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Bauer Media's Paul Dykzeul to take over Australian side of business

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  • June 21, 2017
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Bauer Media's Paul Dykzeul to take over Australian side of business

Bauer Media has named current New Zealand chief executive Paul Dykzeul as chief executive officer of the company across both Australia and New Zealand. He will be relocating to Australia to take on the new role.

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From paper to pixels and everything in between: the MPA changes its definition of magazines

  • Media
  • April 1, 2016
  • Holly Bagge
From paper to pixels and everything in between: the MPA changes its definition of magazines

Since the earliest examples of magazines began appearing in the 17th century, a printed product has defined the medium. But with technological advancements and the proliferation of all that is digital, magazines now focus on much more than ink on paper. So, in response, the Magazine Publishers Association (MPA) has removed the term "periodical" from its definition of a magazine and also removed the requirement for members to have ABC audited circulation in an effort to remain relevant to publishers old and new. We chat to MPA executive director Pip Elliott and MPA chair Paul Dykzeul about the decision.

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State of the -ation: behind Bauer's strategy of content creation, diversification and digitisation

  • Media
  • August 22, 2014
  • Ben Fahy
State of the -ation: behind Bauer's strategy of content creation, diversification and digitisation

It was officially announced yesterday that Bauer had made some major structural and staff changes. So we had a chat with chief executive Paul Dykzeul and commercial director Paul Gardiner about the thinking behind that strategy.

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Bauer rings a few more changes, launches new content division

  • Media
  • August 21, 2014
  • Ben Fahy
Bauer rings a few more changes, launches new content division

It's been a big year for Bauer. The APN titles have been brought in to the building, it's canned Creme and passed on Little Treasures. And now it's announced a restructure that will see a host of staff changes and the creation of a new brand solutions division.

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Movings/Shakings: 15 August

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  • August 15, 2014
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Industry happenings at Colenso, the MPA, Ideas Shop, HMC Communications and Colmar Brunton

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Movings/Shakings: 30 May

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  • May 30, 2014
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Movings/Shakings: 30 May

Changes at Assignment Group, Sovereign, the MPA, Bauer, Shine, Sky, Icebreaker, More FM and PRINZ.

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As media changes, are the ASA's ad spend figures still relevant? Senior industry figures weigh in

  • Media
  • March 28, 2014
  • Damien Venuto
As media changes, are the ASA's ad spend figures still relevant? Senior industry figures weigh in

Although the release of last week’s ad spend figures by the ASA served to confirm trends that have been obvious for quite some time, a general consensus among those in the industry is that the figures don’t give an accurate reflection of changes that are occurring in the industry. Several senior industry figures share their thoughts on the structure of the annual ad spend report.

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TV still rules ASA ad spend figures, but interactive category looms—UPDATED

  • Advertising
  • March 19, 2014
  • Damien Venuto
TV still rules ASA ad spend figures, but interactive category looms—UPDATED

The ASA's 2013 ad spend figures showed that while TV continues to reign supreme, its time at the top might be coming to an end as the interactive category continues its trend of strong year-on-year growth. Updated with comments from OMANZ, MediaWorks Radio and NZ post.

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Bauer gets the go ahead for NZ Mags acquisition—UPDATED

  • Media
  • January 24, 2014
  • Ben Fahy
Bauer gets the go ahead for NZ Mags acquisition—UPDATED

Bauer Media has, as most expected, been given Commerce Commission approval to proceed with its purchase of APN magazine titles the NZ Listener, NZ Woman’s Weekly, Simply You, Simply You Living and Creme. Updated with more comments from chief executive Paul Dykzeul.

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Elephant back in the room as Bauer pledges support for Magazine Awards

  • Media
  • May 21, 2013
  • StopPress Team
Elephant back in the room as Bauer pledges support for Magazine Awards

After a six month review of the Magazine Awards, The Magazine Publishers Association has pushed go on its call for entries. And it will probably be getting a whole heap more this year because Bauer Media, which publishes 20 magazines, has ended its five year embargo and will get back onboard this year.

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Good things come in threes: Mag sector continues to confound sceptics with more readership gains

  • Media
  • October 26, 2012
  • Ben Fahy
Good things come in threes: Mag sector continues to confound sceptics with more readership gains

The quarterly number fest that is the Nielsen CMI Readership and Audit Bureau of Circulation data has been released, and while only a few magazine titles bucked the general downward trend in paid circulation, a majority of titles experienced readership increases, making it the third consecutive survey showing an improvement in total readership.

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Paul Dykzeul: 'I've never given up hope that one day we would be owned by a publishing company again'

  • Media
  • September 6, 2012
  • Ben Fahy
Paul Dykzeul: 'I've never given up hope that one day we would be owned by a publishing company again'

News that giant German publisher Bauer had purchased ACP Media surfaced last night. And ACP chief executive Paul Dykzeul is pretty bloody happy about it.

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Magazines maintain their mojo as latest numbers give publishers a boost

  • Media
  • August 10, 2012
  • Ben Fahy
Magazines maintain their mojo as latest numbers give publishers a boost
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It's a rather interesting period in the history of magazines and, despite the prevailing belief that shiny new digital toys are killing off paper, the latest readership and circulation numbers have once again showed the market is still in fairly good health in New Zealand.

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NIM wits: when is a magazine not a magazine? —UPDATED

  • Media
  • August 3, 2012
  • Ben Fahy
NIM wits: when is a magazine not a magazine? —UPDATED

September is shaping up to be a watershed month for APN NZ—and, more broadly, New Zealand's newspaper publishing sector. The New Zealand Herald is set to reveal its new compact weekday edition on 10 September and the newly redesigned nzherald.co.nz site will go live around the same time. There's also a new Newspaper Inserted Magazine (NIM) on Mondays about food, health and well-being and readers will also be treated to a one-off premium glossy magazine on launch day called, appropriately enough, The Magazine. But what exactly is a magazine? Why are NIMs so appealing for newspaper publishers? And why is ACP's Paul Dykzeul so fired up?

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Baker and Dykzeul take senior MPA roles, look to lead mag revenue renaissance

  • Media
  • April 27, 2012
  • Ben Fahy
Baker and Dykzeul take senior MPA roles, look to lead mag revenue renaissance

The MPA has chosen its new board, with Tangible Media's John Baker replacing Fairfax's Lynley Belton as chair and ACP's Paul Dykzeul replacing acting deputy chair Cathy Parker from Adrenalin. And the new heads have some big plans to breathe life into the sector—and, more specifically, promote the unique benefits of the medium to advertisers and eventually increase its share of the revenue pie.

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