2016 LION PRIDE industry survey
We're very pleased to announce the latest LION Publishers initiative: an in-depth research study of the business and editorial practices
We're very pleased to announce the latest LION Publishers initiative: an in-depth research study of the business and editorial practices of our members.
The basis for the project is a comprehensive online survey of members of LION Publishers. The aggregate data collected will be shared with LION's membership to assist in a better understanding of our common challenges and help identify new opportunities. Selected anonymous data will be shared with the rest of the news industry and the public.
The survey includes questions on revenue, staffing, editorial priorities and more. It's intended to provide a baseline so we can measure progress and change in our segment of the industry.
The survey is only open to members of LION Publishers »
Preliminary results will be presented at the 2016 LION Summit, with some details being fleshed out in follow-up interviews with selected publishers.
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