Last week we wrote a few posts pointing to the speeches given at the World Newspaper Congress. Some of them interesting, some of them barmy. The Indie now gives a run down of some of the measures British papers are taking to get involved in viva-digital.

Last week we wrote a few posts pointing to the speeches given at the World Newspaper Congress. Some of them interesting, some of them barmy. The Indie now gives a run down of some of the measures British papers are taking to get involved in viva-digital.

The Daily Telegraph, which has recently pushed its daily podcasts and revamped its website, has perversely decided to do the opposite to The Guardian and delay publication of its news stories on the website. The reason? To persuade more website users to buy the print version, according to its new media director Annelies van den Belt.

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