Iliffe Print - News & Views 

Iliffe Print Announcement as follows 

The Iliffe family, successful printers and publishers for more than 150 years, are in the process of setting up a media division that will be responsible for a variety of contract publications and niche titles in the East of England region. This new publishing venture will be supported by its existing print business based in Milton, near Cambridge. Iliffe Media is currently seeking highly motivated editorial and commercial staff with all levels of experience. 
In the first instance, all interested candidates should send an up to date CV and covering letter of interest to: 

Editorial Vacancy advertisement as follows 

Journalists and Content Editor 
Iliffe Media Ltd is looking for skilled journalists to join our new team working on fresh print and online content based out of our offices in Milton, Cambridge. 
We are accepting applications from trainee and senior journalists, and are also seeking a content editor to help manage the team. 
We will be producing a variety of products, both in print and online, and therefore welcome applications from those across a range of disciplines. 
We offer a competitive package, including a profit share scheme. 
All interested parties can send an up to date CV and covering letter to: 

Iliffe Family Have Deep Roots in Publishing Local News 

The Iliffe family has deep roots in local and regional publishing and maintains a firm belief in the delivery of local news through publishing in print and on line. As part of the family’s continued belief in demand for regional and local news it is looking at new and existing opportunities in both media. For further information contact 

BBC will offer staff and content to help local newspapers 

The BBC is to offer staff and content to local newspapers and allow rival shows to be seen on its iPlayer catch-up service as part of a multimillion-pound reshaping of the corporation designed to head off government attempts to reduce its output - click here to read more 

Have you got an online news video? 

For many news organisations, a common approach to producing online video is that shorter is better. There is no industry standard that guarantees viewers’ attention or to keep an audience glued to a website. Media leaders have been experimenting with video for years - click here for the latest views on video news. 
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Local Newspaper Week 

Iliffe Print has been backing Local Newspaper Week is an annual initiative by the local newspaper industry and Local Media Works to highlight the important role played by local papers in communities across the UK. 

Cambridge Newspapers showcase student poll 

Iliffe Print is delighted that two of the titles we proudly print have come together ahead of the General Election to share a recent poll in Cambridge. 
The Cambridge News is reporting a survey carried out by The Cambridge Student of 700 students asking how they plan to vote at the 2015 General Election. 

The Cambridge Student 

We take great pride in our work at Iliffe Print and on the left is a short video of The Cambridge Student being printed recently at our Cambridge Offices. You can follow TCS on twitter @TCSNewspaper 

Why print newspapers remain the dominant media power in Britain 

The Guardian newspaper recently asked one of its guest bloggers Ed Amory to share his views with supporting research on seeing a long term future for ink-on-paper despite online’s hold. 

The 11 best social media moments at the State of the Union address 

And they say people are disengaged from politics. The folks at the microblogging site said more than 2.6 million tweets were sent around the world with the hashtag #SOTU during President Obama's address. Click here to read more 

UK Digital Newspaper Consumption on the Rise 

The latest figures are showing the production of digital news is boosting profits of publishers. The Daily Mail has seen a 13% increase to $111 million as thier free MailOnline gets 25 million reads every day. Click here to read more 
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