NBC News posted a news story that only 6% of the United States trusts the news media. The survey was done by Media Insight Project. It found the biggest component of trust is accuracy and 4 in 10 people had …
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CNBC is unveiling a new show in Europe and Asia called Marketing. Media. Money. The article doesn’t state if this show will eventually appear in the United States. Advertising and marketing have always had some level of interest with the …
This Wall Street Journal article explains how Facebook has decided to work with media companies to help them make money. Many sell sponsored content to advertisers. Now Facebook is allowing the media companies to place that sponsored content on its …
Is it real or a joke? The Washington Posts and New York Times both lament that they have to put up with inane press releases today. The Washington Post has compiled a running list of bad April Fools Day press …
Broadcasting & Cable posted ten media trends for 2016 from comScore. Though some are obvious, others were quite surprising. For example, mobile retail spending will surpass 20% of all retail spending in 2016. Amazon, Hulu and Netflix are in bidding …
Mashable describes how Tribune Publishing is trying a new management model. It is combining the jobs of editor-in-chief and publisher with the business responsibility going to the editor-in-chief who oversees journalism. Two of the country’s largest newspapers Chicago Tribune and …
The United States Soccer Federation chose to announce its rebranding using an unusual public relations tactic … virtual reality. The New York Times explains how the organization decided against the less expensive route of a press conference in favor of …
Digital Media won by a landslide in 2015. Take a look at the numbers that Broadcast and Cable Magazine reports. They are eye-opening. Television remains the most used medium in both traditional and digital media, but it is in a …
Time has a fascinating interview with the head of Google’s virtual reality division. With only a cardboard box, smartphone and a few simple parts, Google has created a headset that will likely lead to a whole array of new media …
Sudden media attention has been drawn to the new social media messaging app Peach. Among the media covering it is Tech Times. Their story describes why, with so many social media apps being used, this one is all the …