By D.Hilgart on Flickr. Some rights reserved. While it may not all be about quantity, journalists and news outlets alike are undoubtedly keen to grow a large, and engaged community on social networks with which to share and discuss their content.
If you’ve been following the media industry over the past year, you probably don’t need anyone to tell you the waves of disruption continue to increase in both height and frequency — so the news that widespread cutbacks have caused dissatisfied...
Mail Online is like 'journalism crack' says editor Media Week (registration) It's like journalism crack." The FT reported Mail Online was planning to aggressively expand its international digital media empire, with plans to hire teams of reporters...
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Tweetimage by ChessNetwork Content strategy is often talked about in terms of increasing a site’s metrics: the amount of traffic it gets, or time spent by users, or engagement (here’s a previous post about it).
A new profile of the Financial Times is the latest piece to hold up the company as a model for traditional publishers that want to create a digital-era business. It sounds great, but it’s not very realistic.
Andy Bull's insight:
The FT's found its answer to the question of how a legacy print brand can transition successfully to the digital word. Other brands' answer will be different, and may be exclusive to them.
When I learned Wednesday night that Google Reader is shutting down, I literally broke into a sweat. Like many journalists, I’ve come to rely on the 242 RSS subscriptions I manage through Google Reader.
What will news companies look like in 2018? How will they operate differently? That future is coming into focus. While many publishers’ vision is still quite blurry, it’s the Financial Times that is clearest-eyed about its roadmap and its future.
Social Barrel Facebook Delivers on Personalized Newspaper: It's Addicting, Real-Time ... Huffington Post The new design emphasizes simplicity. Facebook basically took all the clutter that used to populate its homepage and threw it away.
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