As the legal budgets of traditional news rooms keep shrinking, they have been unable to fight the public interest battles of the past. Will tech companies be willing or able to pick up that torch?
YouTube’s net US video ad revenues will total $1.13 billion in 2014, according to new figures from eMarketer, accounting for 18.9% of the US digital video ad market.
What are the ethics of platform design? One of the reasons that Facebook study on user emotions was so controversial is that it touched on the kinds of ethics we expect — or don’t expect — from platform designers.
Formally trained in print and documentary, journalist Nonny de la Peña has a history of telling human stories through a multitude of communication tools and media.
Sports Illustrated’s latest editorial operation has one definitive rule: Keep it brief.
For its latest coverage expansion, international news organization BBC is going local. Very local.
The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission warned the wireless phone industry on Tuesday that the commission was seriously considering subjecting mobile carriers to the same net neutrality regulations as providers of wired Internet service.
As more people have access to their own personal viewing devices. they’re using them to consume all content — including video — at an increasing rate.
“Today’s Paper” app delivers tradition with a twist, mirroring the print edition in organization, structure, even font.
Content-recommendation widgets are becoming a popular way for publishers to get more play for their own articles and get more money out of their sites by effectively renting space in the widgets to other publishers and brands.
The suggestion that Twitter might apply Facebook-style algorithmic filtering to its timelines — something executives have said they are considering — seemed to strike many users as the worst thing that could happen to the service.
The implementation is part of News UK’s Workspace project, a wholly integrated, multi-channel approach to advertising, targeted at audiences and editions
Ross Hoffman reveals how Twitter’s recent design changes have affected user behavior and how it’s hoping to one day take advantage of other sites embedding tweets.