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📧 Obsessing over one year of the Quartz Obsession email

If you’re a trivia buff, you probably don’t want to play against Jessanne Collins or Adam Pasick.<p>The editors are part of the team behind the weekday deep dive into one seemingly random topic (lettuce, sheds, the color purple, and the Mars rover, to name a few) by a Quartz reporter, also known as …

Aretha Franklin

Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff and his wife are buying Time Magazine

Another billionaire tech CEO is buying a prestigious print publication.<p>This time it's Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff and his wife Lynne Benioff. They are buying Time Magazine for $190 million from Meredith Corp.<p>"The Benioffs will hold Time as a family investment," Time editor in chief Edward …

Time Inc.

Trump's historic gift to media

Aboard Air Force One recently, an aide was showing President Trump detailed data, complete with graphics and fine print. Usually the president …

Michael Wolff

Urheberrecht: Axel Voss weiß nicht genau, was in seinem Gesetz steht

Axel Voss freut sich CC0 WikimediaDer CDU-Politiker Axel Voss ist Berichterstatter des EU-Parlaments für die umstrittene Copyright-Reform, die …

Günther Oettinger

The Outline and the curse of media venture capital

<b>It began, as so many similar stories do,</b> with a series of tweets. On September 4th, a writer at The Outline, a news startup founded in 2016 by Joshua …

Columbia Journalism School

Did Serial’s Season 3 score the single biggest podcast sponsorship deal ever?

Welcome to Hot Pod, a newsletter about podcasts. This is issue 176, published September 11, 2018.<p><b>One court, week by week.</b> In case you missed it: Serial is coming back for its long-awaited third season later this month. Announced Wednesday, the news was well documented by mainstream outlets like …

Podcasting

As Traditional Publishing Fades Away, Publishers Need to Find New Means of Distribution and Monetization

Recently, I did some revenue forecasting for a client who is considering entering the digital news/content space. The product offering is pretty …

Advertising Industry

Wie der Werbegigant Ströer Millionen Facebook-Fans heimlich für Werbung benutzt – und dabei ihre Communities zerstört

Millionen Deutsche folgen Facebook-Seiten wie „Unnützes Wissen“ oder „Kinder der 90er“. Die nutzt Ströer, um Inhalte von Bild, Bunte oder Bento zu verbreiten.<p>Eine der größten Werbefirmen Deutschlands hat Millionen Facebook-Fans getäuscht und heimlich für Werbung benutzt. Das Unternehmen „Ströer …

Social Media

Glamour Said Next to Go All-Digital

The 80-year-old magazine could cease its print format come next year.<p>ANOTHER ONE TO SWITCH? It sounds like Glamour could be the next Condé Nast title …

Travelers

With an eye on The Athletic’s growth, newspapers roll out sports-only subscriptions

With sports-news subscription sites like The Athletic blossoming across the U.S., some newspapers are carving out sports-only digital subs of their …

Advertising Industry

Americans expect to get their news from social media, but they don’t expect it to be accurate

Lots of news on social media? Yep. Lots of accurate news on social media? Nope: That’s the mindset of the typical U.S. news consumer in 2018, according to a new Pew Research Center report on news use on social media platforms.<p>Around two-thirds of U.S. adults say they get news from social media. …

Social Media

Leistungsschutzrecht: So viel Geld würden die Verlage von Google bekommen

Das europäische Leistungsschutzrecht soll die Zukunft der Presse sichern. Doch in Deutschland würde derzeit ein einziger Verlag fast zwei Drittel der …

Wirtschaft

Digitalisierungsbericht Video 2018: Unter 30-Jährige sind häufiger bei Netflix und Co als vorm linearen TV

Fast zwei Drittel (64,9 Prozent) ihrer Fernsehzeit widmen die Deutschen noch dem klassischen, sogenannten linearen TV. Aber Video on Demand-Angebote …

