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Media, Books and Stationery Market Research

Mintel’s media, books and stationery market research reports provide a comprehensive and extensive overview of the marketplace including information on the media, books and stationery market size and media, books and stationery market share.


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  1. Regional Newspapers - UK - July 2017

    “Mintel’s research highlights a strong desire for regional/local newspapers to play a more proactive journalistic role; conducting more investigative research and launching campaigns on local issues. New resources are opening up to aid such regional journalism, while greater inclusion of ...

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    Consumer Report
    July 2017
    UK
  2. National Newspapers - UK - February 2017

    “Heightened controversy over the spread of fake news and misinformation in 2016 has presented established national newspaper brands with an opportunity to reaffirm to the public the important role they play in terms of offering reliable journalism.”
    – Rebecca McGrath, Senior Media Analyst

    This ...

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    Consumer Report
    February 2017
    UK
  3. Magazines - UK - December 2016

    “Consumers are more likely than ever to be accessing content one article at a time via social media or search, weakening the appeal of printed collections of content. The popularity of digital channels is pushing publishers towards multimedia content as users of digital channels expect video, ...

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    Consumer Report
    December 2016
    UK
  4. Regional Newspapers - UK - August 2016

    “Willingness to pay for digital regional newspaper content is growing, particularly among younger people. As ad blockers create a new threat to digital advertising revenue, more regional titles may want to consider the option of implementing a soft paywall on select regional content.”
    – Rebecca ...

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    Consumer Report
    August 2016
    UK
  5. News Consumption - Print, Online and Social - UK - February 2016

    “Facebook and Apple are looking to step up the role they play in news discovery and consumption with the introduction of aggregators that keep news readers within their eco-systems. In order to adapt to the potential impact these aggregators can have, publishers need to work to maintain control ...

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    Consumer Report
    February 2016
    UK
  6. Regional Newspapers - UK - August 2015

    Regional/local newspapers continue to struggle as the industry faces print circulation declines, job losses and closures. Publishers are putting extra investment into developing their online products in terms of content, format, advertising and paywalls in order to best compensate for the decline ...

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    Consumer Report
    August 2015
    UK
  7. Magazines - UK - June 2015

    "With print circulation continuing its decline, magazine publishers are exploring ways of monetising their still powerful brands by diversifying their platform options. Alongside their centrepiece print and digital editions, publishers are focusing on the opportunities presented by apps, websites, ...

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    Consumer Report
    June 2015
    UK
  8. National Newspapers - UK - March 2015

    “Compensating for declining circulation revenue without raising cover prices continues to be a struggle for newspapers. Going forward, the best option for boosting digital revenue may be a ‘soft’ paywall, where more exclusive digital products are made paid-for, while basic news remains free.”

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    Consumer Report
    March 2015
    UK
  9. Children's Media - UK - December 2014

    “Given that there is only a seven percentage point drop between the proportion of children who discover new content through ads and who discover new content through their parents purchasing it for them, it may be more effective for content owners to market directly to parents.”

    Samuel Gee, Senior ...

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    Consumer Report
    December 2014
    UK
  10. Regional Newspapers - UK - August 2014

    “Ironically, given that it might be expected to be more difficult to find local/regional news for free than it would be to find national news for free, there appears to be more resistance among consumers to paying for local/regional online content than for national content.”
    – Michael Oliver – ...

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    Consumer Report
    August 2014
    UK
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