Most publishers pushing into video try get people to their sites and then use YouTube for marketing.
News events across from distant countries can feel so far away, it is difficult to grasp their importance.
It was the best of Twitter. It was the worst of Twitter.
As many newspapers scale back home delivery to save on distribution costs, many e-edition players are bolstering their offerings, leveraging the pros of print and the Web to create what they hope will morph into a profitable, consumer-friendly product.
A major insight into human behavior from pre-internet era studies of communication is the tendency of people not to speak up about policy issues in public—or among their family, friends, and work colleagues—when they believe their own point of view is not widely shared.
Hundreds of journalists working at the Times of India and its sister publications have received a peculiar request from their employer: hand over your Twitter and Facebook passwords and let us post for you.
Using hashtags on social networks like Twitter can not only help users discover information and identify the key actors around a subject area, but can also help get your content in front of the right audience.
Facebook says its algorithm will now consider how long users spend reading an article as a way of judging the importance.
The New York Times has bet on digital subscriptions to play a central role in its long-term future.
Mobile now makes up a majority (60 percent) of all time spent on the Web.
U.S. users are now spending the majority of their time consuming digital media within mobile applications, according to a new study released by comScore this morning.
Magazine publishers have a tablet problem. According to one designer, they always have.
India, with its emerging economy and vast population, is becoming an attractive market for news organizations looking to grow their international audience.