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Can anything stop the juggernaut of ad-blocking?

Can anything stop the juggernaut of ad-blocking?

Chris Sutcliffe20th July 2015

The situation with regards to the uptake and use of ad-blocking isn't likely to improve any time soon, either. In fact, as two recent related events make plain, it's likely to get significantly worse for publishers.

Advertising, Digital Media, Mobile

Four lessons in being a better news outlet from the Guardian, Reuters TV, the Wall Street Journal and more

Four lessons in being a better news outlet from the Guardian, Reuters TV, the Wall Street Journal and more

Chris Sutcliffe17th July 2015

Nobody would ever say that journalism is a perfect discipline. Publishers and individual journalists alike sometimes fail at delivering news that serves the public interest, or at fostering the communities that allow those publishers to exist.

Advertising, Broadcast, Digital Media, Mobile

Newsletter July 17th: Emily Bell: How

Newsletter July 17th: Emily Bell: How "the great reintermediation of the web" caused publishers to lose control of distribution

Chris Sutcliffe17th July 2015

While journalists and publishers were focused on the idea that content was king, they missed that distribution was ultimately the name of the game when it comes to generating revenue.

Advertising, Digital Media, Mobile, Newspapers

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Snapchat hits $10bn valuation with new funding round - Media1st January 2015

Snapchat has raised $485.6m in funding since April, taking its valuation above $10bn

Digital Media, Finance and Deals, Mobile

What Does The Future Hold For Mobile Advertising?

AdExchangerAdexchanger.com19th December 2014

"Data-Driven Thinking" is written by members of the media community and contains fresh ideas on the digital revolution in media. Today’s column is written by Joe Prusz, head of mobile at Rubicon Project. In 2013, many observers marveled at the growth in mobile users. If 2013 was the year of mobile adoption, mobile advertising moved […]

Advertising, Mobile

Twitter Loves #Commerce, Launches Card-Linked Offers

Allison SchiffAdexchanger.com25th November 2014

Following on the heels of its buy button announcement and its recent CardSpring acquisition, Twitter announced the introduction of what it’s calling Twitter Offers – another step by the social network to add more commerce functionality to its offering. Twitter bought CardSpring back in July. The platform enables the creation of payment applications, a clear complement […]

Advertising, Consumer Media, Mobile

Vodafone to launch broadband and television services - Media11th November 2014

Operators are mounting a counterattack as BT prepares to enter the mobile market next year

Broadcast, Mobile

Google boss Larry Page: Europe needs to be more like Silicon Valley and support technology - Media31st October 2014

Google chief Larry Page says the search giant is trying to improve societies by putting its $62bn cash pile to good use, but politicians are yet to follow suit

Digital Media, Mobile

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