By-catch from the attention trawlers Paid Members Public
While the MailOnline puts out vast nets of attention, the Telegraph is making audio agile. And what can we learn from dead podcasts?
When less journalism is more Paid Members Public
The shift to digital unleashed the floodgates on a tidal wave of journalism of often variable content. And, finally, publishers are discovering that smaller amounts of more valuable work can be better.
The other impact of Covid-19 on journalism: more competition for attention Paid Members Public
Lockdown is trapping people at home, and pushing everything online. And that means a while range of organisations have suddenly become publishers.
Engaged Reading Digest: who won the attention election? Paid Members Public
A quick round-up of useful digital publishing reading from around the web, including the Beeb on the Dark Web, and journalism LIVE.
If you don’t understand attention, you don’t understand digital publishing Paid Members Public
Producing less content can be more profitable than creating more - and the reasons why hark back to the fundamental structure of the internet.