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14th April 2014 11:30
The sheer rate that think-pieces and comment articles are published about the media industry means that if you blink, you'll inevitably miss an important insight or piece of analysis. So here's a roundup of some of the best and most informative articles including whether there's a "wonk bubble" and why no one uses the mobile web anymore.
14th April 2014 08:00
This week, Germany's largest newspaper by circulation, Axel Springer-owned Bild, launched the first implementation of the Spritz speed reading service on a news outlet. What will new ways of information delivery do to the page-based ad model that supports newspapers and magazines in print and online?
11th April 2014 08:00
We’re entering a ‘golden age both for audiences, journalists, and advertisers,” according to Telegraph Media Group’s chief content officer and editor-in-chief, Jason Seiken, at Newswork’s Shift event the British Library. The rise of technology and a multitude of different ways to tell stories, and audiences are served on an ever-growing number of screens and platforms is what constitutes this golden age, according to Seiken, so it’s a shame he didn’t explain the Telegraph’s digital ‘culture transformation’ in more detail
9th April 2014 10:00
When you pay people by results, which metrics should you use? For Forbes, which has caused a stir with its contributor model, the answer is currently centred around unique visitors and returning visitors. As chief product officer Lewis D’Vorkin told TheMediaBriefing at the Festival of Media Global conference in Rome this week, it's a model that he feels others will follow, but it's not quite as simple as one user, one buck.
9th April 2014 07:00
We caught up with AOL head of international, Graham Moysey, to fire four quick questions at him about how the launch of premium video library AOL On went, and whether he thinks native advertising could ever be delivered programmatically.
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Folio8th April 2014 21:11
Go direct to retailers or, perhaps, Amazon.com.
Adexchanger.com8th April 2014 20:30
Facebook is increasingly focused on connecting audiences across screens and channels, and helping clients measure those results. Director of advertising measurement for North America Graham Mudd described aspects of the company's approach to AdExchanger at the IAB’s Mobile Marketplace conference. “We believe the future of marketing is being able to find specific consumers based on […]
Adexchanger.com7th April 2014 15:00
Want to buy a comment? Commenting platform Disqus released Monday a featured called Sponsored Comments, following a month-long beta testing period that included The New York Times, Yahoo and Xerox, among others. This is not Disqus’ first foray into advertising products. Sponsored Comments arrives roughly one and a half years after it released its first […]
MediaGuardian7th April 2014 13:08
The reason young people are leaving TV is they dont do things like this, says chief creative officer Eddy Moretti
New York Times6th April 2014 23:35
The new site, led by Ezra Klein, the founder of Wonkblog, features a next-generation content management tool that greatly enhances digital storytelling.