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News Corporation apuesta por una estrategia digital

August 3, 2013


Los medios de la compañía de Rupert Murdoch se están convirtiendo en plataformas para lanzar nuevos productos para smartphones, suscripciones digitales y mercados internacionales. Robert Thomson, director ejecutivo de la compañía, predijo uno o dos años más de transformación y reducción de costes. Declaró al “Financial Times” que los periódicos se están convirtiendo en plataformas. […]

ALERT: New York Times Says Chinese Hackers Broke Into Its Computers

January 31, 2013


Hong Kong (CNN) – The New York Times says that Chinese hackers have carried out sustained attacks on its computer systems, breaking in and stealing the passwords of high-profile reporters and other staff members. According to The Times, one of the biggest and most respected U.S. newspapers, the cyberassaults took place over the past four months, […]

he world’s best paid content market? Only 16% never pay: China,

December 13, 2012


Ofcom :: At least half of the respondents to our research, in each of our comparator countries apart from China, claimed never to pay for digital content online. Digital content includes newspapers, TV programmes, films, e-books, music, and smartphone applications. A third of internet users in China claimed to pay ‘sometimes’ for digital content online, […]

Textbooks round the world – It ain’t necessarily so

October 22, 2012


PARISIANS are in a tizz about capitalism. New Yorkers get stressed about sex. In Seoul and San Antonio, Texas, 11,000km apart, citizens fret about the relationship between humans and apes. What goes into school textbooks—and, even more, what is left out—spurs concern and controversy all over the world. And so it should. Few, if any, […]

New York Times — Hello Sao Paulo! — Expanding Global Strategy

October 19, 2012


FROM Nieman Journalism Lab SAO PAULO — Arthur Sulzberger, the Times publisher, made his first trip to Brazil this week. It was a three-day visit to Sao Paulo, and it had a single big purpose: announcing that, in the second half of 2013, The New York Times will launch a new Portuguese-language website for this […]

NEWS FROM CHINA: Online video news ‘ bullish’

September 11, 2012


China Daily USA By GAO YUAN Outlook comes despite plunging value of shares China’s online news video market could be one of the few “blue oceans” left for Internet portals. The multibillion yuan sector is expected to develop substantially over the next few years, said Li Ya, chief operating officer of Phoenix New Media […]

Un nuevo gigante mediatico ONLINE – START UP

September 4, 2012


Peter Cherning dejó su puesto como jefe de operaciones de News Corp, el conglomerado de empresas de Rupert Murdoch, en 2009. Con la ayuda del magnate australiano, a quien le sigue uniendo su amistad, creó una productora. Ahora se propone expandir el negocio de la mano de otro socio, Jonathan Nelson, para crear un “gigante […]

NPD study: TV-watching on tablets has more than doubled

June 28, 2012


Santa Clara, Calif., June 27, 2012—Use of tablets such as the iPad and Android-based devices by consumers for viewing TV/video content more than doubled in 14 regional markets surveyed, according to the latest Global TV Replacement Study, conducted by NPD DisplaySearch. This growth has occurred in conjunction with increased tablet adoption in these markets. The widespread […]

The wrong approach to Chinese media restrictions By Bob Dietz/CPJ Asia Program Coordinator

June 21, 2012


The Committee to Protect Journalists is watching with concern the progress of H.R. 2899, the Chinese Media Reciprocity Act of 2011, which is under discussion Wednesday in front of the Subcommittee on Immigration Policy and Enforcement. The bill seeks to reduce the number of visas available to journalists (and their families) working in the United […]

Los 10 países donde existe más censura

May 18, 2012


El nuevo análisis del CPJ identifica a Eritrea, Corea del Norte, Siria e Irán como los peores Un vendedor ambulante en Cuba lee el diario oficial Granma, que es controlado por el Partido Comunista al igual que todos los medios nacionales. (AFP) Eritrea Corea del Norte Siria Irán Guinea Ecuatorial Uzbekistán Birmania Arabia Saudita Cuba […]

Chinese Ad Money Moving Quickly From Print To Web

February 6, 2012


Marketers in China are fast moving advertising spend from offline to internet, one of the country’s largest online operators, Sohu (NSDQ: SOHU), said, as it reported record quarterly revenue to its Nasdaq investors. The Charles Zhang-led company, which operates the Sogou search site and Changyou online gaming business, saw Q4 online advertising revenues grow 51 […]

What’s Coming In 2012: Digital Advertising, Up Close And Personal

January 4, 2012


According to figures from ZenithOptimedia, global advertising revenues will reach $486 billion in 2012, a rise of 4.7 percent compared to 2011. With wider economic pressures bearing down on the overall ad market, digital ad spend is still seeing healthy growth: it will account for slightly more than one-fifth of all ad spend, but more […]