Tom Grubisich | Street Fight | 3/24/2015
David Arabov says he co-founded the millennial-aimed Elite Daily, which has more than 74 million readers at the beginning of its fourth year, because he got tired of the “dull, one-dimensional” way traditional media — primarily newspapers — covered the news.
Lara O'Reilly | Business Insider | 3/19/2015
Upworthy's cofounder Peter Koechley has an apology to make.
Dylan Byers | Politico | 3/11/2015
Three weeks ago, New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet informed staff that the paper would no longer take enterprise pitches for Page 1 of the print edition.
William Turvill | PressGazette | 3/9/2015
The Guardian now claims more unique website browsers in the United States than in the United Kingdom.
Chris O'Shea | AdWeek | 3/6/2015
The New York Post is gambling that this “smartphone” trend is going to stick with the launch of Internet Action Force, a comedy site with a mobile-friendly lean.
Michael Depp | NetNewsCheck | 3/4/2015
NEW YORK -- Mobile digital engagement has surged, but not at the expense of desktop activity. Apps are dominating mobile Web usage. And digital ad viewability is now a major issue, with a positive correlation being demonstrated between ads’ viewability and the advertisers’ ROI.
Michael Depp | NetNewsCheck | 2/25/2015
ATLANTA -- Nobody can accuse Jim Brady of not putting his money where is mouth is.
Abigail Edge | | 2/20/2015
It was a good start to the year for a number of news titles, all of which recorded their best ever web traffic in January, according to the latest figures published by the Audit Bureau of Circulation (ABC).
Melody Kramer | Poynter | 2/17/2015
Part of what I hope to do in this weekly column is highlight fresh ideas and insights from journalists working outside of New York, Washington D.C., and San Francisco. 
Chris Smith | Digiday | 2/12/2015
Publishers on the hunt for digital media are increasingly turning to paywalls or metered-access systems.
Mathew Ingram | GigaOM | 2/11/2015
If there’s one word that sums up where most media entities are focused for the future, it’s “mobile” — almost every news service and website is looking to mobile because that’s where the younger users are, and therefore that’s where the growth is.
Steve Lohr | New York Times | 2/3/2015
The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission this week is widely expected to propose regulating Internet service like a public utility, a move certain to unleash another round of intense debate and lobbying about how to ensure so-called net neutrality, or an open Internet.
David Holmes | PandoDaily | 1/20/2015
GigaOM’s Mathew Ingram is on a bit of a campaign lately to convince the world that Buzzfeed is “beating” the New York Times — which to some, is a little bit like saying Coke is beating UNICEF.
Press Release | Dirks, Van Essen & Murray | 3/31/2015
Michael Barthel | Pew Research Center | 3/27/2015
Parker Higgins | | 3/26/2015
Press Release | Dirks, Van Essen & Murray | 3/26/2015