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Newsletter July 13th: Print revenue set to dominate publisher revenue til 2020 & what does the future of journalism look like?
13th July 2015
At the Westminster Media Forum's seminar on "The future of news: partnerships, engagement and diversity", key industry figures from the BBC, the Guardian, Local World, the NUJ and Google among others debated what the form of news is likely to be in the coming years.
Newsletter July 9th: Are Facebook's scrolling autoplay videos bad for publishers? & What's going on with The Sun's paywall?
9th July 2015
As digital revenues are becoming increasingly important to legacy publishers, they're looking to recalibrate their audiences' sentiments on digital news.
8th July 2015
The success of some recent ventures suggests that crowdfunding is a potential business model which has legs. However, it’s not going to be for everyone.
23rd June 2015
In this guest post, Colin Morrison explore's the rationale behind UBM's new strategy and identifies areas for potential consolidation.
22nd June 2015
We dive into some of the latest numbers and research in this space, highlighting the new kids on the block; and also look at the motivations behind Twitter's mysteriously named "Project Lightning".
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Christmas came early for digital video ad platform true[X]. The ad platform, which serves both advertisers and publishers, revealed Wednesday that News Corp. spinoff 21st Century Fox intends to acquire it. Although the terms of the deal were not disclosed, The Wall Street Journal pegged that figure at about $200 million. (Read the release). This acquisition indicates 21st […]
Adexchanger.com30th October 2014
LinkedIn's revenue grew 45% YoY in Q3 to $568 million. Its Marketing Solutions division also increased 45% YoY, totaling $109 million in revenue. Marketing Solutions, which makes up 19% of LinkedIn's total revenue, is one of the social network's three lines of business. Overall member growth was strong. LinkedIn now has 332 million members, up 28% YoY. […]