OJR.org is going back to its original home.
Several years ago during a seminar at Poynter, we were talking about engaging our audiences.
While most online news outlets worry about their mobile-first strategy, Matter is trying to create a web-first reading experience.
This is a cautionary tale — about what happened to what was once one of the most important websites about journalism on the Internet, and about what happens when you don’t renew your domains on time.
Even the paywall contrarians are coming around, like DFM's John Paton.
Kenya is attracting a good deal of attention from the Internet-inclined these days. It has seen a new wave of impact investors, entrances by IBM and Google, and musings that the country is primed for Bitcoin.
The Texas Tribune will begin experimenting with sponsored content in 2014 with a site dedicated to both standard and paid opinion pieces.
When someone "likes" or links to a product on Facebook, that person's name and face could appear in an ad endorsing the product. Google is expanding its own endorsement ad program.
Newly restyled with responsive design for greater performance.
Readers coming to a news site's homepage direct are the most likely to return, according to a study by real-time analytics platform Chartbeat.
The collection program, which has not been disclosed before, intercepts e-mail address books and “buddy lists” from instant messaging services as they move across global data links.
The email newsletter model comes from some very humble roots, yet has grown into a powerful business model.
A group of websites has built a thriving trade by posting arrest records online, then demanding anywhere from $30 to $400 from users who want to remove the compromising images.