• Future Global Charts Ecommerce Course For Cookieless Web
    "We focus on what we like to call 'commerce content.' Mike Peralta, Future's global CRO, said in an interview.
  • 'New York Times' Blurs Fact And Opinion In Libel Defense
    Both stories covered a Project Veritas video about allegedly illegal voting practices in the congressional district of Rep. Ilhan Omar and the Somali-American community of Minneapolis.
  • 'Medium' Offers Employee Buyouts As Business Model Shifts
    The cost-cutting move underscores the difficulty in starting consumer titles in a crowded market.
  • Spotify, Substack Slammed For Payments To Artists
    The payments are concentrated among a handful of artists because only about 43,000 of them were responsible for 90% of the activity on Spotify,
  • 'El Pais' Grows From Zero To 100,000 Subscribers
    About 25% of its digital subscribers are located outside of Spain, which may indicate it has more potential to grow in Latin American markets.
  • What Publishers Can Learn From NYT Cooking's Departure From Facebook
    It's not worthwhile for publishers to devote time and money to moderating discussions on a platform they can't monetize.
  • How Publishers Can Extend Their Branding on Clubhouse
    Its weekly users had grown steadily to 2 million by January before surging fivefold to 10 million the following month - even though it's invite-only.
  • 'Washington Post' Needs To Strengthen Policy Against Unconfirmed Quotes
    'WaPo' this week printed a correction to a story that had misquoted President Donald Trump by relying on a secondhand source.
  • 'FT' Provides More Lessons On Importance Of Reader Revenue
    The financial newspaper's digital ad revenue last year rose 30% and surpassed its print ad sales in the fourth quarter. Digital revenue, including subscriptions, is now its biggest source of sales.
  • Proposed Law To Help Publishers Is Workable, Despite Flaws
    The Journalism Competition and Preservation Act would exempt news publishers from antitrust laws for a few years, letting them collectively negotiate payments from Facebook and Google for content.
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