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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: With the Commonwealth Games' opening ceremony last night, The Times is sporting a souvenir reversible cover wrap today.
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: Following the success of Project Babb, a mobile site set up specifically for the World Cup, The Telegraph aims to broaden it's focus to encompass football in general.
News: Observer Ideas - a one-day festival bringing together people from the worlds of art, media, science and activism – will take place on the 12 October 2014.
News: A women's fashion special is to be published on 20 September, followed by a men's edition on the 18 October.
Competition: A big well done to Walker Media who have accrued the highest average score in our final competition.
Blog: Neil Sharman looks at how newsbrands are creating anticipation by reflecting on sporting successes, shocks and sorrows.
Data: The latest ABC online figures, for June 2014, show that the World Cup helped the majority of newsbrands to set new traffic records.
News: The publisher unveils plans to introduce a single newsroom structure for its national newsbrands, centred on better serving a growing multi-platform audience.
News: The news and comment platform "empowers readers" by letting them "upvote" the articles they like from a list of 100.
News: Currently managing director of Metro, Auckland will replace Andrew Mulllins as chief executive of ESI Media in October.
News: In her new role Harris is tasked with making sure the full spectrum of commercial opportunities at Mail Newspapers are easily accessible to advertisers, including promotional activity and editorial integration.
News: Currently the Guardian's Saturday features editor, Weale will take up her new job in September.
News: On Tuesday 23 September a Deluxe Watches special will be available in the Evening Standard.
News: Mail Newspapers, MailOnline and Absolute Radio announce an integrated partnership with Guide Dogs for a six month campaign running until the end of 2014.
News: With the final fast approaching here’s an update on how many of you are still in the running in our final competition – all will be revealed next week.
News: As the most entertaining World Cup ever (fact) draws to a close we've put together a range of record breaking stats.
News: A new four-page editorial supplement launches in the Daily Mail, highlighting deals for readers.
Blog: The newspaper business took a major leap forward this month with the launch of a commercial transaction system designed to enable cross-platform sell, says Rufus Olins, chief executive of Newsworks.
Press release: The national newspaper industry announces it is to appoint a strategy consultant as the next step to establishing a contemporary audience measurement system that reflects the way people now read newspapers across print, laptops, tablets and mobile.
News: Deputy chief executive of Guardian News and Media says that India is most likely to be the next place the newsbrand expands into as "it's somewhere the Guardian has relevancy".
Blog: Newsworks' communications executive, Jessie Sampson, writes for INMA about the ability of newspaper ads to make readers stop, think and act.
News: Total UK advertising expenditure increased by 5% in Q1 2014 to reach £4.44 million ahead of the 4.5% growth predicted in April, according to the latest AA/Warc Expenditure Report.
News: The latest financial report for Guardian News & Media (GNM) reveals that, for the year ending in March 2014, digital revenue rose to £69.5 million.
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Shift 2013 was the first-ever Newsworks conference, highlighting how newspapers are effective and influential platforms in the multiplatform age.
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