The Guardian reports on a speech given by the chairman of News International, Les Hinton, at the World Newspaper Congress in Moscow. It gives some interesting insights into the future of newspapers.

The Guardian reports on a speech given by the chairman of News International, Les Hinton, at the World Newspaper Congress in Moscow. It gives some interesting insights into the future of newspapers.

On revenue generation:

Revenues at Times Online had risen 45% year on year. Revenues were being created by online activities and mobile phone games such as sudoku, quizzes and crosswords that could be sent to mobile phones.

On Platforms:

The Sun had three parts to its brand: “best Sun” was the printed newspaper; “more Sun” was the internet, which could add additional content; while “instant Sun” was the paper’s mobile operations.

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