New Report Predicts The Future Of Aerospace Publishing

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The End of Aerospace Publishing As We Know It is a brand new Report examining the challenges facing aerospace publishers as they cope with the current difficulties the aerospace industry faces. The Report reviews recent trends and predicts future levels of advertising revenue and the changes and future opportunities which will take place in aerospace publishing

The End Of Aerospace Publishing As We Know It is a major new Report which outlines the conditions facing aerospace publishers over the course of the next 6 years. Published by this brand new Report includes details of the trends, formats and media which are subject to and will create the most change in Aerospace Publishing. Also included are figures illustrating levels of future advertising and predicted trends in advertising budgets (and levels of advertising) up to 2015. In order to help publishers cope with the difficult times ahead the Report offers a number of solutions and innovations to help them survive and thrive through the challenging times ahead.

Over the course of the summer of 2009 there have been many reports and articles in the aviation press detailing the problems facing the aerospace industry. The situation is worrying to say the least, stories of cancelled orders, a complete scarcity of new orders, falling passenger numbers and reduced revenues do not make happy reading. It has become all too apparent that we are witnessing, and are going to witness, some dramatic changes in aerospace media and events over the next few years.

Against this background The End Of Aerospace Publishing As We Know It has been published to help to anyone in marketing communications, publishing, media relations and PR negotiate the next, difficult, few years. The Report is based on research and data collated since 2005 and makes clear, easy to understand predictions about the future of Aerospace publishing. The information in The End Of Aerospace Publishing As We Know It will be extremely valuable to anyone with an interest in publishing, PR and marketing communications.

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