As Forbes celebrates its 100th birthday on 15 September, president and chief operating officer Michael Federle talks to us about the brand’s legacy and values and how they play into what they plan for the future.
Leveraging the power of artificial intelligence (AI) and big aata strategies throughout the entire value chain should already be central for every media company, warns Martha L. Stone, author, consultant and CEO of the World Newsmedia Network.
With the Echo Dot speaker, featuring the virtual voice personal assistant Alexa, outselling any other product during this year’s Amazon Prime Day sale, many publishers are, yet again, nervous about whether they’re well equipped to deal with another digital revolution - in this case the take off of voice user interfaces (VUI's).
From Brexit in the UK through to Trump in the US the last eighteen months have been an era characterised by political uncertainty. Yet the recasting of the political map has ironically enough been rather good news for current affairs focused newspapers and magazines, with broadsheet newspapers reporting soaring subscriptions and booming memberships schemes.
In this week's episode of Media Voices, Peter travels to Cape Town and interviews Deutche Welle's Esra Doğramacı to find out how the German public broadcaster is approaching digital video. And in the news round-up, we discuss BuzzFeed turning on banner ads, The Atlantic launching a 'supplement' for diehard fans and the Yellow Pages going out of print.
Atlantic is introducing The Masthead, a premium membership that delivers exclusive stories, insights, and analysis from The Atlantic’s journalists and thinkers—built on a direct relationship with members.
Time Inc. announced that it launched a new video series for Watch, Facebook’s new platform for shows and videos. «Homemade vs. The Internet» is now available on the new Watch surface on Facebook and on mobile, desktop and Facebook’s TV apps. The first season of "Homemade vs. The Internet» will run for five episodes, with a new episode airing each Sunday.
In the first half of 2017 there were close to 16 monthly app launches per user on average worldwide. According to data analysis firm Localytics, the most used apps are in the social media category. The second best performing type of apps were in the media and entertainment segment.