Launching a news publication online is the easy part. Paying the bills and surviving for several years is more challenging.
Local newspapers are using the Impreshin platform to manage content and advertising without investing in expensive information systems.
Now that social networks like Facebook and Twitter get nearly three-fourths of their traffic from mobile devices, digital media publishers who optimize for mobile can see growth from social media.
Why conventional thinking about web traffic and engagement is wrong
With traditional advertising no longer a sustainable business model, news outlets are experimenting with alternatives. A new one is on the rise: data as revenue.
Live-blogging for breaking news, deciphering the role of the social media editor, advertising for local news and more from this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.
Laura Lorek's SiliconHillsNews raised money on Kickstarter to publish a print magazine to hand out at one of the most tech-savvy conferences on the planet.
The year of mobile has finally arrived. Here are some numbers that should prompt digital media publishers to look at their mobile strategies and take action.
To raise money for operations, a growing number of news organizations ask people in the audience to become paying members. Here is how one successful nonprofit news outlet increased its membership.
Ezra Klein's departure from the Washington Post for Vox Media is just the latest in a string of changes that illustrate the rise of the journalist as a brand.
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