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Interviews with some of the most celebrated Editors in Lifestyle media in the UK today. The aim of this series is to provide PRs and brands with an insight into the daily workings of each publication, and hopefully provide some golden nuggets of information and best practices to get into each Editors good books, and therefore coverage. They'll be discussing their journey to becoming an Editor, how things have changed since then, and more recently, the Editorial structure and process of the p ...
 
Join comedy duo Anna and Emily as they take a look at the gems of their childhood with fresh eyes. Ace Ventura, Sex and the City, Friends... are they still legit? Anna Leong Brophy and Emily Lloyd-Saini are two halves of sketch act EGG. Find them @eggcomedy on all the social medias. Cover photo by Garry MacLennan Jingles by Mawaan Rizwan
 
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On this week's episode of Media Voices we hear from David Floyd, MD of Social Spider, a community interest company that publishes five community newspapers in London. He tells us about finding a new model for local news - one that's maybe commercially viable enough - and about why local news matters. In the news roundup the team discusses the revel…
 
In this special Conversations episode we hear about the past, future and most importantly present of robot journalism. Automated journalism has been around for many years now, delivering value back to the parent newsrooms that use it effectively. AI tools allow newsrooms to tailor the output of the robots to fit their house style, to interview peop…
 
On this special episode of Media Voices, former Editor in Chief of EMPIRE Terri White takes us through the changes she made during her time at the magazine, from opening up the brand to a wider audience of both readers and contributors, to inspiring staff and cultivating the passionate community of new and longer-term subscribers. She also expounds…
 
“One Voice” is the UK’s biggest conference for voiceovers, and Leah Marks and Nic Redman from the British Podcast Award-nominated Voiceover Social podcast, have put together this collection of the best bits of One Voice 2021 especially for you, Media Podcast listeners. Featuring top impersonators Rory Bremner and Jess Robinson, as well as the best …
 
In this week's episode we hear from Sophie Cross, the founder and editor of Freelancer magazine. She tells Peter about her penchant for writing business plans, the freelance community that inspired the Freelancer magazine launch, and how she kept the spark going after the initial rush of the first issue.In the news roundup the team discusses the re…
 
In this episode Future's Chief Audience and Ecommerce Officer Aaron Asadi tells us about where the ecommerce function sits within Future, how it is developing in relation to audience development, and creating content for affiliate ecommerce revenues across a huge range of brands.In the news roundup the team discusses whether climate change needs to…
 
This week we hear from Marcela Kunova, Editor at Journalism.co.uk. She’s recently launched a newsroom innovation mentorship programme which will pair experienced industry professionals with local and regional journalists in the UK, with the aim of nurturing innovation in audience engagement, AI, editorial strategy and more. We talked about what she…
 
This week, we hear from Chris Duncan, CEO of UK Publishing at Bauer Media Group. He joined the company just a few weeks after last year's lockdown, so he talks about what it's been like leading Bauer through such a turbulent year, their wins and losses throughout the pandemic, and which trends he's seen accelerated in the business. He also discusse…
 
This week, we hear from Jo Holdaway, Chief Data and Marketing Officer at Independent Digital News & Media - home of The Independent and The Evening Standard. She talks about what sort of data is important to publishers, especially when it comes to subscription strategies, why it's important to have a diverse team working with data, and how she's pr…
 
Joining Olly Mann this week are: Deadline’s international editor, Jake Kanter, podcaster and founder of Don’t Skip Media, Christina Moore and the writer, podcaster and audio critic Caroline Crampton. This week: It’s deja vu all over again, as the government ponders selling Channel 4 – but is the case for a sale stronger now than it was five years a…
 
This week we hear from Jasper Wang, VP of Revenue & Operations for Defector Media. Defector was formed after a mass staff exodus from former GO Media property Deadspin after an internal dispute about who knew its audience best. Defector is now an employee-owned and operated news site that has introduced measures specifically to ensure its staff hav…
 
