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NME
NME: “Everything we’ve done from a reader perspective since going free has come back with a big thumbs up so far,” said NME’s editor-in-chief, Mike Williams.  At an [...]
TBSeen.com
TBSeen.com: “We wanted to create a world of smart shopping. Gaining money back on the stuff you’re buying is pretty much our mantra”. At a Gorkana media briefing, the core [...]
What Car?
What Car? From the outset, when it launched in 1973, What Car? set out to be different, says editorial director, Jim Holder. At an exclusive Gorkana media briefing this week, [...]
Future of food media – how to get ahead in the ‘food revolution’
Stories “behind” the food people eat and great visual content are now most likely to keep readers and users engaged, according to the panellists [...]
BuzzFeed
BuzzFeed “BuzzFeed content needs to be incredible, unique and not seen anywhere else.” At a Gorkana media briefing this week, a trio of BuzzFeed‘s editorial team shared [...]
The Sun, City Page
The Sun, City Page The Sun is, perhaps, not best known for its business news. Yet, as Rhodri Phillips, business editor at the tabloid which is the UK’s largest [...]
International Business Times UK
International Business Times UK Big changes are taking place at International Business Times, a digital first news organisation, which reaches 55 million global readers a [...]
The Daily Telegraph
The Daily Telegraph The Daily Telegraph’s business coverage is both award-winning and respected industry wide, and at an exclusive Gorkana briefing this week, joint group [...]
The Huffington Post UK
The Huffington Post UK The Huffington Post UK will be five years old on July 6 and, at an exclusive Gorkana briefing this week, editor-in-chief Stephen Hull, alongside the [...]
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