Showing posts with label Publishing. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Publishing. Show all posts

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Publishers see a cloudy future for print. But, Publishers see growth potential, investing for growth

Folio: Mag teamed up with Hallmark Data Systems to find out how media companies are applying their resources against a diversified product portfolio to generate more growth. It looks like that quite a few publishers (even in the U.S.) are still in a "wait and see" mode and/or are not ready for the "big steps" demanded by market developments and the needs, wants and processes in the ecosphere serviced...

more / via at folio:  (January 8, 2016)

Let me share some charts from the study:

Revenue Sourcing Trends (U.S.)



Revenue Sources - the next 3 years (U.S.)




Investments planned - next 12 months (U.S.)


Launches forseen, planned (U.S.)


Make sure you check the commented presentation at folio: here

Sunday, April 26, 2015

Publishers' Forum 27. - 28. April 2015, Berlin - in Tweets #pf15

Das Publishers’ Forum (Klopotek) bietet ein informatives Programm mit Vorträgen, Diskussionen und Hands-on-Workshops und Seminaren, in denen Konzepte und Erfahrungen ausgetauscht werden, um auf die Herausforderungen der Gegenwart und näheren Zukunft Antworten zu suchen und zu finden.


Agenda & Speakers
http://publishersforum.de/agenda-2015/


- event closed - 

Hier als Appetizer von Ralf Eichner @ralfeichner zwei Storify's

Zukunft der Verlagsbranche - Publishers´Forum 2015 in Berlin #pf15 - Tag 1 http://www.wasmitinhalten.de/2015/04/27/publishersforum-2015-berlin-tag-1/

Zukunft der Verlagsbranche - Publishers´Forum 2015 in Berlin #pf15 - Tag 2 http://www.wasmitinhalten.de/2015/04/29/publishersforum-2015-berlin-tag-2/

Und von Porter Anderson auf thebookseller.com

Publishers' Forum in Berlin: 'Reconstructing Publishing' Day 1
http://www.thebookseller.com/news/publishers-forum-opens-berlin-reconstructing-publishing

Publishers' Forum in Berlin: 'Reconstructing Publishing' Day 2
[Link]

Die Slidedecks und Videos gibt es hier: [Präsentationen 2015] [Video 2015]

Right now, there are more Video from the Publishers Forum at Vimeo
https://vimeo.com/publishersforum/videos

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

FIPP's 6th Innovations in Magazine Media 2015 - 2016 published


authored by John Wilpers, Juan Señor and Juan Antonio Giner for FIPP

The Innovations in Magazine Media 2014 World Report delivers on 198 pages great information on advertising, data, discover-ability and buzz, events, mobile, print innovations, social media, video and more.
Juan Señor & John Wilpers presented at the #DISummit 2015 five 
Top Trend 2015 - 2016 in magazine publishing 

- Mobile is the dominant platform
- Video the dominant mode
- Native advertising will be the dominant vehicle
- Programmatic will be the dominant method
- Data will dominate decisions

Content table

The 6th Innovations in Magazine Media 2015 - 2016 report is available 
Digital  App (Blippar) | Web (PressReader) and/or on Paper here

Friday, March 20, 2015

Digital Innovators' Summit #DISummit 2015 - Tweets -

by FIPP | VDZ | emediaSF



Check Program  | Speakers | Follow #DISummit on Twitter 

The #DISummit 2015 Congress has ended ... the 2016 Digital Innovators' Summit is scheduled for March 21-22, 2016 again in Berlin, Germany.

Monday, December 08, 2014

Magazine Compendium: FIPP's World Magazine Trends 2014-15 out

FIPP's Annual Compendium The World Magazine Trends Report 2014-2015 provides - on over 460 pages - covers key industry data on a global, regional and country-by-country (46 countries, see Table of Contents) basic data for the consumer and B2B magazine media business. Data on advertising spending (by ZenithOptimedia) for B2B + Consumer Magazines as well as circulation figures (by  PricewaterhouseCoopers) from the past and forecast to 2016.

Data about digital media, include Internet penetration and mobile penetration, plus eReader and Magazine website listings (where available).

