Online video has become a priority for many publishers over the last few years, but the transition from text and images to a multimedia approach isn't always a smooth one. So how can you ensure you're on the right track?
Most of Twitter’s senior executives did not use the social network before they joined the company and barely use it now, new analysis has found.
The Apple Watch’s official release day is Friday, and strategy leads from digital media companies the world over are bracing themselves for the awkward question: “What’s our wearables strategy?”
Revenue and profit grew a bit more slowly in the first quarter than in the recent past.
Innovation took the stage at the 16th annual International Symposium on Online Journalism (ISOJ) April 17-18 in Austin, Texas. ISOJ has a long-standing reputation for bringing together the best and brightest of digital media professionals and scholars.
When data wonk heaven FiveThirtyEight decamped from The New York Times for ESPN in 2013, it left The New York Times in a bind.
Social traffic figures are growing for many news outlets, as many readers now come to stories from social feeds rather than the more traditional route of the homepage.
With nearly 87 percent of Americans watching online video these days, it's a statistic that has hit home to the iconic national daily USA Today.
The Washington Post introduces a new Apple Watch app which features an original news reading experience called “Big Story, Small Screen.”
The paper’s readers have increasingly been coming from mobile in recent years, and the Times has responded with a fleet of apps designed to draw in small, niche audiences to the paper.
MoJo expert Robb Montgomery detailed his predictions for where the field is headed, speaking at the International Journalism Festival in Perugia
Advertisers may complain that it’s hard to scale native ads, but they also want them to be put in front of the right people. Efficiency can mean more than one thing.
Not too long ago, and with great fanfare, Snapchat rolled out its advertising services for brands like McDonald’s, Samsung, and Amazon.