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September 2013

30 September 2013

Cheboksary kiosk owners will be forced to update the facades

Mayor of Cheboksary Leonid Cherkesov instructed experts of the city hall to conduct  a raid on kiosks, to find outmoded structures, which have to be demolished subsequently. As a result, 35 such kiosks were founded.

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27 September 2013

Dmitry Martynov : The situation in the print media market is difficult, but not hopeless

At the ongoing XXV media conference in Turkey the President of the Association D. V. Martynov made a presentation, with a detailed analysis of the current problems of printed media in Russia and abroad. The report gives estimates of actual changes in the periodical market, innovative solutions implemented in the media business are discussed, contains recommendations for the further development of the industry in relation to the existing realities in the country.

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26 September 2013

Press in the supermarkets in the focus of interest of publishers, distributors and retailers

Within the framework of the PDA’s XXV International Media Conference In Turkey,  a meeting of the section on the press distribution in networks of self-service stores took place. Moderators of the Section were the CEO’s of two major distribution companies for the distribution of printed materials in Russia – A. N. Bogdanov ("Sales" JSC) and K. P. Nedosekin ("Media Distribution"Ltd. ). The event was attended by representatives of the publishing and distribution businesses.

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25 September 2013

PDA’s XXV jubilee Media-conference opened in Turkey

On September 23, 2013 PDA’s XXV jubilee mediakonference  "The market of printed and electronic media in Russia in 2014: Issues and Trends " was opened in Side (Turkey).  It is attended by over 70 representatives of federal agencies and the media industry companies, including the Federal Agency for Press and Mass Communications, Federal State Unitary Enterprise "Russian Post", the leading publishing houses and distribution companies from Barnaul, Vladimir, Voronezh, Yekaterinburg, Moscow, Novosibirsk, Novoural'sk, St. Petersburg, Tver , Cheboksary, Yaroslavl, as well as from Belarus , Kazakhstan, Latvia, Ukraine and Germany.

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24 September 2013

Hollywood stars read the Chelyabinsk newspaper

The other day there were pictures on the Internet, in the authenticity of which no one still can believe. Hollywood's top stars from Angelina Jolie to Johnny Depp are holding a "Kopeyskij rabochij” newspaper, one of the oldest media of the Chelyabinsk region, and are scrutinizing its pages with interest.

Of course, everyone thought it was a photoshop. However, it turned out that the source of images – is the newspaper. Chief editor of the edition Dmitry Sogrin insists, that there is no photoshop here, the real actors of Hollywood are in these photos with this newspaper in their hands. It turns out that, from 2008, the residents of Kopeysk regularly read interviews with the Hollywood celebrities and admire these photos here and there the debate is going on as well: if it’s a photoshop, is a joke or the truth. Sogrin says: that’s absolute true, because the editorial has its men in Hollywood.
It turns out, that the editors are collaborating with the former Kopeysk resident Margaret Sushkevich, who went to U.S. for more than 10 years ago and married a producer Jack Tewksbury, which is producer of the "Golden Globe” ceremony. Tewkesbury is a film critic and journalist; he is a member of the Foreign Press Association in Hollywood. In general, it is not surprising that he has access to celebrities. Along with him such a right was given also to Margarita. Since 2001, she and Jack started delivering interviews with the stars to the Russian media and since 2008 they have established ties with "Kopeyskij rabochij” and began to publish materials in it under a pseudonym “Ali Sar”.

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23 September 2013

‘Big Bang’ theory: Dirty tricks, stunts alleged in Moscow mayoral poll

Supporters of opposition blogger and Moscow mayoral candidate Aleksey Navalny plan provocations to spark unrest and riots shortly before the leadership poll in the Russian capital, a popular daily reports quoting sources in the security services.

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20 September 2013

Magazines Ready Offensive as Possible Exigent Rates Near

Direct mailers are up in arms and banding together as the United States Postal Service (USPS) circles a potential exigent rate increase for 2014. With the USPS Postal Board of Governors set to convene on Sept. 5 and expected to discuss a possible path toward solvency, periodical publishers are preparing to argue against what they believe is an additional financial burden.

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19 September 2013

Tariffs of "Russian Post" can be freezed

Freezing of tariffs in 2014 proposed by the Government for the subjects of natural monopolies may affect not only the energy and railway workers, but also communicators - particularly "Rostelecom" and "Russian Post". According to calculations by the Federal Tariff Service (FTS), the proposed measures to stimulate the economy will lead to an increase of losses of "Post", reducing its economic stability, putting at risk of non-payment of loans, as well as will  slow down the growth of postmen wages. For the "Rostelecom" denial of indexation will be less critical.

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17 September 2013

New and updated in the program of media-conference in Turkey

Filling the program of PDA’s  XXV  media-conference "Printed and electronic media market in Russia in 2014: Issues and Trends", which will be held from 22 to 29 September in Turkey, with an explicit content, continues.

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16 September 2013

Online Advertising in a Post-Banner Ad World

The changing banner ad market has brought about the rise of a new breed of digital advertising. Here, Mark Howard, chief revenue officer at Forbes Media and speaker at FOLIO:’s MediaNext event, October 28 to 30 in New York, talks about native advertising solutions, building audience engagement and leveraging sponsorships into direct sales.

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