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What expertise do you bring in digital KPIs and analytics?
The publishing industry has many tight deadlines. How do you manage your time, ensuring that your deadlines are met?
How do you transition between the creative and analytical sides of publishing?
With which publishing categories are you most familiar? How will this knowledge help you in this position with News Corp?
Market research is essential to News Corp to help us understand where to take our business in the years to come. Rate your research skills from 1-10. Do you enjoy conducting research?
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What is the key to success for a publisher in this digital era?
Where do you believe the newspaper industry will be in 5 years? Support your response.
Tell me about your experience collaborating with marketing, sales, editorial, and design teams.
In your opinion, what is the difference between marketing and advertising?
How would you increase newspaper subscriptions in an online-centric world?
What are the benefits for an author to publish with one of News Corp's book publishers versus self-publishing?
What do you know about the nature of print advertising?
What do you expect to be the most significant trend in publishing this year?
Have you ever managed or helped with a content budget? If so, what type of budgets are you accustomed to working with?
In which area are you the strongest: editorial, book sales, or book marketing?
Name for me some of the media sources News Corp has in circulation. Which do you read or watch most often?
How do you stay up-to-date on current events, sports, and general news topics? Which news sources do you follow?
The news runs 24/7. How do you feel about an overnight shift, working on weekends, and holidays?
What are your 3 favorite forms of entertainment?
If you could pitch an idea for a news segment today, what would it be?
Who is your favorite author, and why?
What is the difference between a publisher's frontlist and backlist?
What can News Corp's publishing houses do best, for an up and coming author?
Walk me through your editing experience. How would you rate your editing skills from 1-10?
In your opinion, what is the most influential form of media today?
How do you go about fact checking, and researching sources?
How is social media changing the way people consume news, today? What can News Corp do to remain relevant?
What drew you to News Corp?
Name for me your three favorite books, and why they are your favorite.
Do you believe paid social campaigns are useful for promoting book releases, and if so, why?
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