This week, we hear from Mohamed Nanabhay, Deputy CEO of the Media Development Investment Fund. He talks about his work in the early days of online publishing bringing 'new media' to Al Jazeera, how the MDIF decides which businesses to invest in, and why he thinks the pandemic has provided an opportunity for independent media to thrive. Their latest…
 
Today we've handpicked three choice sessions from this year's mammoth international conference on podcasting, Podcast Day 24. Featuring: Shima Oliaee on the making of Dolly Parton's America former WNYC & BBC exec Tony Phillips on the future of audio Richard Palmer from Triton Digital and Jamie Cho from Commercial Radio Australia on how Australia is…
 
In this week's episode we hear from Decanter's Editor in Chief Chris Maillard about the challenge of refreshing Future's newly-acquired wine brand - without alienating its incredibly loyal readership. In the news roundup we discuss whether local news has reached a turning point, ask if we'd pay for Twitter Blue, and laugh at Trump closing his blog …
 
For publishers with a well established content workflow, adding podcasts can seem like a daunting task. But, as this Conversations episode demonstrates, those publishers already have what is needed to create and distribute podcasts that add value to your audience and business alike. Media Voices co-founder Chris Sutcliffe talks to Eurosport’s Aude …
 
In this week's episode we hear from Robbie Kellman Baxter, an author and consultant with over twenty years of experience in subscription pricing, digital community, and freemium. Robbie started working with membership and subscription models like Netflix while they were still sending out DVDs, and has written The Membership Economy and The Forever …
 
Olly Mann is joined by the editor of Newsweek International, Alex Hudson and chief content officer of Somethin’ Else, Steve Ackerman. This week: Audio awards aplenty at the ARIAs. Discovery merges with WarnerMedia and Amazon buys Bond’s back catalogue – along with the rest of MGM. BBC Studios struggles to secure a new boss and the fallout continues…
 
This week we hear from Bo Sacks, lecturer and media expert, about trends that have come and gone, why he thinks there’s strength in print as a niche product, and why we’re currently in the golden age of publishing.In the news roundup we discuss the vampiric Alden Global Capital acquiring Tribune Publishing (née Tronc), Snapchat's push into augmente…
 
In this special episode, the Media Voices team take a look at which media companies and personalities have been the biggest winners and losers of the lockdown-era. From The Big Issue to almost every event company, we try to find the silver linings for publishers in what's been a mostly awful year.저자 Media Voices
 
Joining Olly Mann are the CEO of production company Nine Lives Media and exec producer of Songs Of Praise, Cat Lewis, radio presenter and broadcast consultant Paul Robinson and journalist and founder of podcast company Message Heard, Jake Warren. This week: Studio audiences are set to return but some shows including Have I Got News For You will als…
 
This week Mental Floss editor in chief Erin McCarthy tells us about how its celebrating its 20th anniversary, how the magazine started in a university dorm room, its mission to help people feel smarter and how the team decides what to cover.In the news roundup the team discuss a good week for a business-savvy Twitter, a bad week for Facebook and Sn…
 
This week Twitch's Creative Strategy Lead Jack Woodcock tells us about the opportunities for publishers around livestreaming, what lessons we can learn from the success of individual streamers, and how the team at Twitch looks to the community when creating new features.In the news roundup the team discuss the rise of subscription products for podc…
 
Joining Olly Mann this week are the news editor of the Press Gazette, Charlotte Tobitt, radio executive Trevor Dann and digital editor at Immediate Media, Rebecca Messina This week: As Spotify and Apple launch paid subscriptions for podcasters what will it mean for the way audio makers get paid? Also: News UK scales back its TV ambitions. Who might…
 
In this week's episode we hear from co-founder Gina Tonic on The Fat Zine - an independent magazine by fat people for fat people plus those that care. We spoke about the F word, the influence of Pitch Perfect, being an activist vs being a publisher, Fat Liberation and how inside every thin person there’s a fat person dying to get out.In the news ro…
 
