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Research Reports – Shaping the Future of news publishing

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Research Reports – Shaping the Future of news publishing

WAN-IFRA’s Shaping the Future of News Publishing project identifies, analyses and publicises all important breakthroughs and opportunities that can benefit news publishers all over the world. SFN provides WAN-IFRA members with research and reports on these developments, and a wealth of vital information for all those who need to follow press industry trends.

To browse, download or order reports, please see below and follow the instructions. Employees of member companies can get individual user accounts to download reports for free. Most reports are also available to non-members at a charge.

The “Report Type Archive” may help you find older reports. We recommend you use the “Topic” search to broaden your search results.

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  • October 2014 - English
    Each day, more than half the world’s adult population read a daily newspaper: 2.5 billion in print and more than 800 million in digital form. The newspaper industry generates over US$ 160 billion of...
    250 EUR
    Free
  • September 2014 - English
    There is a very simple but powerful reason why something should be done about reducing newsprint waste – economics. Money saved on newsprint is money earned.
    150 EUR
    Free
  • June 2014 - English
    From the table of contents: FOREWORD: Mark Thompson, President and CEO, The New York Times; DIGITAL-FIRST: The Financial Times flips print / digital workflows and revenues; NEWSROOM MANAGEMENT: Axel...
    150 EUR
    Free
  • May 2014 - English
    The World Editors Forum’s tenth report on the state of the news industry is available free of charge to WEF members as well as WAN-IFRA members.
    150 EUR
    Free
  • October 2013 - English
    (This report is free of charge for WAN-IFRA members and non-members alike.) In many parts of the globe, online comments have become an essential ingredient of a thriving news publication: readers...
    Free EUR
    Free
  • September 2013 - English
    Will digital printing replace the offset process in the future? Does the advent of digital webfed presses herald the end of coldset newspaper printing? There is at any rate a growing interest in...
    150 EUR
    Free
  • September 2013 - German
    Wird der Digitaldruck den Offsetdruck mit der Zeit verdrängen? Läuten die digitalen Rollendruckmaschinen das Ende des Coldset-Zeitungsdrucks ein? Tatsache ist, dass das Interesse am digitalen...
    150 EUR
    Free
  • September 2013 - English
    Once a mainstay of newspaper ad revenue (especially in the USA), printed classified advertisements have shrunk to a shadow of their former importance, paralleled by the explosive growth of...
    150 EUR
    Free
  • September 2013 - German
    (Available in German only) Die vorliegende Arbeit beschäftigt sich mit dem Potenzial von Anzeigen in Zeitungs-Apps, den verschiedenen verfügbaren Anzeigenformaten und den Erfolgsfaktoren für...
    150 EUR
    Free
  • August 2013 - English
    Despite economic and social pressures, news media are flourishing. Each day, more than half the world’s adult population read a daily newspaper: 2.5 billion in print and more than 600 million in...
    250 EUR
    Free

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  • The World Editors Forum’s tenth report on the state of the news industry is available free of charge to WEF members as well as WAN-IFRA members.

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  • One of WAN-IFRA’s most important activities is research in all areas of newspaper production, digital media development, media business, advertising, organisation and strategy. WAN-IFRA Research goes under the brand name of Shaping the Future of News publishing (SFN). Research projects are also being conducted in the developing world under the name of “Media Development”.
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