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A winning approach: how modern day magazine editors have adapted to the digital age

The modern media environment is characterised by new tools, new channels, new metrics, new audiences and new opportunities. But it’s also characterised by less time, less resource, less expenditure and, in many cases, less readership of the traditional print products. So how has the modern-day magazine editor had to adapt? How are they using their influence and harnessing opportunities? Findlay Buchanan talks to some of the country’s best.

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Walking in their clients' shoes: Culture & Theory's creative collision

There might not be any art on the walls yet, but Culture & Theory is making its mark on its new ninth floor home in Auckland’s CBD with plenty of Post-it notes. What appears to be patterns on the wall are, at closer inspection, carefully considered strategies laid out to tackle the unique problems of clients.

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Our rundown of the hottest shows, brands and creators in New Zealand media. 1. magazine ...
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Beyond the Page 2018
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Style your space: How Homestyle and Citta decorated their way to the top

A three-year campaign supporting customers to discover their inner stylist and become interior creatives has led Homestyle magazine and Citta design store to claim the top content marketing prize in the Magazine Media Awards. Anna Bradley-Smith spoke to Nicholas Burrowes, general manager of The Pluto Group about the strategy and the impressive results.

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Print: you can count on me like 1, 2, 3

In an age where digital seems to be the medium on everyone's lips, TSA Limited looks at three ways print has the ability to connect and engage powerfully with consumers.

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A complete 360: Fashion Quarterly on its digital offering

Fashion Quarterly is a legacy title that has taken brand extensions to the next level. Jaime Breitnauer talked to editor Sally-Ann Mullin, and digital editor Kelly McAuliffe, about how they redeveloped the brand to win the Best Magazine 360 Award in 2017.

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Stuff moves to compact, bigger opportunities for advertisers

The biggest change we have ever made to our newspapers is happening on April 30 as we switch all Stuff’s Monday to Friday metropolitan and regional newspapers from broadsheet to compact format.

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Lightbox and Qrious use data to enhance viewer experience

Working with data specialist Qrious, streaming TV service Lightbox created two models to ensure viewer satisfaction and compete against global content providers.

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Time to listen to Grown Ups

With the Baby Boomer generation continuing to influence and change the consumer landscape, future marketing strategies need to embrace their thinking. Recent research shows this is a generation that deserves attention.

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Cooking with gas: how Bauer teamed up with Nadia Lim to make a magzine

Georgina Harris talked with Bauer Media managing director Brendon Hill and editorial director Shelley Ferguson about spending time with Nadia Lim to understand her brand, creating a new distribution model, and if it is such a big risk tying a magazine to one person.

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Clean, green, programmatic New Zealand

Programmatic is widely accepted as the future of ad trading. So how close are we to this future? And more importantly, how clean and green will programmatic be in New Zealand?

Three to seven seconds: How to capture your customer's attention

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  • February 27, 2018
  • TSA Limited
Three to seven seconds: How to capture your customer's attention

Three to seven seconds... that's the amount of time a consumer first engages with a product on the shelf, the amount of time a product has to appeal and be chosen by the buyer. As a result, how a product’s packaging looks and feels is a vital part on the path to purchase.

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NZME's Dean Buchanan and Shayne Currie talk radio

StopPress talks to Dean Buchanan, group director entertainment, and Shayne Currie, managing editor, about which personalities we should watch this year, and about what they think will make or break the radio industry.

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Boredom is death: why advertising and comedy make great bedfellows

Bill Bernbach’s famous line that ‘in advertising not to be different is virtually suicidal’ could just as easily be applied to comedy. And as Comedy Festival general manager Lauren Whitney searches for sponsors for this year's festivities, she trumpets the growing popularity, the commercial opportunity and the cultural relevance of a bit of humour.

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