David Arabov says he co-founded the millennial-aimed Elite Daily, which has more than 74 million readers at the beginning of its fourth year, because he got tired of the “dull, one-dimensional” way traditional media — primarily newspapers — covered the news.
Upworthy Cofounder Peter Koechley Apologizes for the Clickbait 'Monster' His Site Unleashed on the Internet
Upworthy's cofounder Peter Koechley has an apology to make.
Three weeks ago, New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet informed staff that the paper would no longer take enterprise pitches for Page 1 of the print edition.
The Guardian now claims more unique website browsers in the United States than in the United Kingdom.
The New York Post is gambling that this “smartphone” trend is going to stick with the launch of Internet Action Force, a comedy site with a mobile-friendly lean.
NEW YORK -- Mobile digital engagement has surged, but not at the expense of desktop activity. Apps are dominating mobile Web usage. And digital ad viewability is now a major issue, with a positive correlation being demonstrated between ads’ viewability and the advertisers’ ROI.
ATLANTA -- Nobody can accuse Jim Brady of not putting his money where is mouth is.
It was a good start to the year for a number of news titles, all of which recorded their best ever web traffic in January, according to the latest figures published by the Audit Bureau of Circulation (ABC).
Part of what I hope to do in this weekly column is highlight fresh ideas and insights from journalists working outside of New York, Washington D.C., and San Francisco.
Publishers on the hunt for digital media are increasingly turning to paywalls or metered-access systems.
If there’s one word that sums up where most media entities are focused for the future, it’s “mobile” — almost every news service and website is looking to mobile because that’s where the younger users are, and therefore that’s where the growth is.
The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission this week is widely expected to propose regulating Internet service like a public utility, a move certain to unleash another round of intense debate and lobbying about how to ensure so-called net neutrality, or an open Internet.
GigaOM’s Mathew Ingram is on a bit of a campaign lately to convince the world that Buzzfeed is “beating” the New York Times — which to some, is a little bit like saying Coke is beating UNICEF.