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How City A.M. plans to protect its turf: a new focus on digital

How City A.M. plans to protect its turf: a new focus on digital

Henry Taylor3rd April 2014 08:30

How does a print-centric, London-centric, business title respond to the growing encroachment of digital-only business media aiming to take on its home market? For City A.M., the answer looks set to be a combination of rapid digital development, a strong focus on social and data, and a healthy approach to learning from what those competitors are up to.

Digital Media, Newspapers

Media must reads March 31: The week's best news, analysis and comment

Media must reads March 31: The week's best news, analysis and comment

Henry Taylor31st March 2014 08:20

The sheer rate of think-pieces and comment articles being published about the media industry means that if you blink, you'll inevitably miss an important insight or piece of analysis you would have otherwise read. Here's a roundup of some of the more interesting articles we were reading last week.

reading roundup, Advertising, B2B Media, Broadcast, Consumer Media, Digital Media, Finance and Deals, Mobile, Newspapers

Spotlight

How can publishers use big data effectively?

How can publishers use big data effectively?

MPP Global Solutions27th March 2014 08:45

The term 'big data' was something of a buzzword in 2013 and the concept continues to cause confusion among company executives. More people are consuming paid content but can publishers make the most of the huge amounts of subscription data this creates?

Advertising, B2B Media, Broadcast, Consumer Media, Digital Media, Finance and Deals, Mobile, Newspapers

Latest Newspapers News

Johnston Press takes a big hit in selling off its Irish titles for £7.2m

Roy GreensladeMediaGuardian7th April 2014 16:43

Johnston Press has sold off its Irish titles - as reported here in early December - to a company owned by advertising executive Malcolm Denmark.

Finance and Deals, Newspapers

Telegraph's digital saviour takes a familiar route

Peter PrestonMediaGuardian6th April 2014 00:04

Jason Seiken is leading a bottom-up digital revolution at the Telegraph but one with him still clearly in charge

Digital Media, Newspapers

News UK journalists caused 'absolute mayhem' with digital data

Brand Republic3rd April 2014 18:05

News UK has clamped down on the digital data it releases to staff after misuse of the figures by journalists caused "absolute mayhem", according to Alan Hunter, the head of digital for The Times and The Sunday Times.

Digital Media, Newspapers

A Website Asks Readers to Finance Independent Journalists

By SYDNEY EMBERNew York Times20th March 2014 00:05

Beacon will be supporting writers with a $5-a-month fee, similar to a Netflix model.

Digital Media, Newspapers

How we're adapting to The Guardian's sudden global growth

Brand Republic19th March 2014 16:01

As the global media landscape continues to change, David Pemsel, deputy chief executive at Guardian News & Media, gives his take on how to grow a global audience.

Digital Media, Newspapers


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