- Guardian's Tim Gentry: Pangaea isn't taking on Google, it's launching an entirely new ad space
- News UK's 'vindication': Has its growing subscriber base changed its publishing strategy?
- Verdens Gang: Tech-driven original content will always trump aggregation
- Facebook, apps and video: Publisher piglets and the trough of disillusionment
30th March 2015
A lot has changed in the seven plus years since Taboola started suggesting ‘Content You May Like’, and CEO and founder Adam Singolda doesn’t think placing widgets at the bottom of article pages is enough anymore.
27th March 2015
After moderating a panel at Digital Media Strategies on how certain publishers are thriving at the intersection of media and technology, Andrew Miller, chief executive of Guardian Media Group, spoke to TheMediaBriefing about how the Guardian itself is doing just that.
25th March 2015
It seems unlikely that an organisation that exists behind a paywall would do anything to jeopardise a growing audience. And with all the data around its audience's consumption habits to which News UK has access, it must be aware of both when and what its audience are choosing to consume behind the paywall.
24th March 2015
VG's Espen Sundve believes that digital success is down to one thing: The successful integration of technology and content creation.
23rd March 2015
The value of Pangaea is less about cornering the lion's share of a protected market and more with offering ad partners the ability to buy programmatically across the trusted brands' audience of 110 million worldwide.