Particulier à Particulier goes all-digital

23 Jan 2014
It's the season for resolutions and leading French property weekly Particulier à Particulier (PAP) has kicked off 2014 with a major rethink - the paper is no longer to be found on newsstands as it has gone purely digital.PAP could once be seen clutched every Thursday by flustered students in phone boxes desperately trying to be first to call for coveted flats in Paris.  Couples would sit huddl


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Steve Shipside

Steve Shipside has been a technology and business journalist since 1990. He has written for numerous daily newspapers (Guardian, Times, Telegraph etc.), websites (including the BBC), and TV (he was a presenter for the Blue Chip business program on Sky TV). Over the years he has written just about everything from celebrity chef interviews for Healthy Eating magazine to Spice Girls profiles for French fashion magazine Citizen K. His specialty, however, is communications and marketing, which is a subject that he covered extensively for Wired as well as trade titles Campaign, Ads International, and Revolution. He has also published books on e-marketing (Capstone), presentations (Dorling Kindersley), communicating effectively (DK), and CVs (Dummies guides). He is based in Paris and London and writes news, features, and analysis on the U.K. and French markets for the AIM Group, as well as training French newspaper journalists in the dark arts of social media.