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On Wednesday I posted about how the UK’s major newspapers refer, or rather don’t, to their journalism on the web, tablet and mobile. I suggested that better signposting of content on other platforms would, over time, lessen the impact of a decline in newspaper sales and help drive online users. With that in mind, I …

Yesterday I posted about how the UK’s major newspapers refer, or rather don’t, to their journalism on the web, tablet and mobile. I suggested that better signposting of content on other platforms would, over time, lessen the impact of a decline in newspaper sales and help drive online users. With that in mind, I decided …

A couple of weeks ago I read an interesting piece by Robert Andrews on paidContent about The Times (NB: where I work as Communities Editor) and how it could be read by more people digitally by 2014, based on the growth of digital subscribers and the dwindling print circulation. It was a good all round …

As I read the first ever Sun on Sunday yesterday, it occurred to me how many of the stories were ‘exclusives’. British plans for a war with Iran (page 9), reaction from the parents of murdered teenager Nikitta Grender (page 19), an interview with Gary Oldman (page 47); there was a ton of them. In total, …