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Mark Sweney | The Guardian | 10/21/2014
Last month theguardian.com website network recorded 42.6 million worldwide unique visitors, a 12.3% month-on-month increase.
Robert Feder | robertfeder.com | 10/21/2014
Once the sale is completed, Wrapports LLC would continue to publish only the Sun-Times daily tabloid and the Reader free weekly, according to insiders.
Washington Post PR | 10/21/2014
Their teams just released a wearable app for Android Wear.
Roy Greenslade | The Guardian | 10/21/2014
In the last year alone the number of cases relating to new media, such as internet-only news services, social media, text messages and online review sites, has more than quadrupled.
Mark Challinor | INMA | 10/21/2014
As mobile payment technology becomes more readily available, media companies need to consider how to integrate it with content access and track readers through digital advertising models.
Chris Smith | Digiday | 10/21/2014
Guardian News & Media is teaming up with The Telegraph Media Group to roll out the second iteration of its “Audiences not Platforms” planning tool.
Alecia Swasy | RJI | 10/21/2014
based on 50 interviews with journalists at four U.S. metro newspapers on how they are embracing the innovation of Twitter. - See more at: http://www.rjionline.org/news/bottom-line-can-twitter-make-any-money-newspapers#sthash.DjAjjPbU.dpuf
Based on 50 interviews with journalists at four U.S. metro newspapers on how they are embracing the innovation of Twitter.
Jethro Nededog | The Wrap | 10/21/2014
The fired New York Times editor says investors “sound very interested” in her new project
Press Release | Paddock Publications | 10/20/2014
In the past two years, Town Square Publications has expanded beyond Chicago and the suburbs.
Justin Ellis | Nieman Lab | 10/20/2014
News outlets are scrambling to cover the latest developments in the Ebola outbreak with reporting that can provide background on the spread — and any potential risks — of the disease.
Joseph Lichterman | Nieman Lab | 10/20/2014
The Times-Picayune was the most prominent example of a daily newspaper cutting print and home-delivery days. But as part of a big bet on football, it’s bringing Mondays back to subscribers — at least for the fall.
Lucia Moses | Digiday | 10/20/2014
Four common ways that publishers are holding themselves back if not sabotaging themselves when it comes to growing their programmatic revenue.
Michael Depp | NetNewsCheck | 10/20/2014
Tony Haile explains how Chartbeat came to this new metric — along with how it plans to share the formula with others — and what selling time really entails.
Press Release | Los Angeles Times | 10/16/2014
Eric Blattberg | Digiday | 10/15/2014
Nu Yang | 10/20/2014