Facebook & news publishers: a rocky relationship Paid Members Public
How are Facebook’s efforts to reach out to publishers [https://digiday.com/media/inside-facebook-team-thats-charged-keeping-publishers-happy/] going? > “To call this group a partnership group is a joke in and of itself,” one executive at a major publisher said. “It’s a complete misnomer. We’re having really meaningful conversations with YouTube,
Techmeme, and the opportunity in connecting the conversation Paid Members Public
Has our lust for innovation made us move on from ideas too quickly? I’ve been mulling that over for most of the day, since I read Charlie Wurzel’s long piece on Gabe Rivera and Techmeme [https://www.buzzfeed.com/charliewarzel/meet-the-man-who-shapes-techs-narrative] . Unless you’re a blogger of a
Compass News: the latest attempt to build a Netflix for news Paid Members Public
There’s a new journalism aggregator in town, called Compass – and it’s attempting to be a Netflix for news [http://www.compassnews.co.uk/]. Isolde Walters spoke to Matilde Giglio about the subscription-based app [https://www.girlwithoutaniche.com/home/2017/3/13/w10i9y1x2vrkxbu17qgziqhg26ord7] : > It’s a bit like your
Reach of print newspapers falling fast Paid Members Public
Just 31% of Brits get their news from print newspapers [http://www.talkingnewmedia.com/2015/12/16/ofcom-report-reveals-falling-readership-for-uk-print-newspapers-rdio-bids-farewell/] And that’s down from 40% a year ago. Worryingly, there’s a rise in those who don’t follow the news at all.
What happened to news in 2014 Paid Members Public
Om Malik [http://om.co/2014/12/31/what-happened-in-2014/]: > 2014 was the year online video became the norm. It was also the year news happened elsewhere than established media brands. Yup.
Dumping the newspaper Paid Members Public
Breaking up with newspapers [http://almightylink.ksablan.com/rebirth/why-i-left-newspapers/]: > I’ve found a platform that fulfills my news-reading needs. My Internet-powered cell phone has replaced you, and it’s time for us to go our separate ways. To be honest, newspaper, I’ve been using my new platform for
Medium versus News Paid Members Public
[https://i0.wp.com/www.onemanandhisblog.com/content/images/2013/09/Medium.png] Medium is rejecting chronology as the key way it presents potential reading material [https://medium.com/about/e80cb20d3f03] to users: > Our goals are different: we want to give you great stuff to read. We have tens of
Why Tom Morris won't be buying your news app Paid Members Public
Well, reason 9 of many [http://tommorris.org/posts/8070]: > Attempt to find the story you wanted to read using a layout and information architecture that’s completely different from the layout and information architecture of the website that you’ve grown familiar with, because some arsehole decided that the