The observations in this paper – published by the Tow Center for Digital Journalism at Columbia University – are based on the results of an online survey conducted between Monday, November 14 and Sunday, December 4, 2016. Survey respondents identified a number of key challenges – and opportunities – for small market newspapers in the USA.
Originally published at http://www.niemanlab.org. Editor’s note: Damian Radcliffe and Christopher Ali are in the process of completing a report about U.S. newspapers with a circulation under 50,000 for Columbia’s Tow […]
First published on MediaShift. Image via Mic. Media companies often have a love/hate relationship with Millennials. On the one hand, they are an incredibly attractive demographic, particularly with advertisers. On the […]
Image via Shutterstock. Article first published by journalism.co.uk Summer is a busy time of year for jobseekers. It’s also ultra-competitive as new BA and MA graduates join an expanding pool of […]
First published on TheMediaBriefing. Engagement is major media buzzword in 2016. Globally, many publishers are beginning to recognize that the chase for clicks, has overtaken a former fundamental business maxim; […]
Presentation given to the What is Media? conference in Portland, April 2016. My slides explore seven major tech trends and how they are impacting on content creation and distribution.
Overview of where we’ve come from, and where we’re going… with an emphasis on social media usage in the USA and some key emerging global trends and behaviors. (Produced for […]