Top Digital Media Stories
12th November 2014
- Google Contributor: Unanswered questions about the ad-substitutor
- Going concerns: Future Publishing's 2014 results examined
- The complexities of measuring newspapers in the digital age
- PastFT? Editor Lionel Barber on melding Silicon Valley culture with a print legacy
- Quartz and The Economist on what makes a good media business today and tomorrow
- FT Innovate: How can publishers tackle mounting concerns about data privacy?
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25th November 2014
Google Contributor seeks to provide a mass subscription model to a package of sites, replacing their ads with custom images. But with an experiment so small, there are many unanswered questions as to what that could mean for publishers.
24th November 2014
Future Publishing's 2014 results have startling headline figures, including a reduction of over 400 in headcount and a 20 percent reduction in revenue from continued operations. But hidden behind those figures are others that suggests Future's fall might - might - have bottomed out.
21st November 2014
Presentations from the Guardian and News UK at the Media Research Group conference in Berlin highlighted just how complex measuring what a newspaper does in the digital age has become.
20th November 2014
Financial Times editor Lionel Barber may be firmly rooted in the newspaper tradition, but it was lessons from Silicon Valley that convinced him the 126-year old publication needed to shift to a digital strategy.
20th November 2014
TheMediaBriefing talks to the presidents of The Economist and Quartz about what makes a good media business now, how to ensure you're able to adapt to change, and what a strong media business of the future looks like.
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