From an outsider's perspective, it looks as though the UK news media didn't have a problem with fake news until they lost their monopoly on it.
For publishers, brands and media companies seeking opportunities for international expansion, the Middle East offers some intriguing possibilities.
Facebook has been slowly leaning into the world of music for some time now.
I think it’s time to take a reality check on the state of news publishers digital transformation
The fear of being replaced in it by a machine has existed since even before Fritz Lang made it a central component of Metropolis back in 1927.
In this week's episode of TheMediaBriefing, we talk to The Tab's COO Charlie Gardiner-Hill about taking the student brand to the States, building other titles around a totem brand, killer clowns and drinking game rules.
Brimming with rich data and case studies from around the world, this year’s iteration clocks in at a whopping 355 pages; making it an exhaustive – and exhausting – read.
It’s better, isn’t it, when we are able to feel comfortable as we are, rather than trying to be something we’re not?
Yesterday INMA published an article entitled 'Instead of courting Millennials, should news media skip this generation?', to which the answer, categorically, is no.
Last week an idea making the rounds was that news publishers should have someone on staff dedicated to covering 4chan, since much of what we now call 'fake news' originates from the imageboard.