Simon Davies of Quartz tells us how the international business-focused news outlet builds innovation and product development into the workflow. Later, Chris and Esther tempt fate.
YouTube cannot afford to alienate its stars, particularly not at a time when it's relying on the more popular members of that stable to drive subscriptions to YouTube Red, and when there are competitor services on the rise.
There have been some huge strides made in algorithmically determining 'quality' of news, to some extent
Luxury publications attract luxury advertisers, and charge for access to their audience accordingly.
AdBlock's self-insertion into the relationship between publisher and audience is simply a symptom of an underlying issue which - in TheMediaBriefing's opinion - is an order of magnitude more worrying.
As Recode puts it, Facebook is charging those brands for the privilege of having their bots and ads appearing in the news feed.
Digital advertising is also almost unique among forms of marketing in that while all digital spend is often lumped together, it actually takes many different forms.
The word 'nimble' gets thrown around a lot in the media world.
We thought we'd dust off the old TMB Smackdown format, and have our digital content executive Esther Kezia Harding take on our news editor Chris Sutcliffe in a discussion of whether Facebook's 'ethnic affinity' ad targeting goes too far
It’s clear that Facebook is on the hunt for a new battle to win, and has the worlds of online video and e-commerce in its sights