From FIPP's release (5-Dec-2014):
Magazines, now and the future
Globally, total magazine revenue will resume growth in 2015. Although there was still a decline in 2013 (-0.7% compared to 2012), in 2015, the magazine publishing industry will reverse years of decline to record 0.2% year-on-year growth as overall digital gains outweigh falling print revenue. In 2016, total magazine revenue will reach US$97.3 billion, up from US$97.1 billion in 2013.
Digital magazine circulation revenue will see the fastest growth. Global digital magazine circulation revenue will rise at 43.4% year-on-year reaching US$5.2 billion in 2016. As companies see more success in turning digital magazine consumption from free-of-charge websites to paid-for digital editions, digital will move from accounting for 4% of total consumer magazine circulation revenue in 2013 to 11% in 2016.
Currently advertising is centered on magazine websites, but, as digital circulations increase, electronic editions will become increasingly popular for advertisers. In 2013 total digital advertising accounted for US$8.4 billion, 17% of total advertising revenue. Global digital magazine advertising revenue will be US$13.4 billion in 2016, which means more than a quarter of total advertising revenue (27%).
Emerging economies such as China, India, Russia and South Africa will see the fastest growth in B2B magazines. As businesses in all types of economies look to grow and increase market share, both advertisers and readers will find their way towards B2B magazines and therefore increase total revenue. 
The report is compiled by FIPP and contributions from industry experts include ZenithOptimedia, PwC and regional and local associations, publishers and agencies. It also includes the FIPP monitor of cross-border launches.


For anyone in media and advertising who needs to know about international magazine markets and a database with some basic data, resources, and contacts,  this 11th compendium has it all (for 46 countries, and what is available).

The Digital + Printed edition' of FIPP's World Magazine Trends 2014-2015 is available now. The Excel edition is promised for delivery on January 15, 2015.

More Information and Purchasing options at FIPP's Website


Check back for additional posting

World Magazine Trends 2015: CEE Region (II.)
World Magazine Trends 2015: Asia-Pacific Region (III.)
World Magazine Trends 2015: Latin America (IV.)

Thursday, November 27, 2014

Technology is changing media and the media industry

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Can you compare the eBook Revolution with the Paperback Revolution

The answer of Hachette's CEO Michael Pietsch to the Amazon readersunited.com appeal has sparked the discussion of how different or how similar this two revolutions which have and which will change the business and democratizing reading for ever are.



Matthew Ogle has recorded the Paperback revolution 1935 - 1960 on straightforward facts. Mentioning of how furious publishers, booksellers and book-culture advocates where about Paperbacks ... more here



Michael Pietsch explains the Paperback revolution as a well-thought, financially logical step by publishers in making the most money for out of marketing the cultural good of literature

The invention of mass-market paperbacks was great for all because it was not intended to replace hardbacks, but to create a new format available later, at a lower price.

The auto-response letter of Michael you find here

Edward Robertson points to the weakness /  fallacy of Michael Pietsch arguments and concludes that Michael (or his PR staff) either doesn’t know about the history of his own industry, or is openly lying to the public about it, to the people complaining about Hachette's quarrel about pricing ideas of Amazon

Well, technically, it isn’t false — it’s true that mass market paperbacks weren’t invented to replace hardbacks. But they weren’t published in the modern fashion, with a publisher releasing them months after the more expensive hardback. Rather, paperback rights were purchased by competing publishers who were able to sell their paperbacks for 10% of the price of the original hardcovers.

In other words
Paperbacks were invented to disrupt the hardcover industry...  more

In short:
eBooks are invented to disrupt the paper book industry, whether you like it or not

Monday, March 24, 2014

Out: Innovations in Magazine Media 2014: Roadmap for Magazine Media Strategy

Today at the Digital Innovation Summit, Berlin the Magazine publishing association FIPP and the Innovation International Media Consulting Group presented the 2014 Edition of  the 'Innovations in Magazine Media' World Report.

Some key findings 
  • Native advertising is revolutionizing the world of content, advertiser-magazine relationships, advertiser-reader relationships, and revenue models
  • Big data is putting serious science and analysis behind every decision we make in magazine publishing, from content to advertising to new products
  • Mobile will be the dominant platform for information distribution and consumption and it is so revolutionary that some are calling it a “do-over” chance for legacy media who got the whole internet thing so terribly wrong 
  • Programmatic advertising suddenly appears on its way to becoming the way most ads will be sold and scheduled
  • Video has become the most effective, most powerful, and fastest-growing method of delivering content and advertising to the largest audience, all in ways that are increasingly accessible to all publishers.




