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We’re seeing what publishers have decided to implement on their websites as of May 25 — whether they’ve decided to block European Union and European Economic Area-based traffic outright, set up buckets of consent for readers to click through, or done something simpler (or nothing new at all).
“Nothing has been better for alt-right trolling (whatever that word even means) than establishment journalism.”
“Our goal is a newscast that is complementary to the commercial news”: Think important local issues, not car crashes and sports scores.
With its new verticals Abacus and Inkstone and another on the way, the century-old newspaper is trying to use Alibaba money to build products that both reach a global audience and feel mobile-native.
The startup maintains a network of about 30,000 videographers to help source roughly 1,500 videos a day.
“It’s a great question because I don’t think we’re suddenly going to come up with some great gimmick and Millennials are going to flock to their TV to watch traditional newscasts.”
Across 11 countries studied, 41 percent of bylines were male, 23 percent female.
“Attitudes about newsroom collaboration are improving but it can feel like an uphill push sometimes.”
“We weren’t sure how they would work out initially — the format sounded a little analog to us…As we’ve continued to do them, we noticed momentum building.”