It looks as though there may be a veritable stampede for the exits prompted by the New York Times buyout offer.
Bloomberg has brought its video content to the forefront of its digital properties, rather than sending them exclusively to some dusty video hub.
The shift of the newspaper printing operations to the more updated printing and inserting production facility at ACS Alabama in Mobile will reduce print-related costs, improve efficiencies and allow for greater use of color.
The new Montreal Gazette redefines the way news is produced, presented, consumed and monetized.
In conjunction with the launch of the largest bike-sharing programme in the United States, The New York Times and Citi partnered to create sponsored content within the media company's The Scoop app.
Last month theguardian.com website network recorded 42.6 million worldwide unique visitors, a 12.3% month-on-month increase.
Once the sale is completed, Wrapports LLC would continue to publish only the Sun-Times daily tabloid and the Reader free weekly, according to insiders.
As mobile payment technology becomes more readily available, media companies need to consider how to integrate it with content access and track readers through digital advertising models.
Guardian News & Media is teaming up with The Telegraph Media Group to roll out the second iteration of its “Audiences not Platforms” planning tool.
based on 50 interviews with journalists at four U.S. metro newspapers on how they are embracing the innovation of Twitter. - See more at: http://www.rjionline.org/news/bottom-line-can-twitter-make-any-money-newspapers#sthash.DjAjjPbU.dpufBased on 50 interviews with journalists at four U.S. metro newspapers on how they are embracing the innovation of Twitter.
In the past two years, Town Square Publications has expanded beyond Chicago and the suburbs.
The Times-Picayune was the most prominent example of a daily newspaper cutting print and home-delivery days. But as part of a big bet on football, it’s bringing Mondays back to subscribers — at least for the fall.
Four common ways that publishers are holding themselves back if not sabotaging themselves when it comes to growing their programmatic revenue.