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October 2013

31 October 2013

Trees will be planted at the site of illegal stalls in Chelyabinsk

The authorities of Chelyabinsk  intend to discuss the issue of demolishing the illegal stalls with the businessmen. In the next two weeks meetings with the representatives of small and medium-sized businesses will be held. At the same time the demolition of illegal temporary facilities will be continued.

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29 October 2013

Media: FSB wants to control Internet traffic in Russia

The Federal Security Service (FSB)and Ministry of Communications agreed on a draft of the order, according to which all internet providers are required to install by July 1, 2014 equipment for recording and storing Internet traffic on their network for a period of not less than 12 hours, though the security forces will have direct access to these records .

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28 October 2013

MPA-AMC Keynote by Mary Berner

President and CEO of the MPA Mary Berner opened with her usual verve and esprit de corps as the opening keynote speaker at the AM²C 2013 Conference.She opened with the comment that “I’m not pissed anymore at least about where we are and where we are headed as an industry.” I can’t address what Mary may or may not be angry about, but I agree that we have made great strides in adapting to the necessary changes that face our industry. 

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25 October 2013

Freedom of the Press Foundation takes over Aaron Swartz's whistleblower project

Whistleblowers, rejoice! The Freedom of the Press Foundation is taking the helm of a secure document-submission service co-created by late computer prodigy Aaron Swartz, and wants to make it more accessible than ever.

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24 October 2013

Frankfurt Book Fair: 'Print will always be important'

The chief executive of the world's largest trade book publisher has stressed the ongoing importance of print whilst taking part in a panel discussion at the Frankfurt Book Fair last week (9-13 October).

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23 October 2013

Printed media audience in Novosibirsk reduced by 30 %

On October 18, within the VI Novosibirsk City Media Forum a round table on "The current trends in printed and electronic media" was held on in the City Hall. The results of the survey "The audience and ratings of Novosibirsk media", held in September 2013, were presented to journalists.

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22 October 2013

Hearst Plans YouTube Channel For Teen Girls

The Hearst Corporation is teaming with AwesomenessTV to co-launch a new freestanding YouTube channel as part of a joint venture meant to target teen girls through a multichannel network.

While terms of the deal were not disclosed, Hearst did announce that its Seventeen magazine brand will be the face of the new video channel. Content will be powered by programming from AwesomenessTV, a DreamWorks Animation subsidiary company.

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18 October 2013

Private hands are waiting for "Russian Post"

Ministry of Communications offers to privatize FSUE

Ministry of Communications has introduced the draft law on privatizing "Russian Post", the largest FSUE under the Ministry to the public discussion. In the Ministry of Communications they hope to privatize the company by the end of 2014, with the proviso that the timing of privatization must determine Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.

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17 October 2013

The results of the survey: "Do you plan to subscribe to newspapers and magazines in the first half of 2014?"

Please, find below the results of a survey conducted on the topic: "Do you plan to subscribe to newspapers and magazines in the first half of 2014?".

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14 October 2013

Presentations from round table “The market of printed media in North America and Russia : trends and ways to save the business”

Dear colleagues please find bellow presentations from round table “The market of printed media in North America and Russia : trends and ways to save the business”

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