Some magazine publishers started producing video more than 10 years ago, creating DVDs to attach to the front of magazines. Now many are producing hundreds of online videos a year.
Audiences are watching the films on the publishers’ own sites, on YouTube, and within apps; viewing on desktop computers, tablets, mobile phones and connected TVs.
In this podcast we hear from:
- Pete Wootton, managing director of Dennis Interactive, the digital division of Dennis Publishing
- Grant Bremner, head of Future TV at Future (which has titles including T3, TechRadar and Future Music)
- Kevin Perry, assistant editor of NME.com (owned by IPC Media), who also manages the music title’s video content
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