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The US local news publisher leverages its past to build a new community of readers, garnering 5,000 followers in two months
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Modernising the iPlayer has allowed the public broadcaster to win back a third of its young audience but changes are happening too slowly to compete with Netflix and Spotify
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To cut through the noise in the media app market, i offers its paying subscribers a carefully curated news edition optimised for smartphone
This new Google Chrome plug-in allows news readers to rate pieces of journalism out of five and give the reasons why - producing a 'mould vs gold' leaderboard of journalists and news outlets
As audiences increasingly access news via their social feeds, digital media consultant Matt Navarra advises on how to leverage the power of platforms
To win over audiences of today and tomorrow, new RISJ research recommends replicating the Facebook and Netflix user experience combined with quality reporting
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With its funny videos and memes, the US news site amassed 78k followers in three months, even inspiring teens to want to become journalists
Commuters who engage with personalised voice updates are 12 times more likely to become paying subscribers, according to the publisher
The new show features single-topic global stories created exclusively for Facebook Watch to help the broadcaster figure out what mobile news audiences want
“In most cases, the choice is not between a well-written text by a human journalist, or an automated article produced by a robot. The choice is between a robot text, or no text at all”
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The research from Twipe identified the challenges and advantages of crafting digital-only editions, based on the approach of publishers including Le Monde, Die Welt and The Economist
'We wanted to find out where the opportunity is for people to engage with podcasts and where they would actually prefer to just have the audio by itself'
Insights into mobile storytelling from our latest newsrewired conference
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The Future Today Institute looked at news organisations' attitudes and actions towards the impact of technology on media in the near and distant future
From the archives: What were media types discussing nine years ago and how does it compare to industry conversations today?
After launching the app on Android this month, the team is exploring new features for a second version. Push news editor Adam Pasick explains
As mobile audiences continue to grow, keep an eye on these five trends emerging from research by the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism
Check out this encrypted instant messaging and voice calling app for Android and iOS
The EU Referendum Tracker launched in beta today, delivering live polling data and breaking news alerts
More than 50 per cent of the total national audience at five UK newspapers is mobile-only, a growing percentage
Brianne O'Brien, BuzzFeed News mobile editor, explains what skills are needed in her role, and how it is important to 'make gigantic wonderful mistakes'
This podcast takes a look back at 2015 to identify the technology and movements that have made an impact on news outlets this year, and explore where they could lead to in the next twelve months
Chris Meighan, design director for emerging news products, outlines the key visual elements that make up the Post's digital presence
The Telegraph is the latest outlet to record a majority mobile-only audience, according to the latest NRS report published today
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The Guardian and the Express pass this milestone for the first time, while the Mirror and the Independent continue to grow their mobile-only audience past a 50 per cent share of the total
The Daily Mirror also has the highest number of mobile-only readers in the UK, according to new figures from the the National Readership Survey PADD Mobile report
The platform's latest upgrades focus on mobile news consumption and intuitive navigation
Getting mobile content right can be a challenge, so what formats are Bloomberg and the BBC looking at?
Push notifications are the most direct way to reach an audience, but what's the best way to do it? The latest podcast addresses the issues in the context of apps, WhatsApp and smartwatches
Social media editor Chris Hamilton outlines five BBC formats and projects focused on social and mobile, and explains why they were set up
After years of being dismissed by broadcasters and having 'public service announcements' made against it, vertical video is becoming harder to ignore
Mobile traffic and podcast audiences are up, but desktop visitors still spend longest on-site, according to Pew's annual report
A new platform for news has arrived – but what should publishers keep in mind before sending that first push notification?
Online security should extend to mobile devices as well as your laptop or home computer
These ideas from the SXSW startup competition have the potential to be on every journalist's mobile device
Speakers from last week's Online News Association event in London give their advice for working to mobile
As mobile audiences continue to grow, what are the dos and don'ts of producing videos that people actually want to watch on the move?
Experts from the Guardian, BuzzFeed, the BBC and USA Today shared their thoughts and ideas on mobile best practice at the Online News Association event in London
The Mirror has the biggest mobile readership as a share of net UK audience and a total audience second only to the Daily Mail, according to the latest NRS PADD
Social and mobile have come to dominate how the audience find their news, so is an app still relevant?
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