Deutschland

How the podcast boom is reshaping the traditional audio streaming industry

Originally suggested by Ben Hammersley as a portmanteau (a linguistic blend of words) of “iPod” and “broadcast”, the word “Podcast” is now a buzzword …

Marketing

‘2018 is the retention year’: How publishers are managing subscriber churn

Managing retention, an ever-present problem for subscription publishers, is taking on new importance as more publishers explore subscription models …

Customer Experience

Letter to the German Press

Journalism and Democracy Letter to the German Press<p>Von<p>-Aktualisiert am 02.09.2018-13:57<p>I have been circulating among you since the first day of June, …

Journalism

Memory app Timehop built an ad server to go from near-death to profitable

Timehop had three months of runway in the bank when it decided its current advertising solution wasn’t going to cut it. The app — a way to reminisce …

Profit

Letter to the German Press

Journalism and Democracy Letter to the German Press<p>Von<p>-Aktualisiert am 02.09.2018-13:57<p>Pillar five is not, I think, native to Germany, but I heard a …

Journalism

Erste Lehren aus drei Monaten SPIEGEL+

Wenn unser Vertrieb in diesen Wochen seine Statistiken verschickt, hebt das die Laune im Team von SPIEGEL+. Die Zahlen unseres neuen Abo-Angebots, …

Wirtschaft

To Promote Its New Streaming Service, a Brewery Launched Parody Site Beer.Porn

In the Instagram era, it’s become pretty easy to tack “porn” after any food, drink or hobby, but one British brewing company is taking the trope a …

Craft Beer

Iconoclastic Magazine Publisher Marvin Shanken Adapts In A New Era Of Media

The first thing Marvin Shanken—the magazine-publishing maverick and impresario who for the last 40-plus years has built a business based on his own lifestyle passions—tells you is that his success is all due to the content.<p>“We invest in very relevant information for readers who are passionate about …

Cigars

Pittsburgh becomes largest US city without a daily print newspaper

Pittsburgh will hold the distinction of being the largest city in the U.S. without a daily print newspaper after the city's Post-Gazette informed …

Journalism

GDPR sees cookies crumble on EU news sites

Several months on from GDPR, the new laws are having a dramatic effect on how news websites gather information on their readers.<p>A new study has found …

News Industry

Begehrte Gamer: Sport1 plant eigenen eSports-Sender

Während viele Sportarten um TV-Präsenz regelrecht betteln, ist die Lage beim eSports ganz anders: Vermehrt sucht das Fernsehen den Kontakt zur …

League of Legends

Vice’s Munchies is launching a food court in New Jersey

Munchies is shopping for chefs and restaurants to bake into its newest endeavor: a food court.<p>The Vice and Fremantle Media co-owned publisher …

New Jersey

Disney (yes, Disney) declares war on "overzealous copyright holders"

Disney is being sued by the Michael Jackson estate for using fair-use clips in a biopic called "The Last Days of Michael Jackson" -- in its brief, …

"taz" bereitet Ende der täglichen Printausgabe vor.

<i>Geschäftsführer Karl-Heinz Ruch vor dem Neubau des Verlags, der im Herbst bezugsfertig ist. Hier wird die werktägliche Print-"taz" sterben.</i> <b>Rettet die</b> …

Online activists hit hatemongers like Alex Jones where it hurts the most — in the wallet

Shortly before the 2016 presidential election, Matt Rivitz stumbled upon the Breitbart News website, which once called itself the “home of the alt-right.”<p>He was appalled by what he saw, including stories tagged “black crime.”<p>He wanted to do something about what he viewed as obvious racism. And as …

Social Media

The ‘Trump bump’ in the New York Times’ digital news subscription growth is over

Almost 40 percent of new digital subscriptions are for crosswords and cooking.<p>Donald Trump’s election to the U.S. presidency — and the chaos that followed — drove a massive spike in digital news subscriptions for the New York Times. Whether it was because of readers’ desire to be better informed, …