Earlier this month, the New Yorker announced plans to massively overhaul its website and to significantly alter its digital model, at a time when the Guardian and the New York Times are also implementing changes to their online presence.
Three major news website redesigns this year look very different but have an important feature in common: articles that seamlessly transition to new content, without requiring readers to click or tap headlines and then wait for new pages to load.
Facebook has helped catapult sites like BuzzFeed and Upworthy into social stardom, boosting the visibility of media content on the News Feeds of millions of users and generating a deluge of traffic.
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Following Time Inc.’s overhaul in recent months of the Time, Fortune and Money websites, now it’s Sports Illustrated’s turn.
Every few months media types seem to loop back to a familiar question: How to measure media beyond the page view.
How can legacy news outlets incorporate video sharing and live reporting into their workflow?
Al Jazeera quietly launched its digital video news channel Al Jazeera + on Friday.
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Today, The Hill newspaper announced the launch of a new “Contributors” section, with content expected from more than 100 scholars, think tanks, diplomats, and strategists.
Dallas Morning News Digital Communities Manager Michael Landauer writes funny takes on the weather for the Morning News’ Facebook page, one of which got a bit of attention last week.
The Telegraph has launched a 'fun' football website outside its metered paywall aimed at attracting a younger audience through social media.
The New Republic, which redesigned its website early last year as part of a broader publication re-launch, has rolled out some layout changes in response to user feedback.