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November 2012

30 November 2012

Flight Line Magazine: Debut in Sochi

In December 2012 editorial staff of Flight Line Magazine starts publishing special edition for the readers of the southern part of Russia. Passengers of Sochi (Adler) airport will be the first ones to get acquainted with adapted version of the popular magazine.

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29 November 2012

Independent owner Alexander Lebedev forced to sell stake in paper

The owner of The Independent and Evening Standard is searching for an investor to share the pain of his losses.

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28 November 2012

Top 10 Russian online media: business value, audience and revenues

The problem of measuring the Internet assets value is one of the interesting questions in the ruNet. This small research is devoted to attendance, profitability and business value of the biggest Russian online media.

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27 November 2012

The biggest Russian dailies in Latvia team up

According to the data of Latvian "The Hour" newspaper’s Internet version, it merges with another Russian-language daily newspaper – "News Today". The new newspaper will be published under the name "News Today" on December 10.

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26 November 2012

WH Smith to open Russian stores in 2013

“Newspapers, books and stationery retailer WH Smith Plc plans to open its first stores in Russia next year as part of its broader global expansion plans”, property consultant Knight Frank said on Thursday.

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23 November 2012

Moscow newspapers’ advertising revenues in October 2012 increased by 10.8% compared to the previous year

The market leader is the newspaper “Metro-Moscow”, whose market share is 12.1%. It is a quarter more than the nearest competitor’s share – classified "Work & Salary" (8.9%). Daily newspaper "Komsomolskaya Pravda", which is on the third place with 7.1% market share, won’t reach “Metro” even if we sum up its share with the weekly "Komsomolskaya Pravda - Tolstyshka" publication’s share (total 12.0%).

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21 November 2012

The Russian government agreed to extend the preferential import duties on coated paper

5% duty on the import of coated paper certain types will be valid until the end of 2013. So publishers can keep calm till this date: publication published in Russia, will not suffer.

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20 November 2012

The E-book Piracy rate reaches 80-90%

According to the DISCOVERY Research Group data, the consequences of the global financial and economic crisis in the publishing industry are not yet completely overcome. Total market volume in rubles and in sold calculation continues to fall. One of the most significant trends is the increase of non-printed goods in the range of books and press point of sales.

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19 November 2012

Print beats TV in advertising ROI stakes

Every £1 invested in magazine advertising generates an average return on investment (ROI) of £1.40, according to new research from IPC media.

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16 November 2012

Newspaper "AIF Petersburg" asks government to draft a bill of printed media support

The newspaper "Arguments and Facts Petersburg" described the hard situation with the printed media distribution in the northern capital of Russia, St. Petersburg. Publications need to increase the amount of ads on its pages to survive. But it has a bad impact on the content. To change the market situation politicians should pay attention to this problem. The editors of the St. Petersburg media hope that their initiative will be supported by the city's parliament, who can draft a bill to improve the situation in the press market.

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