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Tag archives: Daily Maverick
Press Pass: Could membership programmes save the news media?
by Carey Finn. They already are, says Daily Maverick’s Styli Charalambous. The online daily has seen its own membership initiative go from strength to strength over the past year.
Media Report: Meet the maverick
a The Media Report 2014 interview. More than marginally self-assured, Daily Maverick pitches itself as news content and analysis for people with brains. A digital-only media brand that emerged in the latter half of 2009, Daily Maverick’s intelligent writing and obsession with independence is what sets it apart from the pack. The Media Report hits its publisher, Styli Charalambous, with 10 questions.
Grubstreet: The Rand Daily Mail brand revived
by Gill Moodie (@grubstreetSA) The news that Times Media Group has brought back the famous Rand Daily Mail brand after almost 30 years is fascinating – and not because of the goodwill and nostalgia associated with the brand, but because the new RDM will be as far as you can get from the old on every level.
Africa’s first tablet magazine, iMaverick, closed down
by Herman Manson (@marklives) Africa’s first tablet magazine, iMaverick, has ceased operation. The title, from the publishers of the Daily Maverick, stopped publishing at the end of January 2014.
Win one of two tickets to attend the Daily Maverick’s The Gathering conference
Win one of two tickets to attend the Daily Maverick’s The Gathering conference happening on 15 November 2012 at the Victory Theatre in Houghton.
Daily Maverick, iMaverick turns the corner
by Herman Manson. Fast emerging as South Africa’s most influential website, the Daily Maverick has turned a financial corner, alongside its sister tablet publication iMaverick, according to publisher Styli Charalambous
Marikana: Watershed moment for online journalism in SA as Daily Maverick sets ed agenda
by Herman Manson. One of the first stories on Marikana, by Greg Marinovich and filed for the Daily Maverick, was quick to recognise the broader scope of the conflict, not just at Marikana but also the impact on the mining industry.
Why iMaverick is changing frequency
iMaverick, the ambitious daily tablet newspaper from the publishers of the popular website The Daily Maverick, is scaling back its frequency from daily to weekly. The news was announced to subscribers in an email earlier today.