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“The content type is always messages, and that’s always true whether you’re getting the message inside the app or as a notification.”
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“Video is one of the highest priorities we have. We wanted to make it front and center.”
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A Q&A with Quartz publisher Jay Lauf about the business site’s forthcoming app, adblocking, Quartz’s potential sale, and more.
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“We built Quartz to be a new kind of news organization. And part of that is delivering on a rapid cycle of experimentation and new products.”
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It’s one of a number of media companies that are beginning to view Africa as a market, not just a subject of occasional coverage.
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Previously proudly without a homepage, the business site is trying to shift its email success to the web to build loyalty.
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A survey of business executives from Quartz finds that one of the oldest digital formats — the email newsletter — is one of the biggest ways they get news.
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The mobile-first, obsessions-driven business news site from Atlantic Media has a lot of new competition — but it also has some opportunities for growth.
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Content produced by news companies is increasingly being sent down new paths — from the new advertorial to repurposing old archives.
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