This week, we hear from the Wall Street Journal’s Editor of Live Journalism and Special Content Kim Last. She talks about the role of live journalism at the publication, how they adapted when the pandemic hit, and what they are doing to bring events and networking to life virtually as their Future of Everything Festival approaches.In the news round…
 
Olly Mann is joined by the entertainment director of Heat magazine and host of the PilotTV podcast, Boyd Hilton, writer, editor and campaigner currently working at Hello magazine, Elizabeth Carr-Ellis, and broadcast consultant and director of RadioTechCon, Ann Charles. This week: How might coverage of future high-profile deaths be adjusted in the w…
 
Olly Mann is joined by planning director at Edelman, Karin Robinson, LBC presenter, author and broadcaster Iain Dale and media executive and director of broadcasting at City University London, Professor Lis Howell. This week: BBC Four winds down original commissioning so will an archive-only channel be more high-brow or low-brow than BBC Two? Spoti…
 
This week Hannah Robathan, co-founder of Shado, tell us about the realities of publishing a print magazine and online platform that gives people the space to tell their own stories. We spoke about their frustration with the mainstream media, what activism means and what success looks like for Shado.In the news roundup, the BBC and Reach make big an…
 
Olly Mann is joined by journalist, broadcaster and one half of Fortunately…, Jane Garvey and the managing director of Folder Media and co-founder of the British Podcast Awards, Matt Deegan. This week: The BBC announces plans to shift programmes and networks around the UK but will audiences see and hear a difference? As Facebook ends its feud with t…
 
On this week's episode The Big Issue CEO Paul Cheal tells us about the magazine’s fight to survive lockdown, the innovations that got it through and how those changes have spurred new ways of thinking about how the Big Issue will work in the future.In the news roundup the team recaps a week that reflects poorly on the UK media landscape and asks wh…
 
This week James Stables, founder and Co CEO of tech recommendation sites Wareable.com and The Ambient, discusses the meteoric rise of the business, unknown SEO problems, and the precarious nature of affiliate revenues. In the news roundup it's Peter vs. Esther in the battle of reader revenues. We discuss the Facebook Oversight Board's teething trou…
 
Olly Mann is joined by journalist and Channel 4 historian Maggie Brown and Deadline’s international editor, Jake Kanter to discuss BBC Three’s return to broadcast TV. A former Fleet Street editor reveals he supported the IRA. New Scientist is snapped up by the publisher of the Daily Mail and the budget offers some financial help for freelancers plu…
 
In this week's episode Hannah Taylor, editor and founder for The Delicate Rébellion, tells us about her print magazine showcasing the work of independent female creatives, the community that has grown out of the magazine and her new online shop. She tells us how crappy teachers led her eventually to start her own magazine to encourage women to foll…
 
This week Megan Lucero, director of the Bureau Local at the Bureau of Investigative Journalism, provides us with a look at the present and future of local journalism. From the trials of finding resources to the project mentality behind some powerful stories, Lucero provides a hopeful and achievable look at how regional media is changing.In the news…
 
Olly Mann is joined by the editor of Newsweek International, Alex Hudson and TV development executive Steven Bricknall. This week: Chattering classes pull up a chair in Clubhouse; Australian Facebook users lose access to news articles in a row with the Australian government; BBC World News TV is pulled in China and World Service radio goes silent i…
 
This week Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, Director at the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at the University of Oxford, tells us where newspapers are going wrong in their subscription marketing. We also discuss why there’s no easy solution to the need for internal change in newsrooms, why Nordic countries outperform when it comes to the membersh…
 
This week Zach Seward, CEO of Quartz, explains why he bought the business lifestyle brand from Uzabase. He tells us how it all started and how it’s going, about memberships and advertising, and the Quartz mission to make business better.In the news roundup Peter and Chris discuss the opportunities for The New European after its purchase by a consor…
 
Olly Mann is joined by director of Creative Media Partners, Paul Robinson, founder of production house Gold Wala, Faraz Osman and the creative director of Zinc Media, Emma Hindley. On today’s show: Allegations of bullying emerge from behind the Gogglebox sofas. Why the advertising standards authority has clipped Ryanair’s wings and former editors o…
 
