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The glance and the stare: the false bifurcation of news

The glance and the stare: the false bifurcation of news

Chris Sutcliffe15th September 2014

We aren't seeing the splitting of news down to its component particles. We're just seeing the migration of the headline.

Newspaper redesigns hint at new complementary relationship between digital and print

Newspaper redesigns hint at new complementary relationship between digital and print

Chris Sutcliffe15th September 2014

With their digital-emulating redesigns the Guardian, FT and Sunday Telegraph are more closely tying their print identities to their online presence.

Digital Media, Newspapers

If you can't beat 'em, charge 'em: How Upsilon Circuit plans to monetise the trolls

If you can't beat 'em, charge 'em: How Upsilon Circuit plans to monetise the trolls

Chris Sutcliffe12th September 2014

While it's easy to get caught up in the huge, billion-dollar figures of the Twitch acquisition, publishers would do well to note that the streaming model could potentially allow them to monetise that unique type of audience.

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