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Catalina Albeanu | Journalism.co.uk | 5/5/2015

Most journalists are taught how to write news articles using the 'upsidedown pyramid' model – put the most noteworthy or newsworthy information first and leave context and background for later.

 

Brian Morrissey | Digiday | 5/1/2015
Kevin Delaney, the editor-in-chief, president and co-founder of Quartz, joined the Digiday Podcast to discuss how the 100-person, Atlantic Media-backed publication has rethought many newsroom practices as it built a site that now reaches 10 million people a month.
Joshua Benton | NiemanLab | 4/23/2015
The Atlantic — has any general-interest magazine navigated the print-to-digital transition better? — redesigned its website last night, doing so entirely in-house and without months of public buildup.
Catalina Albeanu | Journalism.co.uk | 4/21/2015
Elite Daily started out three years ago in the college bedroom of its founders, who wanted to build a site for their generation: the coveted millennial market.
Ezra Klein | Vox | 4/14/2015
I started as a blogger in the pre-social web, when the only way to build an audience was to have other sites quote or link to your work.
Benjamin Mullin | Poynter | 4/6/2015
On Friday, The New York Times Magazine announced the launch of a new weekly newsletter which will appear in the inboxes of subscribers every Thursday.
Tom Grubisich | Street Fight | 3/24/2015
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.
Lara O'Reilly | Business Insider | 3/19/2015
Upworthy's cofounder Peter Koechley has an apology to make.
Dylan Byers | Politico | 3/11/2015
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.
William Turvill | PressGazette | 3/9/2015
The Guardian now claims more unique website browsers in the United States than in the United Kingdom.
Chris O'Shea | AdWeek | 3/6/2015
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.
Michael Depp | NetNewsCheck | 3/4/2015
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.
Michael Depp | NetNewsCheck | 2/25/2015
ATLANTA -- Nobody can accuse Jim Brady of not putting his money where is mouth is.
Nu Yang | 5/4/2015
Ravi Somaiya | New York Times | 4/30/2015