December 14, 2017 •
Business Models, Newsroom Management, Technology •
by Alexandra Borchardt
With business models under pressure and competition for audience and advertising dollars increasing, media organisations inevitably search for innovative new ways to attract audiences, tell stories or earn revenue. Yet newsrooms often rush...
November 14, 2016 •
Media and Politics, Media Economics, Recent •
by Andrew Jack
As Hillary Clinton found to her cost in the latest US presidential elections, emails remain a potent force in modern life. Partly because of the former Secretary of State’s reluctance to abandon her Blackberry for the government’s...
February 23, 2016 •
Digital News, Recent •
News organisations are increasingly embracing the use of analytics and metrics as part of editorial decision making, but what constitutes a sophisticated analytics strategy? And why are so many media organisations still using such a...
May 6, 2014 •
Business Models, Media Economics •
by Evgeniya Boklage
More and more online news outlets are experimenting now with paywalls, but academic research on the subject is still in its its infancy. A new study by Merja Myllylahti (Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand) published in Digital...
December 7, 2012 •
Media Economics •
by Piero Macri
In September this year online subscribers to the Financial Times exceeded 300,000 (313,000 to be precise) for the first time, recording a growth of 17 percent since the beginning of the year.Considering that the total paying readership...