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Ideas Blog | 5 May 2016

Sunday Telegraph breaks youth mental health stigma with forums, content

In late 2014, when The Sunday Telegraph editor Mick Carroll first heard that schoolchildren as young as 12 were taking their own lives, he knew he had to do something. Eighteen months By Claire Nance ... More










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E-mail communications: More than just a fast, cheap way to reach your audience


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Straits Times celebrates anniversary in style with nostalgic T-shirt promotion


Gazette views generative communities as next frontier for local media


La Voz de Galicia grows print subscriber base by ignoring circulation numbers


Dainik Bhaskar’s “No Negative Monday” engages readers with positive news


Forbes’ brand collaboration hits 60 million page views


“Resurgence in localism” creates opportunities to strengthen news audiences


How to properly time a cross-channel campaign with data-driven marketing


How sports heroes are changing the news media industry


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