Former Times Media bosses make legal threats against the company’s new leadership for refusing to increase their medical aid contributions. Acsa (Airports Company South Africa) is accused of not being fair to the media owners who have been advertising in its space for ages. These are just two of the gripping stories you will find in the May edition of The Media.
You can also find out which are the top 10 magazines in South Africa and get to know the new M-Net South Africa CEO who was once a violinist in a rock band. Has the Oscar Pistorius trial advanced the media in South Africa? The Media finds out and gives you the lowdown.
Can publishers be editors too or do the two positions work best when held by separate leaders? Do magazines need an association or do they work best flying solo? What has South African online media done to monetise their offerings and which model works best? These are questions The Media tackles to ensure you are up to date on everything that is important in our industry.
Don’t forget that this edition includes a special separate Radio Collection, in which you will find a radio directory and a fascinating, insightful round table discussion with the top thought leaders in the radio industry. You can’t miss this!
And that is not all… Find out for yourself.
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