Central Saint Martins graduates research and develop user insights and translate these into exciting concepts.


News 3.0 is about understanding the conjunction between print and online and how the two can interact to create products and experiences that are more satisfying for readers and more […]

Inside Rupert Murdoch’s News UK headquarters at London Bridge

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Prototyping your way to the future of media and technology

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Ideas are literally worthless. If this seems a strange way to start an article on innovation, please bear with me. As the co-founder of an innovation company, I believe there […]

‘Most Innovative Publisher’ nomination


We are thrilled to have made the shortlist in the “Most Innovative Publisher” category at the first ever Digital Trading Awards hosted by The Drum. It is great to have […]

Paul Hayes talks about News UK’s latest research


News UK’s Managing Director Paul Hayes sat down to speak with Marketing Week last week about some exciting ‘Influencer’ research that has been commissioned. The aim of the research is […]

“Do what you do best and link to the rest”

Facebook celebrated its 10th birthday party last week to much fanfare and celebration, championing its success in revolutionising how we communicate with each other. Ironically, its celebration coincided with Facebook […]

Finding the future of news

The future of news is an oxymoron to those who would argue that it doesn’t have one. The idea of news content as a vibrant, profitable and growing sector goes […]

Smart cities hold the key to the ‘future of news’

Eavesdrop on any media or advertising planning meeting over the past few years, and you will have heard the phrases “real-time data” and “data sharing” banded around as if they […]

Ad formats are becoming more adventurous

Ad formats are becoming more adventurous as the blurring of editorial and commercial gathers apace. As newspapers face budgetary pressures, publishers are being forced to be more open to commercial […]

The man behind the iPlayer believes the future of news rests in the 1940s

Ashley Highfield, the architect behind the high-flying success of the BBC’s iPlayer, believes ‘the future of news’ is community-driven and wants us to rewind 70 years. Highfield, now the chief […]