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This challenge we have a look at positivity and progress in Portugal, Raconteur’s progress from print flop to revenue, what the WaPo’s visible forensics staff is engaged on now, and why the golden age of podcasting hasn’t acquired began but.

At the moment’s roundup is dropped at you by Esther.

Media Voices at FIPP Congress 2022: Rebuilding from Covid

In a primary for us, we’re bringing you an episode straight from a convention! Peter has jetted off to Portugal for the 2022 FIPP World Media Congress. He’s been chatting with attendees on the occasion to seek out out what they’re hoping to study, what it’s like being again within the room, and the way optimistic they’re for the way forward for publishing.

The episode options highlights from FIPP CEO James Hewes, Professor Lucy Küng, Fortune’s Jim Jacovides, Tortoise’s Katie Vanneck-Smith, Pugpig’s Jonny Kaldor and Increase Saloon’s Rachel Arthur. If that isn’t tempting sufficient to get you to hear, then I’ll go away you with my favorite quote from Hewes’ opening keynote:

“The overriding theme of this Congress is positivity and progress. The multitude of latest alternatives open to us, along with the potential of renewal in our legacy companies signifies that there has by no means been a greater time to work on this trade, by no means been a extra thrilling time to be a writer.”

Raconteur’s CEO on ‘rollercoaster’ years from print journal flop to £2m revenue

Enterprise writer and content material advertising specialist Raconteur has had a “rollercoaster” few years, from almost going bust in 2016 after a failed print journal launch to revenue of £2m in 2021. He credit their long run success to sticking to their weapons on high quality of output when issues have been robust financially. 

The Washington Put up’s pandemic-born visible forensic staff is right here to remain

The Washington Put up launched a visible forensic staff lower than two years in the past. This small, pandemic-born staff is now doubling in dimension, however nonetheless working remotely throughout the US and overseas. Quick ahead two years and the staff has turned its consideration to the state of affairs in Ukraine, verifying the “each day firehose” of content material circulating on-line.

In the direction of the golden age of podcasting

Two podcasts for as we speak! This one options yours actually speaking to Charlotte Henry about why I believe the golden age of podcasting is but to come back. I additionally discuss a bit about what we’re hoping to realize with the Writer Podcast Awards, and among the modifications the trade has seen over the previous few years.


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