The Innovations in Magazine Media 2014 World Report delivers on 156 pages great information on (e.g.)
  • Paywalls, content sales, eCommerce, mCommerce, programmatic advertising, publishing frequency, print innovations, personalization, Google Glass, eNewsletters, and more
  • BuzzFeed, Condé Nast, The Huffington Post, Atlantic Media, Virgin, Pepsi, Forbes, The Washington Post, Hearst, Microsoft, The Guardian, OgilvyOne, Nivea, Elle, and Netflix to name a few brands featured in the report
  • Insight from Google, ZenithOptimedia, Nielsen, Reuters, Digiday, eMarketer, and GfK.

































The Innovations in Magazine Media 2014 report is available in print and digital here 

Nachtrag:
Juan Señor and John Wilpers, Innovation Media Consulting Group (USA, UK) 

presenting their findings at DISummit 2014







Download
Slidedesk (54 pages, PDF)

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Folio's 2013 Magazine Manufacturing and Production Technology Survey

Folio's annual Magazine Manufacturing and Production Technology Survey (2012 Survey) offers a good idea about the status and direction technology in magazine publishing goes. Responses include B2B publishing (38%), Consumer Special Interest (28%), Association journals/newsletter (25%), Consumer general interest (7 %). The predominant delivery format is still 1) print, far down the road 2) web, 3) tablet app (see chart below) ... via/more at folio mag

Here some results from the latest Survey







 
Download Folio's ePaper with all results and methology here (6 pages, PDF)

Thursday, June 20, 2013

Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism: Digital News Report 2013

Reuters' Digital News Report 2013 provides on 112 pages a wealth of data for media and media executives to think, plan and worry about their business.


Link: Download (PDF)

Aus den Ergebnissen:

Wie Medienkategorien insgesamt performen



Die Rolle der traditionellen Medienmarken
- in Deutschland mit 71 % im hinteren Feld


Friday, May 10, 2013

PPA UK: 4th Annual Publishing Future Report 2013


via PPA, the Professional Publishers Association UK: Publishing Futures 2013: At a glance






Print share on publishers total turnover will decline further. Over the next 2 years in the consumer print magazine market about 9 % and with B2B print magazines by 20 %.



Digital share on publishers total turnover will grow substantial. Over the next 2 years in the consumer publishing market by 88 % and with B2B publishing by 32 %.






Publishers think that their total advertising revenue share will be nore less stable over the next 2 years. Digital would create more or less compensation for the losses in print ads.



According to this figures print circulation share will decline over the period of the next 2 years. 6 % in consumer magazine publishing and 17 % in B2B

About: Publishing Futures is an annual bellwether survey from the PPA carried out and produced by Wessenden Marketing. The 2013 survey is the fourth in the project’s history and comprises data from 96 UK consumer, business and digital publishers that are responsible for over 5,100 branded activities.

P.S.
If you are not a PPA member, you can buy the Publishing Futures report 2013 for (hefty) 495 UKP - about 586 Euro - (plus VAT) here.

Compare what Publishers in the U.S. [here] and Germany [here] [here] [here] expect for their business in 2013ff

Monday, April 29, 2013

Friday, January 11, 2013

FIPP World Magazine Trends 2013: Latin America


In the new edition of FIPP's World Magazine Trends 2012 / 2013
[data from ZenithOptimedia]:

Advertising expenditures in Latin America are growing by leaps and bounds, rising 19.4% in 2010 and 10.6% in 2011, reaching 34.086 bn US$ . Overall adspend is projected to continue seeing healthy growth, at 8% in 2012, 10.2% in 2013 and 9.2% in 2014, data from ZenithOptimedia’s report Advertising Expenditure Forecasts.

When slicing by medium, in 2011, television made up the majority of adspend, with 62.3%. Newspapers were a distant second, at 16.9%, and magazines followed, with 6.5%. Radio (6.2%), the internet (4%), outdoor (3.6%) and cinema (0.4%) made up less than 15% combined. Brazil and Mexico are the largest Latin markets, making up 49.3% and 16.2% of adspend in the region in 2011. “The internet is growing in importance, but has a long way to catch up ... (from the Summary)



More Information about the FIPP compendium 'World Magazine Trends 2012/2013' with fresh data on 54 countries

FIPP World Magazine Trends 2012-13 Compendium Out

FIPP World Magazine Trends 2013: Asia-Pacific Region

FIPP World Magazine Trends 2013: CEE Region

To order your copy digital, in print or/and in Excel Format go to  fipp.com

Wednesday, January 09, 2013

FIPP World Magazine Trends 2012-2013: Asia-Pacific Region


From the new edition of FIPP's World Magazine Trends 2012 / 2013
[data from ZenithOptimedia]:

Ad expenditures across all mediums saw growth in 2011 in the Asia–Pacific region. The top performers in 2011 in the Asia–Pacific region were Television and the Internet. Television had 55.152 bn US$  in adspend (making up 41.7% of all adspend), followed by newspapers at 29.751 bn US$  (22.5%) and the Internet at 21.496 bn US$  (16.3%). In fourth place was outdoor (9.8%), followed by magazines (5.1%), radio (4.2%) and cinema (0.4%).

