The digital transition of local news Paid Members Public
How are the traditional local publishers managing the transition to digital? The panelists would like us to think it's going well, but the audience is skeptical.
Another sign of the newspaper end times Paid Members Public
Cats and dogs lying down together [https://www.theguardian.com/business/2017/jan/09/trinity-mirror-in-merger-talks-with-express-newspapers?CMP=twt_a-media_b-gdnmedia] … > The Daily Mirror’s parent company is back in talks with Richard Desmond in a potential deal to take a stake in Express Newspapers, the owner of the Express and
Mirror takes an axe to digital new formats team Paid Members Public
A new boss at The Mirror is sweeping away the digital innovations of his predecessor. Not invented here syndrome at work…
Building Ampp3d - technically Paid Members Public
If you’re interested in the technical detail of how sites come to be – and if you’re serious about publishing, you should be – William Turrell’s account of how he built Ampp3d [http://wturrell.co.uk/ampp3d/] makes for fascinating reading: > I find it helps to put something
Amped about ampp3d and rigorous innovation Paid Members Public
[http://www.onemanandhisblog.com/archives/assets_c/2014/01/ampp3d-3427.html] When I first heard about Trinity Mirror’s Us vs th3m [http://usvsth3m.com], I rolled my eyes. Did the UK really need another Buzzfeed clone? Were our publishers incapable of innovating rather than jumping on yet another bandwagon?
Tom Phillips: USvsth3m (Hacks/Hackers Brighton) Paid Members Public
[https://i1.wp.com/www.onemanandhisblog.com/content/images/2013/06/image.jpg] Warning: liveblogging. Prone to error, inaccuracy and howling typos. Some of them will be mine, some of them auto-correct’s. But don’t say you weren’t warned… USvsth3m [http://usvsth3m.com/] is an experiment funded by
Newspaper Website Built on Blog Software Paid Members Public
Trinity Mirror’s new local site is a blog. [http://blogs.pressgazette.co.uk/fleetstreet/2007/03/30/trinity-mirrors-new-local-sites-are-blogs/] : > Trinity Mirror’s Buckinghamshire Advertiser [http://www.buckinghamshireadvertiser.co.uk/] has relaunched its web site. It’s very cleanly designed. But there’s something significant that is unusual about it