Sahil Patel | Digiday | 8/31/2015

The Young Turks Network plans to crowdsource its way to providing local news and commentary across the globe.



Jule Gardner Banville | MediaShift | 8/31/2015
A buddy of mine who also teaches journalism and is a guy who’s on it when it comes to data and longform popped into my office recently with a great idea for a radio story. Small problem: He’s never produced audio before and the whole concept scares him.
Lucia Moses | Digiday | 8/31/2015
Digital media companies may aspire to be the “Condé Nast of the Web,” a nod to the publishing house’s standard-setting reportage and photography — and, often unspoken, its ability to charge fat premiums.
Jeremy C. Fox | INMA | 8/27/2015
The Miami Herald Media Company published its first smartphone app in 1999 — a Miami Dolphins football app that was one of the first newspaper apps in the marketplace targeting sports fans.
Sahil Patel | Digiday | 8/27/2015
On Aug. 5, Facebook launched its first live streaming feature.
Press Release | Wall Street Journal | 8/26/2015
The iPhone app delivers the 10 most important business stories updated throughout the day by a dedicated team of journalists in New York, Hong Kong and London.
Catalina Albeanu | | 8/26/2015
More than half of UK readers of four national titles access the sites only from mobile devices – not in print or via a computer – according to the latest National Readership Survey report released today. | 8/26/2015
Entire site now powered by Arc, a custom publishing platform built in-house
Madalina Ciobanu | | 8/25/2015

"I think the media industry was disrupted 15 to 20 years ago and while consumption and volume are going through the roof, the sustainable model is falling apart," believes Henrik Eklund, co-founder and chief executive of Newstag.


David Murphy | INMA | 8/25/2015
Developments with in-car apps offer future opportunities for news publishers, but visual-heavy media must find a way to compete until hands-free cars are available.
Marc Settle | BBC | 8/25/2015

One of the advantages of working with a smartphone to record, edit and send footage is that you’re almost certain to have it with you all the time and ‘when the story breaks’.


Jessica Davies | Digiday | 8/24/2015
Daily Mirror readers would be forgiven if they were confused when they went to read the newspaper online recently.
The Guardian | 8/24/2015
Twitter has shut off access to 31 accounts that chronicled and archived the deleted tweets of politicians, diplomats and embassies around the world.
Katie Rogers and Alan Blinder | New York Times | 8/26/2015
Nu Yang | 9/1/2015