The New York Times to Provide One Week of Free Unlimited Access to NYT Now in Honor of National News Engagement Day
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- The New York Times (NYTimes.com) today announced that it would offer a week of free unlimited access to NYT Now in coordination with the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication’s (AEJMC) inaugural National News Engagement Day.
The Newspaper Association of America has released comScore data that shows a new high for audiences engaged with newspaper digital content and reflects significant growth among key demographic groups.
I don't know if they'll ever finally get around to thawing Walt Disney, wherever he and his probably apocryphal ice box may be, and successfully re-animate the legendary animator. But if they do, and if they ask him to design an American city, I'm pretty sure what he'd come up would be Chicago, circa 2014.
When a new technology is invented, there's often a lot of doubt about its utility.
Census data find that nearly 25 million households (21%) have no regular internet access at all
Users will also have the option to "follow" specific publishers and writers
Fany Péchiodat is probably younger than 30 years old and lives in Paris.
Digital media outlets can improve the quality of journalism by using new tools such as the CSI-style verification of social media posts and by allowing the reader not only to comment but to correct articles, media researcher Kellie Riordan argues.
Evolve Media used to pay for it, but it no longer does. BuzzFeed says it rarely does. Time and the Huffington Post claim they don’t. Yet to hear some talk, it’s a more common practice than some publishers might admit.
Online media is made of clicks.
Maybe the Homepage Is Alive After All: Quartz is trying a New Twist on the Traditional Website Front Door
It was only a couple months ago that Quartz was making a bold proclamation: “The homepage is dead, and the social web has won.”
Sites like Fortune and Bloomberg may cover financial news, but that doesn’t mean they have to do so without any flair.
News is a reliable British export. The lineup of products has included the tabloid and broadsheet newspaper, which came to define modern journalism; the BBC, the first global news brand; and the Guardian's website, giving the world, for better or worse, Julian Assange and Edward Snowden.