A flurry of new studies from Deloitte and GlobalWebIndex offer us fresh insights into these audiences, in both the US and globally.
So as we start preparing to grapple with the implications of those changes in the run-up to Digital Media Strategies USA, we've put together a quick US media trends list that we'll be keeping our eyes on.
Instead of saving papers like the ones I used to manage, the chains’ strategies are creating dis-economies of scale that threaten to wipe out small community newspapers.
Airbnbmag needs a more long-term outlook, and will take longer to establish itself, particularly with such an infrequent publishing schedule.
In this week's edition of TheMediaBriefing, Esther talks to Cosmopolitan UK's editor-in-chief Farrah Storr about the brand's Snapchat success, whether women's magazines have a duty to be representative of an entire gender, and what the magazine might look like in the future.
The Lawyer is one of Centaur’s specialist titles, and over the past few years, has undergone a significant transformation from a free site and circulation magazine into a paid-for subscriptions product
In this week's Sunday Brunch, we look at everything brand-related, from brand safety to brand power in publishing and media.
As The Atlantic prepares to launch its first overseas bureau in London, its president Bob Cohn acknowledges that it will need to build a reputation in Europe from scratch
For both companies, there are deeper metrics to success than simple subscription figures.
In this week's episode of TheMediaBriefing, The New European's editor Matt Kelly discusses the respective strengths of right- and left-wing rhetoric, the ephemeral nature of pop-up publishing, and what it means for the paper to have been rewarded with four prizes at the British Media Awards last week.