A Twitter account naming super-injunction celebrities attracted over 34,000 followers in less than a day, sparking fears that the micro-blogging site could face pressure from the UK legal establishment.
Journalism Online, a company started two years ago to help newspapers and magazines collect revenue from online readers, has been sold to Chicago-based printing firm RR Donnelley for an undisclosed sum.
Consumer power, social media and monetisation challenges are meaning that newspapers and other content providers must evolve rapidly or risk going out of business, according to a new report.
The digital sector continues to boost UK advertising growth, with online ad spend growing 10.9% last year, according to new data.
Email subject lines play an important role in gauging reader attention. Jim Sinor, Account Director, Epsilon International, provides some tips on how to ensure each email communication has the optimum impact.
News Corporation has revealed that 105,000 readers have paid to read The Times and Sunday Times online and via mobiles, since both broadsheet papers’ websites went behind a paywall four months ago.
There is a massive difference between what traditional print media and social media were discussing in the run up to and day of the coalition government’s comprehensive spending review announcement, according to research conducted by Kantar Media.
The News of the World has followed News Corp stablemate The Times behind a paywall, with access to the site now costing £1 for 24 hours or £1.99 for four weeks. Steve Elsham, head of media at SAS UK looks at how newspapers can do more with digital media and their reader data.
The digital advertising industry must tackle misunderstanding with transparency and relevant ads, according to Improve Digital.
Visits to the websites of The Times and The Sunday Times have dropped by 1.2 million since May 2010, according to new data.