On Thursday, October 17, Visiolink will once again hit the road and attend a media conference abroad. This time, we will be attending the Lokal & Digital conference in Bergen under the auspices of Norway’s organization for local newspaper’s, Landslaget for lokalaviser (LLA).
Podcasts and narrated articles have already enjoyed great success, and in 2019 we will see more media companies boarding the audio train. Let’s take a look at what all the fuss is about.
Before we all get used to writing 2019, I would like to take a look back on the past year – what went well, and what can we expect from the new year?
This year's Inspirational Tour came to a successful conclusion as it finished off with a well-attended event in Hamburg. Get a video recap of the Copenhagen tour here and start looking forward to next year.
The new iOS app from Schleswig-Holsteinischer Zeitungsverlag, commonly known as SH:Z, is now live and available for download. Get a sneak peek of the app in our video tour and hear what the people from SH:Z has to say about their new app.
The fact that digital publishing is possible isn’t news anymore. Media houses around the world have succeeded in developing strong business models for digital publishing. They do so to help get readers’ attention in an industry that’s been stagnating for several years.
Christmas has come early this year! Our latest European ePaper Benchmark Report is now available for download.
Last week, the Visiolink steering group met up with our Customer Advisory Board (VCAB). But what's the deal with this board and why is it important to you?
As of May 25, 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into force. We will individually contact all our customers to clarify what needs to be done in order to meet regulation requirements.
When 2017 is coming to an end, there's definitely one thing, we'll look back on with pride and joy and that's the Visiolink Inspirational Tour. We've made a video recap of the events. Maybe you're in it?
For the first time ever, digital papers and digital magazines were included in the Danish readership figures that were released earlier this week. The figures weren’t the most encouraging ever seen, but the fact that digital editions were included is definitely worth mentioning.
"I strongly disagree. A journalist's role is not to judge, and that's what you are talking about." The words, uttered by editor-in-chief Jacob Nybroe of Jyllands-Posten to another editor-in-chief, Lea Korsgaard of Zetland, fell on Wednesday the 19th in a panel debate hosted by Visiolink at the beautiful Aarhus City Hall. The debate centered on the state and future of journalism, and one of the main issues was trust (and mistrust) between people, media and governments.