This week Dr Samir Husni, founder and director of the Magazine Innovation Center at the University of Mississippi’s School of Journalism and New Media, tells us why magazines are the ultimate new media. He explains the wild ride that was magazine publishing in 2020, his print evangelism, the benefits that digital brings and his favourite magazine. …
 
This week we hear from Yahoo Lifestyle's Editor in Chief for Southeast Asia Reta Lee. We talked about her career in media and her work at Yahoo Lifestyle, including spinning up new content pillars and identifying new trends. She also discusses the opportunity for eCommerce in Asia, collaborating with teams in the US and UK, and what opportunities s…
 
Last year, the team at Pugpig decided to take a step back from their day-to-day development work and get a sense of what was going on in the wider digital publishing market. Analysing data from their publishing clients and interviewing 40 senior executives, they created the company’s first annual State of the Digital Publishing Market report.As the…
 
This week Anna is joined by comedian and one third of Pappy's, the joyful Tom Parry, to discuss the 1987 film Mannequin. Yes, Kim Cattrall is an ancient Egyptian who comes back to life as a department store dummy by a 24-year-old man-child. But is it still legit? We discuss writers wet dreams, unnecessary grand pianos, and the Tom Parry Pulling Tec…
 
This week Ian McAuliffe, founder and CEO of Think Publishing, talks about the evolving landscape of contract publishing. He tells us about the ideal employee or a contract publisher, the ideal client and how the pandemic has accelerated digital adoption amongst traditionally conservative clients, but still not killed off print.In the news roundup, …
 
It's our fifth annual predictions special! Join Olly Mann as he floats swiftly through the lockdown homes of our media pundits to discover what the year head might have in store for the UK media industry... and listen as they squirm for being unfairly held to account for predictions made in 2020. Featuring the predictions of Jake Kanter (Deadline),…
 
OH FRABJOUS DAY! We get Emily back for a gleeful episode dissecting the 2000 Nancy Meyers film What Women Want. Is it still legit? We talk tiny flowers on massive pants, Frank Sinatra dance breaks and Mel Gibson devouring Helen Hunt. Follow us for updates! @stilllegitpod on Twitter @stilllegitpodcast on Instagram Or email your thoughts and suggesti…
 
This week Sara Fischer, Media Reporter at Axios, tells us about her process for crafting a thoughtful, informative newsletter, whether Axios’ ‘smart brevity’ model can work for local news, and what lessons she’s taken from covering media companies that she applies to her own work.In the news roundup the team discuss the fallout for publishers from …
 
Our first interview of 2021 is with the amazingly brilliant: - Anna Morley - Style Editor at Real Homes Magazine Anna was a photographer realising her passion for publishing following a spell at photo agency ZUMA Press in LA, and Weber Shandwick in Scotland, and then 'procured', shall we say, a role as Picture Editor at Thomson Reuters, before movi…
 
Is that... hair gel? No, it's the Farrelly Brother's classic There's Something About Mary! Is it Still Legit? Anna is joined by the excellent Helen Bauer to talk hamster stockings, spotting red flags and the R word, while learning about the relative virtues of our respective boob sizes. What more could you ask for, hey? Follow Helen! @helenbabauer …
 
In some slightly off-beat Christmas programming, Anna is joined by actor and comedian Freya Parker to discuss the MADNESS that is the Goldie Hawn film, Overboard. We discuss kidnapping as revenge, tiny strips of t-shirt and when your fake kids think you've got a nice ass. And just - WOW. wow. This film. Follow Freya on instagram and twitter: @iamfr…
 
Olly is joined by Matt Deegan (Folder Media) and Rebecca Messina (Immediate Media) to discuss the media news from the past fortnight. On today’s show: Spotify snaps up Harry and Meghan - we take a look at the former royals’ podcast strategy and another spendy year for the Swedish music giant; we look to the future of broadcasting, as OFCOM announce…
 
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