In 2017 we ran a series of events sharing experience from newspaper newsrooms with magazines. At this breakfast meeting, the final event in the series, Dave Whaley Managing Editor of the Oldham Chronicle provided an insight into how a hubbing workflow can help sustain print, whilst enabling digital output and diversification into new revenue areas.

On the 17th of May PCS hosted a breakfast meeting at the PPA to discuss how hubbing is transforming publishing.

 

See for yourself how Oldham Chronicle have saved costs by making existing staff more productive and understand the impact this could have on your workflow/business.

Topics discussed:
  • Background to Oldham Chronicle and why industry pressures led them to look at hubbing.

  • Business concerns about hubbing and how these were overcome.

  • Implentation of a hubbing workflow and benefits delivered.

  • Advice for any publisher considering hubbing. 

Want to learn about the
potential impact of hubbing

Watch our event highlights video or visit our page dedicated to hubbing as a way of collaborating

Learn more about our guest speakers...

David Whaley

David Whaley has been editor at the Oldham Evening Chronicle since 2010.

David combined the role of managing director in 2014 and introduced a new editorial and advertising system that enabled efficiency savings through third-party subbing and advertising production with Newsquest and MNA. David has been in newspapers for over 37 years including 15 years at the Birmingham Post and Mail. He was the winner of a Special Award at the O2 Media Awards in 2014 for a series of articles written about his treatment for throat cancer.

Oldham Chronicle, Managing Editor.

Sean Briggs

Sean Briggs has worked in publishing for over thirty years accumulating a wealth of knowledge and experience.

He worked for Hearst UK for twenty of those years as the Group publishing systems manager guiding their strategy and developing their publishing solutions and editorial systems, bringing pre-press in-house and establishing asset management, production and advertising workflows.

 

Sean joins us to pose the questions of the industry to draw experience from the newspaper newsroom and identify what can be applied to the world of magazine publishing.

Creative Workflows, CEO

Please reload

Keep up to date and join the PCS Mailing list

  • LinkedIn - White Circle
  • Twitter - White Circle
  • YouTube - White Circle
  • Facebook - White Circle

© 2017-2019 Press Computer Systems Ltd. All Rights Reserved; Registered in England No. 1148045, Registered office address of 51-53 Queen Street, Wolverhampton, WV1 1ES