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Hannah Jane Parkinson | The Guardian | 7/22/2014
Earlier this month, the New Yorker announced plans to massively overhaul its website and to significantly alter its digital model, at a time when the Guardian and the New York Times are also implementing changes to their online presence.
Sam Kirkland | Poynter | 7/21/2014
Three major news website redesigns this year look very different but have an important feature in common: articles that seamlessly transition to new content, without requiring readers to click or tap headlines and then wait for new pages to load.
Jason Abbruzzese | Mashable | 7/14/2014
Facebook has helped catapult sites like BuzzFeed and Upworthy into social stardom, boosting the visibility of media content on the News Feeds of millions of users and generating a deluge of traffic.
Michelle Castillo | Adweek | 7/14/2014
You started at Bloomberg in January as the global head of digital innovation. Why the shift to video?
Emma Bazilian | Adweek | 6/23/2014
Following Time Inc.’s overhaul in recent months of the Time, Fortune and Money websites, now it’s Sports Illustrated’s turn.
Myles Tanzer | BuzzFeed | 6/20/2014
Every few months media types seem to loop back to a familiar question: How to measure media beyond the page view.
Abigail Edge | Journalism.co.uk | 6/18/2014
How can legacy news outlets incorporate video sharing and live reporting into their workflow?
Alex Weprin | Capital New York | 6/16/2014
Al Jazeera quietly launched its digital video news channel Al Jazeera + on Friday.
Tom Warhover | Columbia Missourian | 6/2/2014
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Nick Massella | Mediabistro | 5/29/2014
Today, The Hill newspaper announced the launch of a new “Contributors” section, with content expected from more than 100 scholars, think tanks, diplomats, and strategists.
Andrew Beaujon | Poynter | 5/23/2014
Dallas Morning News Digital Communities Manager Michael Landauer writes funny takes on the weather for the Morning News’ Facebook page, one of which got a bit of attention last week.
William Turvill | Press Gazette | 5/19/2014
The Telegraph has launched a 'fun' football website outside its metered paywall aimed at attracting a younger audience through social media.  
Jeremy Barr | Capital New York | 5/12/2014
The New Republic, which redesigned its website early last year as part of a broader publication re-launch, has rolled out some layout changes in response to user feedback.
John McDermott | Digiday | 7/21/2014
Nu Yang | 7/18/2014
Jack Sommers | The Huffington Post UK | 7/23/2014