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News: The latest ABC online figures, for July 2014, show that the Guardian, Independent, Evening Standard and Mirror all set new traffic records.
Blog: Nick Hewat, commercial director at Guardian News & Media, on why we need to stop carping on about innovation and instead focus on everyday small steps.
News: Telegraph Media Group announces the official rebrand of VOS Media to Telegraph Events.
News: Sky and ESI Media team up to run eight separate cover wraps on the Evening Standard as part of the former’s ‘More of the games that matter campaign’, ahead of the start of the Premier League.
News: The collaboration will see 100 personal stories of how Philips products have improved user's lives published on the Telegraph website.
Data: 50.5 million people now own a mobile phone in the UK, with the majority owning a smartphone (76%), according to comScore's GSMA Mobile Media Metrics & MobiLens data (using a three month average to June 2014).
Blog: Jessie Sampson, Newsworks' communications executive, writes for INMA about how advertisers can use current events to demonstrate their relevancy and catch readers' attention.
Blog: Writing for Carat, Jenny Cornish speaks to Zach Leonard, MD of digital at ESI Media, about what the news and comment platform can offer advertisers and why it's different to what's already out there.
News: Editor of The Sun, David Dinsmore, discusses competition, digital disruption, the future of print and new offices.
News: The collaboration aims to raise awareness of coding among parents, as well as teach children the skill at a 'Code Camp' held at Google's HQ.
News: Neville, whose signing was marked by an exclusive interview in last Saturday’s Daily Telegraph, will write a weekly column from now on.
News: This week The Sun has launched a 48 page special edition First World War newspaper, with a series of front pages showing how it might have reported the events had it been around from 1914 to 1918.
News: The free exhibition, which runs from 2 September until 26 October, is a selection of David Levene’s favourite Eyewitness photographs.
News: The 20% traffic growth of Telegraph.co.uk in June was in part achieved by “improvements in how journalists are approaching the creation, publishing and promotion of their stories for digital”.
News: Newspapers mark the First World War centenary with a selection of powerful images, articles and 1914 reprints.
News: Guardian News & Media, ESI Media and News UK are shortlisted for the 2014 Media Week Awards among fierce competition following more entries than ever before.
News: Trinity Mirror partners with White Label Dating to launch Mirror Matches, a new online dating site.
News: Having launched ‘The Unquiet Film Series’ last month, The Times and Sunday Times' next two instalments of the collection, which aim to celebrate the historical and cultural impact of the newspapers, are now available.
News: Chris Ricketts is promoted to sales director of digital and Mike Buckley joins from Microsoft as digital commercial director.
News: Simon Fox, Trinity Mirror CEO, says the group has made "good progress" in its first-half performance.
News: The former Observer political editor is to return to Guardian News and Media as a writer and columnist for the Guardian.
News: For the quarter ending 30 June 2014 the website has made £15 million in revenues, up £5 million on the same period last year.
News: Following the Commonwealth Games' opening ceremony, The Times sports a souvenir reversible cover wrap.
News: To mark the 100 year anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War, the Guardian explores the global impact of the conflict via an "immersive approach" to digital story-telling.
News: Having surpassed traffic targets The Telegraph extends Project Babb post World Cup and announces record-breaking traffic growth for Telegraph Sport during the tournament.
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Shift 2013 was the first-ever Newsworks conference, highlighting how newspapers are effective and influential platforms in the multiplatform age.
16 April 2013 - The British Library, London