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World Press Trends 2010
World Press Trends is the primary and most authoritative source of market data on the newspaper industry world-wide. This research report presents a broad overview of the industry as well as detailed analyses of individual markets. More

 


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Trends in Newsrooms 2010
A review from the World Editors Forum of best practices in major newspapers around the world about print and online integration, newsroom design, newsroom management, online strategies, newspaper design and many other issues. More

 


World Digital Media Trends 2010
World Digital Media Trends is a special report from WAN's Shaping the Future of the Newspaper programme (SFN). It presents the most important digital trends and issues facing the media industry including the highlights of 70 major digital media studies from leading research companies. More

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