What do you do with a blog service full of cat GIFs and memes? If you’re Yahoo, you buy it for $1.1 billion. If you’re a media outlet, you use Tumblr as an extension of your brand.
The New York Times Company was a victim of online attacks earlier this week that slowed down The New York Times Web site and limited access to articles and other types of content.
Its site redesign is very similar to Snow Fall.
New site will let journalists monetize their work as well as offering a platform for mentorship.
Following in the footsteps of The Times and Sunday Times, News International's tabloid title The Sun will launch an online paywall from 1 August.
Postmedia Network, Canada’s largest publisher by circulation of paid English-language daily newspapers, today announced the extension of paid digital subscription bundles across all its newspaper websites.
Provides the latest polls and polling industry newsRelevant Tweets and Instagrams also featured.
Adblock Plus is a free-to-use service that blocks unwanted adverts across the Web.
Which media does better with social media? It seems everyone can claim some victory -- with TV believing it grabs more benefits.
In recent days, one of the most comprehensive destinations for gossip about the Cleveland kidnapping victims was not an American news outlet. It was Mail Online, the Web site of The Daily Mail, a British tabloid that has taken a distinctly gossipy approach to all news.
Extends FT journalism onto popular mobile app.
The Huffington Post rolled out its first Asian edition in Japan on Tuesday.
Major news organizations including Reuters, Al Jazeera, CBS, NPR, the BBC, The Guardian and the Associated Press have all made headlines in the past year after hackers took over their Twitter accounts. The attacks are always embarrassing and can negatively impact the reputation of your news organization, but the attacks can also cause panic and real damage, as we saw recently.