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The rise of 'social shopping' and why it could be a mixed blessing for publishers

The rise of 'social shopping' and why it could be a mixed blessing for publishers

Henry Taylor24th July 2014

Publishers have a payment problem. OK, old news – they have several – but one of them involves trying to get people to pay for content online. But does the solution for getting audiences to stump up the cash before reading content lie with publishers, or will it be the tech industry that provides the answer?

Advertising, B2B Media, Consumer Media, Digital Media, Newspapers

WSJ's David Ho on mobile and beyond: 'We're so caught up in analogue disruption we miss the disruption in digital.'

WSJ's David Ho on mobile and beyond: 'We're so caught up in analogue disruption we miss the disruption in digital.'

Jasper Jackson23rd July 2014

Are media companies so caught up in the web and mobile they're about to miss the next big disruptive changes in their industry? In a keynote speech at the News:Rewired conference in London today, Wall Street Journal mobile, tablets and emerging technology editor David Wo urged the audience to look beyond mobile.

Consumer Media, Digital Media, Mobile, Newspapers

i100 and Project Babb: Two more newspaper spin-offs trying to work out digital

i100 and Project Babb: Two more newspaper spin-offs trying to work out digital

Henry Taylor23rd July 2014

Trinity Mirror’s UsVsTh3m and Ampp3d were some of the first newspaper digital spin-offs that displayed an understanding of the different kinds of content that work on the web, and the different ways people want to consume it. But since their launch, two other UK newspaper brands have gone down a similar route - The Telegraph with Project Babb and The Independent with its newly-launched i100. We caught up with the people driving the projects to see how they're doing.

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