Top Newspapers Stories
- Cost cutting and staff cuts help Local World make £38 million profit in its first full year
- News Corp's new app plans and how old media is chasing younger audiences
- The NYT is running out of options, but it's still making good decisions
- Video social sharing: How do four of the big players stack up on the social web?
- Trinity Mirror posts 50 percent digital growth as profit and revenue decline less than expected
- FT digital subs up 33 percent as Pearson takes a hit from restructuring
Latest Newspapers Analysis
29th July 2014
Our love affair with video on demand has seen online video advertising grow by 45 percent in the last year. But is the sell-side fully capitalising on the VOD opportunity? Many publishers are still grappling with the fundamental challenges of how to generate greater supply of premium-quality content, how to make that content available, and how to monetise it in the most effective way.
24th July 2014
Publishers have a payment problem. OK, old news – they have several – but one of them involves trying to get people to pay for content online. But does the solution for getting audiences to stump up the cash before reading content lie with publishers, or will it be the tech industry that provides the answer?
WSJ's David Ho on mobile and beyond: 'We're so caught up in analogue disruption we miss the disruption in digital.'
23rd July 2014
Are media companies so caught up in the web and mobile they're about to miss the next big disruptive changes in their industry? In a keynote speech at the News:Rewired conference in London today, Wall Street Journal mobile, tablets and emerging technology editor David Wo urged the audience to look beyond mobile.
22nd July 2014
Once you've built a successful digital newspaper subscription business, what's next? The FT's launch of a digital version of FT Weekend earlier this month hints that its answer to the question involves at least some slicing and dicing of what it produces to build new products to sell.
15th July 2014
In web design, parallax scrolling is a term used to describe the technique where different parts of a webpage move at different speeds as the user scrolls up or down the page. However, sites likes the NYT’s Snowfall are often touted as successful examples of the parallax effect, but they don’t actually incorporate the effect...
Latest Newspapers News
MediaGuardian23rd July 2014
Publisher of Daily Express, Sunday Express, Daily Star and Daily Star Sunday to cut headcount from about 650 to 450
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