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Two years ago, Die Welt restructured its newsroom, aiming to transform into a premium subscriber-based digital brand. Now it’s trying to integrate a TV station under a similar model.
The proportion of those who use smartphones to access news is high in Poland and urban areas in Turkey, but lower in the Czech Republic and Portugal.
“We didn’t want to alienate core loyal readers with sudden content for younger audiences. So we started a whole other product to cater to young people where we can try new things, ‘move fast, and break stuff.'”
On top of its collaborations with big media partners, the one-year-old investigative newsroom holds freedom-of-information request trainings and live events, and it published a graphic novel.
The new CORRECT!V is trying to find a place for foundation-supported media in Europe’s largest economy.
In the Netherlands and in Germany, two closely watched startups have gone to readers to pay the bills. What lessons from there can be applied elsewhere?
A survey across 10 countries find some things in common (Facebook’s everywhere) and some divergence (Finns dig Google Plus).
A few years ago, the idea of a World After Advertising seemed odd for newspapers. Today, it seems like a rapidly approaching reality.
The United States isn’t the only place where mainstay newspaper companies are realizing it’s time to reduce their reliance on print. One recent deal in Germany has gotten the nation’s media circles buzzing.
Brazilians and Americans like to talk about the news online, apparently. Germans and Brits keep to themselves.