the telegraph

Mar
16
Rewarding good subscriber content is not the same as rewarding clickbait

Rewarding good subscriber content is not the same as rewarding clickbait

The Telegraph's plan to incentivise subscriber-friendly content doesn't look like clickbait payments, whatever Twitter says
4 min read
Mar
06
Engaged Reading Digest: the "news you can use" edition

Engaged Reading Digest: the "news you can use" edition

A small shift in format. This is a small number of "news you can use" links.
4 min read
Mar
20
Apple News is working, says The Telegraph

Apple News is working, says The Telegraph

The Telegraph is seeing substantial reader growth – from Apple News: For The Telegraph, Apple News has become the most effective
1 min read
Nov
09
Malcolm Coles on predictability and cat GIFs

Malcolm Coles on predictability and cat GIFs

Stealing the punchline from Peter Yeung’s interview with Malcolm Coles of The Telegraph: There’s no way I’d
1 min read
Oct
22
Why does The Telegraph want social and search specialists?

Why does The Telegraph want social and search specialists?

Slightly baffling post on Guido today: The Telegraph has suffered an exodus of seasoned reporters yet there is good news
1 min read
Apr
18

Scenes from a working week

Another week at the digital journalism coalface…
1 min read
Jan
22

Changes afoot at The Telegraph: editor out, restructure in?

I don’t really have much to add to the story about the sudden departure of The Telegraph‘s editor
1 min read
Mar
18

Sunday Newspapers on the iPad

It’s Sunday, and I’m on holiday – or as on holiday as an under-employed freelance consultant can be – and
2 min read
Mar
13

Five commuting reads for content types

Read and enjoy: Are digital editions attracting new readers? What is disruption and how can it be harnessed? The Telegraph‘
Oct
03

Is Andrew Marr getting very pretentious...

…or does a sub on the *Telegraph*‘s iPad edition need their knuckles rapped?