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The forces behind BuzzFeed’s and Longform’s podcasts are going into business for themselves, with an impressive initial list of clients — including The New York Times.
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Big American and British news companies see India as part of their growth strategies. But local media startups are finding the advantages of knowing the territory.
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A big step forward for news bots, new sharing tools, and Facebook Live goes pro.
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The papers are behind a hard paywall, and their platforms will be updated four times each day to correspond with peaks in readership.
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Have you always wanted to read a book a week for a year or make better, faster-loading maps? Look no further.
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A new report finds wide gaps in how different news outlets are using analytics to drive their editorial strategy: “Analytics can be about more than having a big screen with numbers that go up and down.”
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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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