AOP conference 2005: Content Matters

The fourth annual AOP Online Publishing Conference took place on 7 October 2005 at the London Hilton Park Lane, bringing together some 250 of the most influential people in UK Online Publishing to explore the the technology and trends they must be aware of to win the battle for engagement.
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AOP online publishing awards 2005

The fourth annual AOP Online Publishing Awards took place on 7 October 2005 at the London Hilton Park Lane.
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Blogs and user-generated content bring rewards for publishers

"All they do is chat: are they any use to us?" This was the typical reaction encountered by Dave Killeen, head of communities for Associated New Media, when he set about convincing his online editorial colleagues to let readers have their say on ANM's websites.
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Blogs and user-generated content

AOP held a forum on the subject of blogs and user-generated content. Speakers included: Dave Killeen, head of communities, Associated New Media, Tim Dewhurst, operations manager, Chat Moderators, Will Callaghan, editor, Menshealth.co.uk, Daniel Mermelstein, product manager, BBC News and Al Tepper, head of online development, Caspian Publishing.
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Broadband advances

Broadband technology offers online publishers unique opportunities to charge for content, and broadband users tend to be exactly the audience that advertisers want to target, according to Alisa Bowen, head of Reuters.co.uk.
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Paid content

AOP hosted an interactive forum on 29 January 2004 on paid content, looking at both publishers aims and experience of charging for content and comparing these with online payment solutions specifically...

They will pay for content - but they demand choice

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