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- Advertisers Don’t Want To Be Advertisers Anymore!
That means ad sales people are finding that selling an ad page is very difficult. Add banners to the list of undesirable products, too. So, what do you do?
- Gannett’s Profits Increase 84% As Newsquest’s Circulation Revenue Rises
Gannett, the parent of Newsquest, saw its second-quarter profits rise 84% alongside a 12% increase in revenue compared to the same period last year.
- Innovation’s In Participative Journalism That Will Change The Media Industry
As modern media outlets struggle with the uncertainty of journalism’s future, they should keep a close eye on social entrepreneurs who are pioneering new media models by reimagining the roles of the audience, the journalist, and the media enterprise.
- Digital Publishers Looking To Print Magazines
There’s a lot of positive talk about magazines these days — but, interestingly, it’s coming from the digital likes of Yahoo, Say Media and Flipboard.
- When An Ad Is Not An Ad On Facebook
Facebook’s recent changes to its news feed algorithm have decreased organic reach for brands and, at the same time, increased reach for editorial operations.
- Apple Appears Set To Separate The iBooks Store From iTunes, Will They Move Newsstand, As Well?
The latest version of iTunes 12 beta seems to show that Apple intends to move the iBooks Store outside of its iTunes Mac app and into its own Mac app with the release of OS X Yosemite, according to developers working with the software.
- How Digital Startups Can Better Deal With Uncertainty
When you are starting out with a digital product, it makes sense to get advice from experts. But experts can’t help you learn as much as you can on your own.
- Saying Goodbye To Publishing Business Conference & Expo, Hello To New “Live” Events Series
Publishing Business Conference & Expo has seen many iterations. More than a decade ago it was a shrine to the power and profitability of print.
- Can The Washington Post Build An International Identity?
The Washington Post has long been torn between its self-identification as a hometown newspaper and the reality that the local business has global importance.