Digital advertising is all about technology in 2013, and you’ll see lots of talk of the ad-tech stack, and who owns it. Google, of course, owns much of it, through its successive AdWords/Doubleclick/AdMob and more creations, acquisitions and integrations. Its stack is so efficient that many publishers feel compelled to use it, though they are […]

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For news organizations, Instagram isn’t just about pretty pictures. It’s about the people they’re interacting with and the stories behind the images. “Instagram is so immediate and intimate that it creates this close connection with the user,” said Cory Haik, executive producer for digital news at The Washington Post. The Post uses Instagram to share […]

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When Adda Birnir joined the first class of the new entrepreneurial journalism program at the City University of New York in 2012, she thought she had a great idea for a new business: creating software that could optimize web content for a tablet. Four months later, Birnir launched her company, and it continues to this […]

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Twitter is readying itself to emerge as a true news operation organization. Globally jobs in traditional journalism are becoming  fewer and fewer, but just about a few days back an ultimate job was posted. According to a report by Michael Wolff in The Guardian, Twitter, fast becoming the basic source, tool, and distribution point in […]

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