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11th February 2014 11:30
A slew of financial results were released last week from The New York Times Company, Daily Mail and General Trust, Trinity Mirror, and Gannett. We rounded up some of the key figures.
6th January 2014 12:00
Here's the 2014 instalment of media and technology predictions from digital strategist and ex-BBC journalist Nic Newman. What's in store for 2014? Among Newman's latest predictions are a further erosion of narrative storytelling, new sources of investigative reporting, and more people paying for news.
20th December 2013 08:00
Christmas is almost upon us, and TheMediaBriefing team are heading off for a (mostly) well-deserved break. We'll be resuming normal service from January 6, doing our best to delve into the changes and challenges we're all facing. But before we go, we thought we'd pick out some of the big issues that defined 2013 for the media industry and highlight the way we covered them over the year.
9th December 2013 08:00
The Sun has broken the 100,000 digital subscriber mark just four months after it began charging for online access. That's an impressive start, but questions remain over whether it can build a long term sustainable business and over exactly why people are deciding to pay for The Sun online..
26th November 2013 07:00
Should regulators turn their gaze on how Google, Facebook and other digital media companies channel audiences to publisher and broadcaster websites?
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Reuters23rd February 2014 22:47
(Reuters) - Netflix has agreed to pay one of the largest broadband providers in the United States Comcast Corp for faster speeds, throwing open the possibility that more content companies will have to shell out for better service.
MediaGuardian23rd February 2014 20:32
Director general says sharing licence fee with other public service broadcasters would hurt corporation
Telegraph.co.uk - Media23rd February 2014 20:07
How do you turn an online magazine business into the YouTube of print publications?
MediaGuardian23rd February 2014 18:17
Streaming giant, which makes House of Cards, feeds response from 44 million subscribers into programme commissioning