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"Zeit"-Geschäftsführer Rainer Esser: "Einige der Verlage, die Google am lautesten anklagen, investieren am meisten in SEO"

Google liefere enormen Traffic auf die Sites der Verlage, bei <b>Zeit Online</b> seien es ein Fünftel der Zugriffe. "Dabei müssen wir Verlage uns ja nicht …

How The New York Times Is Clawing Its Way into the Future

SCROLL DOWN<p><i>The New York Times</i><p>Claws Its Way<p>Into the Future<p><i>The New York Times</i> Claws Its Way Into the Future<p>by Gabriel Snyder | photographs by James Day …

Journalism

The seven things Fusion screwed up, according to Felix Salmon

Don’t let TV people build your website. “Obviously.”<p>Fusion Senior Editor Felix Salmon says he carries business cards with a FAQ on the back, explaining Fusion’s increasingly convoluted corporate structure.<p>Salmon joined the company in 2014 when it was a joint venture between Disney’s ABC and …

TV

How Ben Thompson built Stratechery into a one-man publishing empire

“The internet enables niche in a massively powerful way.”<p>Ben Thompson has established himself as one of the smartest analysts and clearest thinkers on the media and technology industries. And he has built an interesting, rather unusual business, self-publishing his Stratechery blog and …

Silicon Valley

NBCUniversal, BuzzFeed Co-Developing TV Content

BuzzFeed and Comcast Corp.’s NBCUniversal are unveiling new original series under development, the companies’ first joint television productions since the formation of their partnership nearly a year and a half ago.<p>The companies said the first of the shows will be a “crime investigation …

TV

„Bild“ füttert rechte Hetzer mit „Sex-Mob“

Aktuell verspricht ein Medium nach dem anderen, etwas gegen „Fake News“ machen zu wollen, erst gestern kündigte das „ZDF“ den Start eines …

The battle for consumers’ attention

Forget the long tail<p>TWO ENTERTAINMENT TITANS dominated the charts for the last few months of 2016: the mighty Walt Disney and Ryan, a five-year-old …

Economics

Facebook has hired an MTV executive to create original content

Mina Lefevre had been the head of scripted for MTV<p>Facebook has been working to make video a central part of how its users experience the site, first with Facebook Live, and more recently with rumors that it would be creating an app for television boxes such as Apple TV. Now, the company has hired …

Facebook

Publicis now competes with companies like IBM and Accenture

• <b>In Publicis' quarterly earnings call, CEO Maurice Levy emphasized the importance of Publicis.Sapient for the future of the agency despite the acquisition being largely responsible for a $1.49 billion write-down of the group's digital business.</b>• <b><br>Publicis.Sapient EMEA and APAC CEO Nigel Vaz explained</b> …

Advertising

What Facebook Live means for journalism

Facebook Live streaming after the police shooting death of Philando Castile. Tony Webster, CC BY-SAEvery week seems to bring another devastating …

Facebook

Condé Nast Buys Social Data and Marketing Platform

Condé Nast said today that it will acquire CitizenNet, a social data and marketing platform.<p>Inertia Advisors, which is a division of Kema Partners …

Marketing

Wikipedia bans Daily Mail as 'unreliable' source

Online encyclopaedia editors rule out publisher as a reference citing ‘reputation for poor fact checking and sensationalism’<p>Wikipedia editors have voted to ban the Daily Mail as a source for the website in all but exceptional circumstances after deeming the news group “generally unreliable”.<p>The …

Journalism

Quality news shifts to a paid-for model. And that’s good thing. But…

Several forces are pushing value-added news toward subscription-based models. Seizing the opportunity will require major changes—such as developing a …

Journalism

Facebook Takes Fake News Fight to France

As France’s presidential election nears, Facebook and several French news organizations have launched an initiative to prevent fake news from …

Resurgence of indie print magazines boosts LGBTQ visibility

Ryan Fitzgibbon is the founder and publisher of Hello Mr., an independent magazine about "men who date men," first published in March 2013. Published twice a year, Hello Mr. is now gearing up for its ninth issue, and Fitzgibbon has made the visibility of gay and queer men one of the core missions …

Publishing

Reporter Has Entirely New Suggestion for How Media Should Handle Trump Administration: 'Shun' Them

It's no secret that President Donald Trump and members of the press have a contentious relationship. Both sides distrust each other and seem to hold …

Media Industry

The World Economic Forum is treating fake news as an urgent matter of global human rights

On Jan. 17, more than 100 people crowded into the Kirchner Museum in Davos, Switzerland, for a panel on the ailing state of global trust. A just-released survey by communications firm Edelman documented the largest-ever drop of trust in business, government, the media, and NGOs. Richard Edelman, …

Human Rights

Facebook Live Is the Right Wing’s New Fox News

An <b>hour after Donald Trump’s</b> inauguration speech, Phillip Stucky was on the streets of Washington, D.C., iPhone in hand, looking for protesters. He …

News Media

A leaked report shows how much money publishers make from platforms like Facebook, Google, and Snapchat

Publishers are receiving far less money than might have been expected from placing their content on the third-party distribution platforms owned by companies including Facebook, Google, and Snapchat, according to a new report.<p>The report, from premium publisher trade body Digital Content Next (DCN), …

Advertising

People Read News On Facebook But They Don’t Really Trust It, A Survey Found

Only 18% of people surveyed said they trust news on Facebook all or most of the time.<p>A majority of American adults say they consumed news on Facebook in the past month — but they are deeply skeptical about the trustworthiness of information on that platform, according to a new survey conducted by …

Facebook

How the Times-Picayune is rebuilding its environmental team in a critical time

Mark Schleifstein wasn't at work seven years ago, when an explosion rocked an oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico. On April 20, 2010, the day of the BP oil …

Journalism

An Outbrain for newspapers: Headlines Network launches

“This is cars.com for content,” says ad network veteran Tim Landon<p>You can call it Outbrain for newspapers, if you want. Or perhaps a tamer Taboola. Tim Landon doesn’t particularly care how you characterize his latest network effort. Just click on his widgets – which you’ll soon see on hundreds of …

Journalism

The Trump bump: Slate's paying membership jumps 46 percent after the election

Trump is turning out to be good business for Slate.<p>Along with other news organizations, the culture and politics site has had a big boost in …

Journalism

The Real Story Of 2016

On Friday at noon, a Category 5 political cyclone that few journalists saw coming will deposit Donald Trump atop the Capitol Building, where he’ll be …

Elections

How the Fake News Crisis of 1896 Explains Trump

William Jennings Bryan, the populist presidential hopeful, warned of an “epidemic of fake news” in his day.<p>Fake news is everywhere. The power of the press is said to be waning. And because the nation’s most famous populist—the man with his sights on the presidency—can’t trust the lying media, he …

Journalism

The Great Unbundling

To say that the Internet has changed the media business is so obvious it barely bears writing; the media business, though, is massive in scope, …

Direct Marketing

With the 2020 report, The New York Times charts a course for its future

<b>The New York Times will dedicate $5 million to coverage of the Trump administration's effect on the world.</b> They'll use the money to bankroll …

The Washington Post announces The Lily

The Washington Post today announces The Lily, an experimental, visually driven product designed for millennial women that will boldly reimagine The Post’s award-winning journalism for distributed platforms. The brainchild of The Post’s Emerging News Products team, The Lily will emphasize …

Journalism

Ein Muster, wie Breitbart arbeitet.

Wir waren natürlich sehr gespannt, was Breitbart über Schmalbart schreibt. Der erste Gedanke beim Überfliegen: das ist doch eigentlich noch ganz okay.<p>…