Reuters 2017 Digital News Report – 7 key takeways

The 2017 Digital News Report, a joint effort between Reuters Institute and the Oxford University, was published last week. It took a glance at the state of the media industry as a whole, by polling 70 000 people from 36 different countries. Let’s look at its main conclusions on digital media: #1: Mobile is still on[…]

Direct Reader Revenues

Direct reader revenues on top of newspapers’ strategies in 2017

In its annual predictions report, The Reuters Institute summarises the views and strategies of 143 key decision makers at newspapers publishers across 24 countries. We have selected 5 important takeaways for decision makers aiming at monetising their premium content offering. We are very happy to see that at Twipe we are actively developing technology solutions that[…]

3 surprising key findings about the Reuters Digital News Report 2016

Reuters just released it’s fifth annual¬†Digital News Report. Going through the report we’ve selected for you 3 surprising key findings. Social media is growing as a platform to discover news People prefer to read news selected on their own reading behaviour News articles are still the main source to read the news, despite all efforts[…]

Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2013 – Digital news starts to pay off

News is becoming more mobile, more social, and more real-time. This year’s survey reveals continuing shifts in how, when, and where people access the news, with digital patterns becoming more entrenched. Digital news is finally starting to pay Newspapers are starting to believe that business models to support digital journalism have emerged. Their increasing optimism[…]