Digital advertising is rising sharply for both consumer and trade magazine publishing revenues... ( Summary)



More Information about the FIPP compendium 'World Magazine Trends 2012/2013' with fresh data on 54 countries

FIPP World Magazine Trends 2012-13 Compendium Out

FIPP World Magazine Trends 2013: CEE Region

FIPP World Magazine Trends 2013: Latin America


To order your copy digital, in print or/and in Excel Format go to  fipp.com

Monday, January 07, 2013

FIPP World Magazine Trends 2013: CEE Region


From the new edition of FIPP's World Magazine Trends 2012 / 2013
[data from ZenithOptimedia]:

The region is expected to see substantial results by the end of 2012, 2013 and 2014, with 6.1%, 9% and 9.8% increases, respectively, according to ZenithOptimedia. However, although Central and Eastern Europe’s adspend is on the upswing, print media is not faring as well. Newspapers and magazines were the only mediums to see losses in 2011, with newspapers down 2.9%, to 2.525 bn US$ , and magazines down 7.8% to 2.556 bn US$ . Television, meanwhile, grew by 10.8%, to 14.329 bn US$ ; radio increased 1.4% to 1.194 bn US$ ; outdoor was up 1.4% to 2.353 bn US$ ; and the medium seeing the biggest growth was the internet, up 37% to 2.698 bn US$. Newspapers and magazines are forecast to continue losing steam, down another 2.9% and 6.8%.

In 2011, television made up the majority of the overall adspend landscape, with 55.3%. The internet followed, with 10.4%, and magazines rounded out third place, with 9.9%. Newspapers were close behind, with 9.7%, followed by outdoor (9.1%), radio (4.6%) and cinema (1%) ...  (from the Summary)



More Information about the FIPP compendium 'World Magazine Trends 2012/2013' with fresh data on 54 countries

FIPP World Magazine Trends 2012-13 Compendium Out

FIPP World Magazine Trends 2013: Asia-Pacific Region

FIPP World Magazine Trends 2013: Latin America

To order your copy digital, in print or/and in Excel Format go to  fipp.com

Sunday, January 06, 2013

FIPP World Magazine Trends 2012-13 Compendium Out

via FIPP.com

The 18th edition is published by FIPP, the worldwide magazine media association. FIPP World Magazine Trends is the annual monitor of the magazine media, country-by-country, region-by-region and globally. Data is provided by FIPP national associations, publishers and industry experts, additional data by ZenithOptimedia, PwC, Wilkofsky Gruen Associates and editied by the consultant editors World Newsmedia Network (WNMN).

According to Trends using data from ZenithOptimedia, global ad expenditure is on the upswing, forecast to grow 4.3% in 2012, reaching almost US$502 billion by year’s end. In 2011, adspend was up by 3.8%, and 2013 and 2014 are expected to see even larger growth, at 5.3% and 6.1%, respectively, the data shows.





Growth estimate advertising revenue by region (Print+Digital)




Growth estimate circulation revenue by region (Print+Digital)



Other key trends

  • Advertising expenditure by medium is shifting, as print mediums see downturns while digital technologies are emerging as an important player in the media landscape
  • 60% of growth is coming from developing markets and
  • 35% of that global growth is coming from Brazil, Russia, India and China alone 

FIPP World Magazine Trends 2012-2013 provides fresh data for 54 countries. It outlines the consumer and B2B magazine markets (from different ressources, not always compatible / representing 100% of the market
  • Number of titles
  • Number of publishers
  • Copies sold or distributed
  • Revenue sources
  • Sales distribution breakdown
  • Top publishing companies
  • Average cover price 
  • Average issue readership 
  • Internet penetration 
  • Mobile penetration
  • eReader and magazine website listing
plus FIPP's monitor of cross-border launches, tax on print, GDP and consumer prices (inflation rate).

To order your copy digital, in print or/and in Excel Format go to  fipp.com

See also
FIPP World Magazine Trends 2013: Asia-Pacific Region

FIPP Word Magazine Trends 2013: CEE / MOE Region

FIPP World Magazine Trends 2013: Latin America


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