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WAN-IFRA Reports

WAN-IFRA Reports identify, analyse and promote all important breakthroughs and opportunities that can benefit news publishers all over the world.

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.

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  • April 2016 - English
    Detailed case studies of publishers tapping revenue streams including niche sites, events, digital marketing services and e-commerce, among others.
    250 EUR
    Free
  • April 2016 - Spanish
    Casos de estudio sobre vías de ingresos que incluyen eventos, servicios de marketing digital, comercio electrónico, entre otros.
    250 EUR
    Free
  • March 2016 - English
    Two years ago, a decision of the Court of Justice of the European Union created the "Right to be Forgotten." The report analyses the judgment and examines its extraterritorial implementation.
    Free EUR
    Free
  • January 2016 - English
    Profiles of the 2015 World Digital Media Award winners.
    250 EUR
    Free
  • October 2015 - English
    The latest issue of the definitive guide to the global newspaper industry, in numbers, trends and changes.
    250 EUR
    Free
  • September 2015 - English
    This new WAN-IFRA Report examines the main options for newspaper printers in the wake of news media's transformation: optimizing production costs, contending with hurdles and pitfalls, and – most...
    250 EUR
    Free
  • July 2015 - English
    In January 2015, the WAN-IFRA World Printers Forum Board decided to intensify working in the area of print standardisation in cooperation with newspaper printers worldwide. A new version of the...
    250 EUR
    Free
  • July 2015 - English
    WAN-IFRA and the World Editors Forum are honoured that Harvard University's Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy has chosen the association to share one of the center's latest...
  • June 2015 - English
    From the table of contents: FOREWORD Robert Thomson, Chief Executive, News Corp ESSAY Francisco Pinto Balsemão Chairman, Impresa Group THE FUTURE OF NEWS LOOKING AHEADA look into the future with The...
    250 EUR
    Free
  • June 2015 - English
    The World Editors Forum’s 11th report on the state of the news industry canvases the views of over 50 international editors, journalists and digital experts – from the USA and the U.K. to the...
    500 EUR
    Free

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