Posts Tagged With: What’s New in Publishing | Digital Publishing News

66% of the audience use social networks to access news: Publishers need to “adapt to these more informal spaces”

“One of the most striking findings in this year’s data,” according to Reuters Institute’s Digital News Report 2021, is that…

Why great content beats third party cookies

2022 will mark the end of an era: the death of the third party cookie. After Google announced they would…

Apple’s grip on podcasting weakens, as YouTube and Spotify lead the way: 2021 Digital News Report

Growth in podcasts has slowed, in part due to the impact of restrictions on movement. The divide in podcast awareness…

Growing an employee-owned newsbrand: Insights from Defector Media

This week we hear from Jasper Wang, VP of Revenue & Operations for Defector Media. Defector was formed after a…

For-profit publishers race to collaborate

Local and national competitors adopt previously unthinkable sharing tactics Recently I have been doing a lot of research about how…

Digital News Report 2021: 5 top takeaways for publishers

“These are positive findings from publishers’ point of view.”: Reuters Institute The Digital News Report 2021, the most comprehensive annual…

How impartial news reporting helps publishers build trust: Insights from Reuters Institute

“The bedrock of why people come to us” “Overall trust in the news (44%) has rebounded strongly (+6) over the…

Top 10 reasons small publishers should consider paid subscriptions

There has never been a better time for smaller publishers to consider adding a content or news subscription offer to…

Rethinking the way we write for the paywall age

Digital journalism formats keep evolving. They way articles are written needs to adapt, too. In “One thousand and one nights”…

Paywalls: Protect the investment in your content

Content-for-free was probably digital publishing’s biggest mistake, but smart publishers are now making amends by gating access to their most…