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Inside: Inside Out

In this issue of Inside, we’ve teamed up with Inside Out magazine for an exclusive Q&A with Editor-in-Chief, Claire Bradley, on the creative workings behind interior design. With a focus on practical improvements anyone can make to their home, hear about the hottest trends this season, common mistakes you should avoid, and why the heart is the best source of inspiration for a beautiful home.…

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What publishers can learn from the Flash flop

When the iPad was launched in 2010, the world was somewhat shocked about Steve Jobs’ “Flash Attack”, banning Adobe’s popular multi-media player from iOS devices, claiming it was buggy and insecure.  It took five years for the rest of the world to openly subscribe to Jobs’ sentiments, but there’s no denying it now – Flash has supplanted Internet Explorer 6 as public web-enemy number one.…

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INMA Feature: In the era of frenemies, can media leaders re-define their relationship with Apple?

Big media players like Google, Apple, Microsoft, and Facebook can afford to remain competitive with each other, which means they hold the power to dictate the future of news media as we know it.

It’s time for the leaders in our industry to work together, be bold, and fight for the future of news — not just for themselves, but for the small, House of cardsniche, and local publishers that can’t afford the table stakes to get into the game.…

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It’s Not Too Late to Stop the Insanity

INMA’s Digital Insider blog digs deep into what’s hot, what’s not and what’s about to erupt or disrupt the evolving digital media landscape. The most recent two-part article published by our chief content officer, Nikolay Malyarov, takes a provocative look at the strategies being adopted by the publishing industry and questions whether this industry is the latest victim of Digital Darwinism – a phenomenon where society and technology evolve faster than an industry can adapt.…

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How publishers can capitalise on disruption.

Every industry is experiencing disruption. News publishers need to embrace this time by being aware of their changing audiences and needs, exploring different content presentations, and examining a variety of revenue models.

Competition for eyeballs is fierce for both news and advertising.…

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Wi-Fi and Newspaper Service Top Guest Pet Peeves

In our age of perpetual-connectivity, people find it hard to part with their smartphones and tablets. So naturally, when travelers book accommodations, they have an expectation for there to be complimentary or relatively inexpensive Wi-Fi at their hotel.

Hoteliers have in past voiced some concerns over offering Wi-Fi, as it represents a new set of operational costs for their properties.…

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5 Facts about Travelers & Mobile Technology

Pew Internet & American Life Project recently reported that smartphone ownership amongst adults in the United States had risen to an astounding 56% in 2013. The proliferation of smartphones and tablets in the United States and worldwide is a digital trend that impacts industries of all types, as consumers increasingly rely on mobile apps for their purchasing decisions.…

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5 Facts about Travelers & Mobile Technology

Pew Internet & American Life Project recently reported that smartphone ownership amongst adults in the United States had risen to an astounding 56% in 2013. The proliferation of smartphones and tablets in the United States and worldwide is a digital trend that impacts industries of all types, as consumers increasingly rely on mobile apps for their purchasing decisions.…

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Hotels to Accommodate Bring Your Own Device Trend

New data from a survey conducted by Four Points by Sheraton offers some interesting insight into how travelers interact with technology while on the road. The survey reported that the average traveler brings three to four portable devices with smartphones topping the list, video chat was the preferred method of communication, 36% of business travelers check their smartphones first thing each morning in their hotel rooms, and the majority of travelers use their smartphones to check email.…

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