Why More Media Companies Are Looking for C-Suiters Who Understand Bitcoin
Publishers like The New York Times, The Atlantic and Playboy have dabbled in NFTs.
Complex Network’s First We Feast Has 10 Million YouTube Subscribers
The food brand includes shows like Hot Ones, Burger Scholar Sessions, Tacos Con Todo and Coneheads.
As Commerce Revenue Jumps, Condé Nast Pitches New Shoppable Shows
The media company reached 10.3 million individuals: those who were not found on broadcast or cable.
With Cookies Crumbling, Publishers Push Brand Metrics
Over three months, the publisher has built up a database to inform ad buyers' planning.
How Salon and PCMag Are Moderating and Monetizing Their Comment Sections
Hungry for cheap moderation, publishers have flocked to the free software.
‘This Is Not a Skunkworks Project:’ Six Months in, The New York Times’ Pivotal Is Driving ‘Many Millions’
After the initial sharing of data, 25% lead to follow-up business conversations.
Why Time Launched a Dedicated Business Vertical
Now autonomous, the publication now hopes to recover some of the breadth of scope it ceded.
Pushly Names Brendan Ripp CEO
Pushly, a customizable push notification channel for publishers, announced the hiring of Brendan Ripp as CEO.
As Newsletter Advertising Grows, Advertisers Opt for Quality Over Quantity
Advertisers’ zeal to reach newsletter audiences has benefitted creators.
BuzzFeed Touts Lighthouse to Ease Third-Party Data Blackout Woes
Most publishers are still unprepared for the disappearance of third-party data.
To Ratchet Up Retention, the Financial Times Restructures Its Consumer Revenue Team
Lifetime value is the company's north star, said Fiona Spooner.
Facebook Journalism Project Reveals Latest Accelerator Class
30 news organizations will participate in the program, aimed at boosting reader revenue.
The Daily Mail Sues Google for Allegedly Throttling Coverage of Royals
The publisher accuses the tech giant of rigging ad auctions and search results.
Facebook Makes Its Foray Into Different Types of Audio
The social giant adds components for podcasting and social audio.
Time Accepts Cryptocurrency for Subscription Payment
A new one-time subscription will cost $49 and last 18 months.