17th April 2014
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- Has UsVsTh3m just shown us how attention-based media could work?
- Is Time Inc's $1.4 billion of new debt really all about IPC?
- Spritz and Bild: A new challenge to page-based media?
- Telegraph's Jason Seiken at #Shift2014: Heavy on optimism, light on detail
- Three GIFS that show the changing face of UK newspapers in the 21st Century
17th April 2014 14:30
In a post laying out some "accumulated thoughts on media " this week, GigaOm founder Om Malik suggested that any new model for media must focus on attention. Well it just so happens that at roughly the same time that post was published, on the other side of the Atlantic a British media brand was demonstrating a very clever way of doing exactly what Malik prescribes.
17th April 2014 09:00
Digital transition – everyone in the newspaper business is doing it – but how and how fast they are doing it varies massively. Whether it's business models, market conditions or audience profiles, there are a wide range of factors affecting how much of their revenue newspapers currently derive from digital. So, we thought we'd take a look at a selection of high-profile newspapers to see how far along the road they are.
16th April 2014 08:00
What is IPC worth to its US parent, Time Inc, the newly liberated (cast aside?) publishing division of Time Warner? Last week, Time Warner announced it was taking on $1.4 billion (£837 million) in debt to finance the acquisition of IPC, from Time Warner. But is it really all about IPC or is the subtext all about the lining of shareholder's pockets?
15th April 2014 08:00
The decline of the UK's newspaper industry is a well-worn tale, and is something we continuously cover. But there's nothing like a few seconds of animation to put things into perspective.
14th April 2014 11:30
The sheer rate that think-pieces and comment articles are published about the media industry means that if you blink, you'll inevitably miss an important insight or piece of analysis. So here's a roundup of some of the best and most informative articles including whether there's a "wonk bubble" and why no one uses the mobile web anymore.