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Middle East conference summaries

WAN-IFRA will be providing summaries of all presentations during the conference, beginning Tuesday, 8 February 2011. Please check back for updates. If you wish to receive the summaries by e-mail, send your request to larry.kilman@wan-ifra.org

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  • 2011-02-09 13:28
    All newspapers are seeking to differentiate themselves when it comes to the advertising solutions they offer, but nobody comes close to a recent initiative by The Hindu, which created a newspaper advertisement that speaks. Read more ...
  • 2011-02-09 13:20
    Newspaper companies complain about losing young readers, and Reiner Esser is not surprised. Read more ...
  • 2011-02-09 13:15
    Technology can drive so many innovations for publishers – but knowing how to integrate the technologies into clear publishing strategies is essential. Read more ...
  • 2011-02-09 13:08
    With all the innovations that are occurring in digital media, it would be easy to assume that nothing is happening in print. Read more ...
  • 2011-02-09 12:58
    With 17 newspapers, 105 magazine titles, 25 different digital verticals, plus mobile, radio, and outdoor companies, Singapore Press Holdings is well-placed to provide advertising customers with cross-media solutions. Read more ...
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  • 2011-02-08 17:26
    "We're on the verge of a very exciting tipping point when it comes to the internet industry in the Middle East," says Abdulrahman Tarabzounil, and he should know. As Head of Google Emerging Arabia, his business stands to benefit from an internet boom. Read more ...
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  • The panel: (left to right) Najam Khawaja, Bandar Asiri, Mohamed K. Alayyan, Tanv
    2011-02-08 12:40
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