INMA Big Data week London highlights successful business models of data driven newsrooms

The INMA Big Data for Media Week in London showcased best case examples of data driven success in the media industry. With speakers from BBC, The Telegraph, Financial Times, Google, The New York Times, Schibsted, The Washington Post and many others, the participants visited various media companies across London and attended podium discussions. We look[…]

6 common factors in the strategy of successful European publishers

The Media Briefing released a report last week containing 15 Case Studies of European publishers who have successfully implemented paid content strategies. We did a careful analysis of the report and identified the 6 common factors that industry leaders such as BILD, The Economist, De Correspondent, SüdDeutsche Zeitung, The Times or Le Monde counted on when building[…]

The Financial Times’ way to engage readers and monetize successfully

When people think about the Financial Times they think about journalism The Financial Times converts its free readers to paying subscribers through a focus of accurate journalism. Thus, the FT is trying to make their journalism accessible no matter where it appears. This led to a redesign of its website, focusing on its loading speed[…]

‘Journalists today not only need analytics, but they want analytics’

Over the past few years, news organizations all over the world have increased their use of analytics. Which can be understood as systematic analysis of quantitative data on various aspects of audience behavior aimed at growing audiences, increasing engagement, and improving newsroom workflows. Still, most of publishers struggle to understand and tailor all audience data[…]

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