Brilliant Infographic About Social, Mobile Driving Millennials’ News Consumption

Social media and mobile applications have become a primary channel for news for many millennials. An infographic from Coupofy takes an in-depth look at the smartphone-use habits of millennials and how these habits drive news consumption in the digital era. Coupofy surveyed more than 2,000 millennials aged 18 through 34. Tehy found that nearly 70 percent[…]

Media coverage of the US presidential debates

With the US presidential election less than three weeks away we want to look at how media has covered the debates between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. This election has brought social media to the center of political coverage. The first debate on September 26th this year was the most tweeted debate ever, topping the previous[…]

New Twitter Cards – a golden opportunity for newspapers

If last month Apple, Facebook, Google and even Instagram had major news for media industry, Twitter is now catching up by launching Twitter Cards. And thanks to this new design change, news publishers should be the first ones to take advantage of it and to get even more value out of their Tweets. The new[…]

News publishing on smartphones and social media, a threat or an opportunity?

Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism publishes its fourth annual Digital News Report. As the smartphone becomes the defining device for online news and the environment is dominated by a few successful brands, publishers will increasingly struggle to reach a wider audience, both via apps and browsers, according to the fourth annual Digital News[…]

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