Tom Felle, City, University of London Dear friends, it’s not us, it’s you. You are the problem. You’ve stopped sharing every intimate detail of your lives and we can’t monetise […]
The following is an article I wrote for The Conversation about newsonomics and the future of payment models for digital news. See the original article here Journalism is in an […]
There was a time when the first reviews of a play in a newspaper made or broke a touring company; when the exclusive first pictures were only available to newspapers and magazines; and when political coverage by the news media shaped public opinion. Or at least, we think it did. But did newspapers ever really influence elections?
IN THE mid-2000s, the brash and bullish Johnston Press thought buying into Irish regional newspaper market was a licence to print money. It spent more than €200m building up its […]
IT SEEMS it is not only the current crop of newspaper editors that are worried about their papers. Two former The Irish Times editors have now also taken a stand […]
Politico’s ‘On Media’ team discuss a difficult week for the US media, particularly for CNN. As mistakes take their toll on the credability of the news media, trust is becoming […]
Earlier this evening the Associated Press deactivated its Twitter account after a bogus tweet claimed there had been two explosions at the White House, injuring President Barack Obama. The “news” […]