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My Media Week

My Media Week: Marco Bertozzi

Hayley Pinkerfield, 21 March 2012, 3:15pm

This week Marco Bertozzi, managing director EMEA for the VivaKi Nerve Center, visits Spain, plays squash with Greg Grimmer, and teeters on the wrong side of The Thin Blue Line. 1,027 more words