- Guardian CEO: 'The idea we will survive by becoming a technology company is garbage'
- Membership focus helps Times Newspapers make first operating profit since 2001
- Peter Houston’s Big Problem: Digital magazines need to grow up
- The Sun's 225,000 digital subscribers answer one big question. Here are three more
18th December 2014
A professor researching incivility online has stated: "commenting forums are very much a cesspool of incivility, racism, and sexism. It’s just the worst of humankind." But should publishers fight to improve them? Or simply wash their hands of the idea?
17th December 2014
AdBlock Plus now has over 350 million users, all of whom have chosen to download that free service rather than view ads. But why are people subscribing to that philosophy, and what does it mean for publishers?
16th December 2014
Younger generations are increasingly blind to the platform on which they consume content, and more concerned with that content itself. For broadcasters with a vested interest in keeping eyeballs glued to linear television screens, that's bad news.
15th December 2014
Quartz's international approach to business news might be its greatest strength as emerging markets come online - but can any news site ever really be post-national?
12th December 2014
As more media companies than ever get involved in technology, should the lesson they take from tech startups be in how they achieve growth rather than what sector that growth is in?