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2018: The year the industry must grow up

2018: The year the industry must grow up

Digital publishing may be a relatively young industry, but as excuses go, this just doesn’t wash any more. Collectively, we now have enough knowledge, experience, and expertise to assume responsibility for the challenges we face – and 2018 must be the year we grow up and take back control to secure our future.

Reprieve for IT departments as EU court rules on IP addresses

Reprieve for IT departments as EU court rules on IP addresses

The EU Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled that IP addresses are to be considered “personal data”, which are subject to the EU’s data protection rules, but hedged against causing disruption by watering down the ruling.

Reserve the Date for Native Advertising DAYS 2016 in Berlin

Reserve the Date for Native Advertising DAYS 2016 in Berlin

The largest native advertising event in the world is back... and this year it’s coming to Berlin. On November 16th and 17th the Estrel Berlin Hotel and Congress Center will be buzzing with curious conversations and great talks.

ArtReview partners with Exact Editions to launch new comprehensive digital edition.

The world-renowned art magazine, ArtReview, has partnered with digital publishing experts, Exact Editions, to launch a brand new digital edition, bringing together ArtReview and its sister title ArtReview Asia, specifically aimed at the institutional market.

Facebook’s Live Video Effort Entices Media Companies

When severe weather passed through the Atlanta area early this month, Brad Nitz, a meteorologist for a local television station, WSB-TV, fed viewers live video updates on the station’s website, as he has done for years.

Snapchat Discover publishers could get comScore numbers

Snapchat is working on getting publishers a connection with comScore to start measuring audiences, and give advertisers a better understanding of traffic on the platform, according to sources familiar with the plans.

Instagram debuts 60-second videos for all users - here's why that benefits everyone

The photo and video sharing platform has rolled out 60-second videos for all users, which eliminates the previous 15-second cap it had placed on users’ content since it debuted videos in 2013. The change comes shortly after Instagram increased the length of video advertisements to 60 seconds and added a video view counter in February.

The Times of London is swearing off breaking news

British national newspaper The Times has been behind a hard paywall since 2010. That’s meant its speciality has long been in-depth analysis, opinion and commentary for its 402,000 Times and Sunday Times print and digital paying subscribers. It has still featured breaking news, and its sites have continuously updated to reflect that fast news metabolism.

New York Times cracks down on social media paywall loophole

The New York Times is to crack down on social media users who bypass its paywall by linking to articles via Facebook and Twitter. In order to limit such back door entries to its site The Times will trial a limit on the number of articles which can be accessed this way each month without coughing up for a subscription.

In 10 months, Quartz has gone from zero to 200 million video views

Quartz knows the importance of being where its readers are. Increasingly, this means focusing on Facebook video and publishing to messaging platforms.

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