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Latest Newspapers Analysis
11th April 2014 08:00
We’re entering a ‘golden age both for audiences, journalists, and advertisers,” according to Telegraph Media Group’s chief content officer and editor-in-chief, Jason Seiken, at Newswork’s Shift event the British Library. The rise of technology and a multitude of different ways to tell stories, and audiences are served on an ever-growing number of screens and platforms is what constitutes this golden age, according to Seiken, so it’s a shame he didn’t explain the Telegraph’s digital ‘culture transformation’ in more detail
7th April 2014 11:30
The sheer rate that think-pieces and comment articles are published about the media industry means that if you blink, you'll inevitably miss an important insight or piece of analysis. So here's a roundup of some of the best and most informative articles including Tesco's latest ad tech push, Digital First media's digital problems and a lot of Facebook stats.
4th April 2014 08:30
With the acquisition of ad tech firm Sociomantic, Tesco now has both attribution and targeting branches to its advertising name, and is one step closer to end-to-end advertising. But why should publishers – specifically newspapers – worry?
3rd 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.
31st 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.
Latest Newspapers News
Folio8th April 2014 21:11
Go direct to retailers or, perhaps, Amazon.com.
MediaGuardian7th 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.
MediaGuardian6th April 2014 00:04
Jason Seiken is leading a bottom-up digital revolution at the Telegraph but one with him still clearly in charge
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.
New York Times20th March 2014 00:05
Beacon will be supporting writers with a $5-a-month fee, similar to a Netflix model.