- Guardian executive digital editor: 'The decline of print is an absolute given.'
- NPR digital strategist Melody Joy Kramer on finding the real meaning of membership
- Global game: The internationalisation of UK newspaper audiences
- Standards vs speed: Can the UK wait until 2016 for a new audience measurement system?
31st October 2014
Commercial media face an inherent conflict between the idea of an involved membership where people help and support the media organisations they are members of, and the desire to monetise those relationships. NPR's Melody Joy Kramer outlines how the non-profit is navigating that dilemma.
30th October 2014
Podcasts are becoming big business again, thanks to an increasingly tech-literate audience and variety of distribution platforms. But for many users finding podcasts is still difficult, so how do you actually get your podcast out to the widest possible audience?
29th October 2014
Facebook's Q3 results were accompanied by a talk from founder Mark Zuckerberg and COO Sheryl Sandberg. But while those talks may have pleased shareholders, they underlined that publishers are holding a tiger by its tail - and the tiger is getting hungrier.
29th October 2014
Despite all the signs to the contrary, many in the newspaper business still hold on to the idea that print will have a big role to play in the long-term future of news organisations. But for the man brought in to revamp the Guardian's digital editorial operation as its new executive editor for digital - former NYT associate managing editor for digital strategy Aron Pilhofer - there's little doubt about print's looming irrelevance.
28th October 2014
The latest forecasts for UK ad spend from WARC seem to offer a chink of light for publishers, but you look back at previous forecasts, the picture looks a little less rosy.