By Emily Byrne Header Image by Gemma Smith Here at YUDU we’re promoting a proactive and productive lockdown. Reading has definitely benefited my own well-being and given me the opportunity to be mindful and find a little safe space away from the chaos of Covid-19. I’ve been using my extra time to read into personal... Continue Reading →
By Jim Preen, Director of Crisis Management at YUDU Header Image by Gemma Smith Publishers who are struggling to get their content printed and distributed during the coronavirus outbreak are turning to digital, says YUDU CEO Richard Stephenson. Newspapers, journals and trade magazines are seeing a huge spike in readership on the back of the... Continue Reading →
Last month the EU proposed a new copyright law , which shows a growing concern over how to rein in plagiarism, “fake news” and the power of internet giants like Google and Facebook.
Some may see Apple's acquisition of Texture as a surprising move, but I think it is carefully calibrated but unlikely to deliver any revenues that will be significant for Apple or the magazine companies. As many will know, we have been demoting our position in the B2C subscription magazine market, having previously provided digital publishing... Continue Reading →
Alison Watson, CEO and founder of Class of Your Own, has been awarded an MBE for her pioneering work in education. By bringing industry leaders in engineering, architecture and construction into a curriculum that gives children and young people a head start in these fields, Alison has changed lives and opened up a world of opportunities, inspiring the next generation of engineers.