HuffPost has unveiled a redesigned lifestyle section called HuffPost Life, with a new editorial mission to give a “no-B.S. guide to modern life.” “Lifestyle sites tend to suck,” HuffPost editor-in-chief Lydia Polgreen wrote in a post about the new site. “They can make you feel terrible about yourself, telling you that you are too fat, not rich enough and not cool enough. They tell you that the key to happiness is buying more stuff you don’t need and can’t afford. They traffic in telling people ...
One in 10 local publishers don't have a website and many aren't present on Facebook. Google also holds inordinate power over their survival, as do the slow load rates of mobile apps.
'The City' will cover important civic topics like transportation, housing and real estate, climate change, healthcare, immigrant New Yorkers and criminal justice.
Publishers could be harming their reputations and relationships with readers when they opt for the short-term cash widgets can bring.
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On its first day live, "The City" was featured in Apple Podcasts' "New and Noteworthy" listing. The podcast examines how power and corruption impact urban landscapes.
Only 234 out of nearly 1,700 newspapers and digital media outlets responded to ASNE's survey. To ensure participation, the deadline has been extended to October 12.
After announcing its plans months ago, Facebook cut off third-party data to advertisers this week, leaving advertisers strategizing how to gather information about their target audiences going forward.
As video and mobile audiences increase, so does advertising spending, making precise calculations of audience numbers all the more important to a company's survival in today's market place.
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