News & events

Evening Standard's Doug Wills talks print, innovation & a post-pandemic London

At an INMA webinar, the news brand’s managing editor discusses the future of print.

The London Standard is out to set a new standard. The media organisation has been on the cutting edge for its nearly-300 year history, and Managing Editor Doug Wills says that as long as the company continues to adapt, it will continue to be.

Throughout the history of print newspapers, even as London and the United Kingdom had historic numbers of daily newspapers competing with each other, The London Evening Standard has been able to compete successfully — even through many changes and transformations.

Then, along came the Internet.

And then, along comes COVID-19.

Continue reading this piece by INMA reporter Shelley Seale.


Want the latest news, opinion and insight on news brands?
Sign up and we'll send you a weekly update.

Sign up here

Get in touch

3rd Floor
3 Marshalsea Road

0203 949 7470


Keep up to date

Please take a minute to answer a few questions on our new website. The feedback you provide will help us make the website easier for you to navigate and ensure you can find the content you’re after. In addition, we’ll enter you in to a prize draw for a £100 Amazon voucher*.

Take Survey Not now Never