The importance of mobile and how it is shaping the news publishing industry

Despite a small decline in usage, mobile is the dominant device for news access consumption. Since the launch of the first smartphones in the late 90s and the first iPhone in 2007, publishers have been making moves to present their news on the devices. In fact, this week the iPhone celebrated its 15th birthday. So,[…]

Recognising AI, ePaper and Gen Z focused initiatives at the INMA Global Media Awards

Publishers are leveraging tools across the digital sphere to bring their digital strategy to the next level. We have handpicked some of the best-in-class ideas presented at the INMA Global Media Awards from AI reporting on regional football driving a 50% renewal rate to dispelling fake news on TikTok to reach Gen Z. Norwegian robots[…]

Reuters Digital Report 2022: Key Learnings

Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism have released their Digital News Report for 2022. We have compiled some of the key insights from the report based on a survey of 46 markets for your reading (or listening) pleasure. People prefer to consume their news in text rather than video Facebook has continued its general[…]

Reuters Digital Report 2022 – Wie traditionell ist die Mediennutzung in der DACH Region?

Das Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism hat den Digital News Report für das Jahr 2022 vorgestellt. Insgesamt wurden Daten aus 24 europäischen Ländern, 8 nord- und südamerikanischen Ländern, 11 Ländern im Asien-Pazifik Raum und 3 asiatischen Ländern erhoben. Wir haben die wichtigsten Erkenntnisse zusammengefasst und einen besonderen Fokus auf die Entwicklung in den[…]

4 technologies to include in your 2023 plans

This week, Juan Señor, Jayant Sriram and Inês Bravo released their 2022/23 World Report on Innovation in Media. We have dived through to pick out some of the standout technologies to include in your future plans.   NFTs and AI to become less futuristic “Publishers across the world are betting big on AI” write Señor,[…]

Publishers solidifying subscriber bases through non-traditional means

Netflix announced that it had a mass loss of subscribers for the first time in a decade in Q1 of 2022, CNN+ collapsed and Quartz made the decision to move from a subscriber to membership model. At an eye level, it would appear that subscriptions are faltering. With publishers becoming increasingly reliable on subscriber revenue,[…]

Why Gen Z pay for news

To understand how Gen Z consume news, we interviewed 3 Gen Z News Lovers. (Yes, they exist as we discovered in part one!). In this part, we explore Gen Z’s attitudes towards paying for news and what this means for publishers. You can see the full video of our interviews below. A quality information service[…]

Warum die Neuerfindung von Digital Editions die Zukunft der Nachrichten sein wird

Letzte Woche präsentierte die Financial Times ihre neue digital-only App. FT Edit liefert jeden Morgen acht ausgewählte Artikel, die einen Deep Dive in verschiedene Themen bieten. In den letzten Jahren konnten wir schon häufiger die Abkehr von Live News Apps und die Rückkehr zu Editions beobachten. Wir haben die Gelegenheit genutzt, um uns die Vorteile[…]

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