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Links 1 through 10 of 187 by Suw Charman-Anderson tagged strategy

BBC World Service has been doing news in languages other than English for decades. Its digital presence exists since 1997 and currently the portfolio consists of 28 foreign languages, reaching about 80 million unique browsers a month. via Pocket

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But there are many more types of nonfiction information services, and possibilities that few have yet explored. I want to take two steps back from journalism, to see where it fits in the broader information landscape and try to imagine new things. via Pocket

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Publishers are turning their attention to the cultural issue of getting their reporters and other staff to think mobile-first. via Pocket

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From day one, Vox.com has had a simple editorial mission: explain the news. In less than a year of existence, the site has grown to over 23 million monthly unique visitors and has cultivated a hyper-engaged fan base both on and off their platforms. This rapid ascent made Vox. via Pocket

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Studio 20 (a graduate program at NYU focused on innovation in journalism) is teaming up with Storyful (a start-up that finds news on the social web and verifies it) in hopes of answering this question: what does it take to create a more agile newsroom? via Pocket

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This article is the first in a series looking at some of the key issues and topics which will feature in our Digital Media Strategies event next March. Quartz and The Economist are two quite different businesses serving broadly similar audiences. via Pocket

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Kate Lewis is very excited. She has just come back from the Popular Mechanics Breakthrough Awards luncheon on the 44th floor of Hearst Tower, where she sat next to a 13-year-old boy, Terrance Li, who won an award for making a smartphone charger that uses cooking heat. via Pocket

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Peter Marsh, an executive with a US technology company, Newscycle, that specialises in providing software to media companies, has been delving into the dispute over charging for access to news websites. In other words, paywalls - good or bad? via Pocket

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Today's column is written by Greg Mason, CEO at Purch. Move over, programmatic and native. Ad fraud and viewability have become the two biggest buzzwords in the digital advertising industry. via Pocket

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