How Dagbladet integrates video into its website.
Asahi Shimbun’s Atsushi Sato explains how his company’s 12 sites for mobile phone users work and earn money.
“People live locally,” Ian Davies, director fo business development of the British regional newspaper publishing company Archant Ltd., this afternoon reminded attendees of Ifra‘s annual Beyond the Printed Word online pubishing conference. He said a recent survey by the (UK) Newspaper Society indicated that the average distance of local interest is 8 miles, and that is not necessarily ‘local’ as newspaper publishers understand that term. Davis emphasized that people online are interested in both topical and local communities, and that any newspapers must provide its readers with information about their street, town, region, nation, and the world. He said this […]
Rowan Barnett describes how his weekly newspaper has a circulation of 100,000 without publishing a website or in print.
Danny Dagan of News Group Digital (London’s The Sun and News of the World) describes the challenges popular tabloids face using with user-generated content.
At Ifra’s Beyond the Printed Word conference, Matthew Buckland of South Africa’s Mail & Guardian presents a case study of his newspapers experiments with user-generated content.
The opening keynote by German Digital Institute Director Prof. Dr. Jo Groebel at Ifra’s Beyond the Printed Word conference.
Why I’ve been absent during the past seven weeks.