Browsing All posts tagged under »Mobile«

n Burma, newspapers are going daily, but the transformation to watch may be in mobile

March 22, 2013


By Sam Petulla For the last 50 years, Myanmar’s journalists have fled to the Thai and Indian borders, where they provided some of the only insights available to anyone — Burmese inside the country and outside observers alike — into the brutal actions of their government. Some were driven outward in patterns flowing from their ethnic […]

2013: Why Paywalls Now? By KEN DOCTOR

March 7, 2013


Though it’s spring training season, forget Moneyball — think Paywall. The money now flowing into newspaper companies due to paywalls is getting to be seriously countable. For the New York Times Company, the circulation revenue increase amounted to $63 million in 2012. For Gannett, which installed its metered systems throughout the year, overall circulation revenue […]

Rob Grimshaw talks mobile and the FT’s biggest challenge yet

November 14, 2012


or the Financial Times, any debate surrounding print versus digital has moved on, and the 124 year old newspaper brand expects to be primarily a digital mobile experience by the time of the next Olympics, according to’s leader, Rob Grimshaw. Media Week reports.     No looking back for Grimshaw, the future is mobile […]

FT expected to be primarily a digital mobile product by 2016

November 14, 2012


The Financial Times, having spent the vast majority of the last 124 years as a printed business newspaper, will soon mainly be consumed on smartphones and tablets, according to digital leader Rob Grimshaw. The managing director of called the shift to mobile “bigger in magnitude than the switch from print to desktop”, and added […]

Digital news: Blogs vs PRO

August 30, 2012


by Jeff Sonderman PublishedAug. 29, 2012 11:15 am Reynolds Journalism Institute The public’s trust in the institution of the press may be fading, and digital platforms have opened the publishing world to anyone with a desire to speak, but it seems professional journalists themselves are not seen as obsolete. More than 60 percent of U.S. […]

Most Tablet Users Have Purchased Subscription Content, Ad-Supported Content Gaining Popularity

June 25, 2012


A new study by the Online Publishers Association has found that 61% of tablet users have purchased some type of content on their devices in the past year, whether it be a movie, book or news subscription. Of those, 39% have bought either a magazine subscription or a single issue of a magazine in the […]

Paywall Times: App da Folha bate seu recorde de audiência em maio

June 3, 2012


Com modelo único no Brasil, versão do jornal para tablets e celulares foi acessada por 318 mil usuários Líder entre os jornais, site da Folha quebra de novo seu recorde de audiência, com 242 mi de páginas vistas no mês O aplicativo da Folha para tablets e celulares teve em maio a maior audiência desde […]