Top Newspapers Stories
- The rise of 'social shopping' and why it could be a mixed blessing for publishers
- Express Newspapers to cut 200 posts
- WSJ's David Ho on mobile and beyond: 'We're so caught up in analogue disruption we miss the disruption in digital.'
- More products, better treatment: How and why the Financial Times built a digital FT Weekend
- Tech explainer: How parallax scrolling can help keep attention
- 9 examples of how commercial priorities are messing up media sites' UX
Latest Newspapers Analysis
11th July 2014
Washington Post chief information officer Shailesh Prakash has been at the heart of that process for three years. He tells TheMediaBriefing that predicting what, or more importantly when, new technology is going to have an impact on your business is nigh on impossible to get right all the time. But that doesn't mean you can't make sure you ride the wave effectively.
10th July 2014
Gawker editor-in-chief Max Read recently announced all of the internal chat discussion going on would be published externally on a new “Disputations” vertical with the idea being audiences would get extra value out of those discussions. That’s a step most publishers wont quite be willing to take, but it does point to the fact that more and more teams are finding more efficient ways to communicate – something becoming increasingly important in an age where the traditional journalist/advertising/development walls in many organisations are being broken down.
9th July 2014
The array of metrics that publishers sell against is mind-boggling, from good-old-fashioned impressions to complex measurement bundles that include time spent with content. Can publishers work out which combination of metrics will deliver the outcomes they want?
8th July 2014
Guardian News & Media has continued to reduce its losses, reporting a loss of £30.6 million in the year ending March 30 2014 – £3.2 million less than the previous financial year. Things appear to be moving in the right direction for the publisher: it's continuing to reduce its losses nicely and thanks to its fattened cash reserves, now has an enviable amount of time to work out what to do next.
7th July 2014
In the age of the pixel display, which offers up enormous potential when it comes to how content is displayed, and the age of the internet, where audiences are comprised of a far wider group of people than the ones that buy your print newspaper, is there any need for newspaper homepages to still so closely resemble their print equivalents?
Latest Newspapers News
MediaGuardian27th June 2014
Chief sports correspondent to leave with cricket, athletics, sailing and rugby writers
Brand Republic11th June 2014
News UK is preparing to make newspaper history tomorrow when it delivers The Sun to every household in England, a move the tabloid's editor David Dinsmore calls the "greatest print initiative of recent times".
Folio10th June 2014
MediaGuardian31st May 2014
Figure almost flat compared to previous year, while operating profits are up due to savings on newsprint and distribution