3 ways in which AI can provide value to any publisher

In Reuters predictions published this January, 69% of media leaders and publishers bet on AI as the most important enabling technology for the future of journalism. Publishers see AI as a way of delivering more personalised experiences and improving production efficiency. Automated recommendations, better commercial proposals and newsroom automation were the 3 most important uses[…]

Key Takeaways from the Mather Economics Symposium 2021

In the 3 day symposium, Mather Economics tackled the topic of “Subscriber Lifecycle Management”. This is a further endorsement to the growth in importance of subscribers for publishers. We selected some of the most noteworthy cases from McClatchy, Mediahuis, Gannett, and The Economist looking at the topics of culture, customer centricity, technology, and subscription strategy.[…]

6 more charts you need to see from the World Press Trends Report

On Thursday’s we published a selection of 6 charts not to miss from the WAN-IFRA World Press Trends Report. With the rich amount of thought-provoking content in the report, we thought it would be the perfect opportunity to uncover 6 more insightful charts as a bonus. 1. Digital reader revenue is where the future money[…]

6 charts you need to see from the World Press Trends Report

Last week WAN-IFRA released a report covering “World Press Trends” for 2020 and 2021. In 97 pages of insights and charts, the report explores a variety of topics like revenues growth, print vs digital, COVID, advertising or diversity. We have selected 6 key charts from the report that you shouldn’t miss. 1. Digital Circulation Revenue[…]

How to engage the under-35s

Engaging the under-35s is seen as the key to long-term success for journalism, but this can put a lot of pressure on publishers. To keep up with ever-changing technology trends publishers often have to make risky investments. As we see Generation Z maturing and year 2000 babies becoming adults, this debate must once again be[…]

Subscription Pricing: Learnings from publishers who dared to experiment

Subscription strategies can offer a sustainable financing strategy. By now, the majority of the news industry knows this. The pitfalls of focusing digital strategies on advertising revenue are already well documented, but this recent piece in The Atlantic from Josh Marshall serves as a timely reminder. Subscription pricing however is an issue where the industry[…]

Why texting should be part of your mobile strategy

Publishers today know the importance of meeting their readers where they are, which is increasingly on mobile devices. However beyond optimised websites and native apps, there had been little innovation in the past decade. That’s changed recently, as publishers have experimented with distributing their content on WhatsApp and directly texted readers. To better understand the[…]

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