A good review in The New York Times can make a filmmaker's career, but the Times ad department is offering another kind of hand up.
The New York Post is gambling that this “smartphone” trend is going to stick with the launch of Internet Action Force, a comedy site with a mobile-friendly lean.
Netflix is for dramas, Hulu Plus to catch up on broadcast TV shows — but where do cord cutters turn for new coverage?
When bloggers and citizen journalists became fixtures of the U.S. media environment, traditional print journalists responded with a critique, as this latest Tow Center brief says.
"I've been in media for 15 years," said Meredith Kopit Levien, head of ad sales at The New York Times. "The last three or four have been the ones where I've seen the most dramatic change."
As print advertising revenue continues to shrink at Torstar Corp., the company is pinning its hopes on a tablet edition of the Toronto Star expected to attract new readers and advertisers.
As the sun goes down, web traffic in Orange County goes up.
Newspapers continue to make big strides online, with the combined digital audience for U.S. newspapers reaching a record 173 million in January 2015, according to comScore data cited by the Newspaper Association of America.
The BBC is to offer up to 5,000 young unemployed people places on a digital training programme teaching skills such as web design and short video editing.
In what was seen as a victory for First Amendment rights, the U.S. government agreed Thursday to pay The Blade $18,000 for seizing the cameras of a photographer and deleting photographs taken outside the Lima tank plant last year.
The decline of alt-weekly newspapers over the past 10 years is, of course, not news in an industry with a wider-spread issue of revenue problems and it’s certainly not a trend specific to Canada. - See more at: http://j-source.ca/article/long-goodbye-canadian-alt-weeklies#sthash.G9HGniZf.dpufThe decline of alt-weekly newspapers over the past 10 years is, of course, not news in an industry with a wider-spread issue of revenue problems and it’s certainly not a trend specific to Canada.
Journalistic shrapnel has been scattered across the internet as reporters have raced to further the story from every angle.
The lecture, titled "Digital Innovations and the Future of Journalism," covered the recent history of NOLA.com