Tag Archive: Emap

Jan 28 2009

Media and Web 2.0, Tweet and print

In the media world, the overlap between conventional print publications and internet-based communications continues to grow. This doesn’t just mean that broadcasters or publications have a website; an increasing number are now adopting Web 2.0 tools and techniques – blogs, discussion forums, RSS feeds, Twitter, bookmarks, networks, etc – to find new levels of engagement …

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Oct 07 2008

@NCEmagazine over-Tweets

A few weeks ago, I noticed (Construction gets Twittering) that UK trade magazine New Civil Engineer had started using Twitter to send out news alerts. At first, it was blasting about a dozen every hour, on the hour, but it then slowed it down a bit – to just five an hour, every hour…. I …

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Dec 11 2007

Emap Construct stays put

Earlier this year it looked like Emap’s construction titles might have been on the move as the UK parent media company looked at way to capitalise upon its profitable business-to-business ventures. However, at the weekend I learned (see Guardian story and Emap announcement) that, instead, the group’s radio and consumer magazines have been sold, leaving Emap to become …

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Jul 30 2007

Emap Construct titles to move?

Like some of my counterparts at rival UK construction collaboration vendors, I have enjoyed working with one-time marketing director (now strategy and development director) Ross Sturley and his colleagues at Emap Construct, publisher of trade papers Construction News, New Civil Engineer and Architects’ Journal (among others) and past organiser of ‘project extranet’ conferences. I was …

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