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Why is an Indiana death reported in a Maine newspaper?

It is hard to say why some items get picked up by newspapers while others don’t. 136 more words


Headlines can distort the story!

Mug Shots of Spies?

Look closer.

How would you like to be the guy running for the school board?

I wrote about Advertisement placement and I guess that also applies to headlines. 15 more words


How Black Friday was reported by the regional press

So, how was Black Friday for you?

By my reckoning, last year was the first year Black Friday was bothered with by a significant number of big stores in the UK, mirroring the traditional sales frenzy seen in America on the day after Thanksgiving. 242 more words


A New Print Paper? The IndyRef Fallout Continues

My first post here was about trust in the media, and the shifting of the media landscape in the aftermath of the Scottish referendum. In it, I mentioned the fact that not a single major media outlet in Scotland backed the independence campaign, despite almost 45% of the population of the country eventually voting in favour of that outcome in the referendum. 745 more words


The complexities of measuring newspapers in the digital age

This is a piece I wrote for The Media Briefing about the Media Research Group conference that I attended in Berlin.

Last week the Media Research Group held their annual conference in Berlin.  1,095 more words


Newspapers Digital First News Summary-11/7/14

Newspapers are maximizing the opportunities within their print audiences while growing digital audiences and engagement to develop a sustainable model for the future. See how newspapers are meeting that challenge including the story-  424 more words