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  • With print's future in peril, El Pais hones its online editorial strategy
  • 18 maggio 2016 alle ore 08:11
  • Spain’s most-read newspaper, El País, is putting its digital product front and center, as falling circulation figures point to a possible future without print. The paper’s circulation declined 15 percent to 220,000 in the last year, according to Reuters. At the same time, its online audience has been steadily increasing to nearly 16 million, up from 15 million from last year, according to comScore. “The last two years have seen a fundamental change in the way that we digitally distribute news in different ways,” said David Alandete, managing editor at the paper. “We’ll keep a print title for as long as it makes sense to, but online is our future.”
  • We know people read news on their phones
  • 16 maggio 2016 alle ore 08:08
  • People read the news on their smartphones (duh). They will even read longform (to a certain extent). But do these smartphone users prefer getting their news from apps or news sites? What are their news-reading behaviors within different apps? And what else do we know about these news readers?
  • Il ‘Wall Street Journal’ allunga sul ‘New York Times’
  • 13 maggio 2016 alle ore 08:07
  • Il ‘Wall Street Journal’ scava il solco tra sè e il ‘New York Times’. Più del doppio delle copie cartacee diffuse rispetto al rivale e oltre il 20% in più nei week end. Lo rende noto il quotidiano di Rupert Murdoch con un’intera pagina che reca la scritta “widening the gap”, sotto due pile di giornali parallele e proporzionali al numero di copie diffuse, per sottolineare come il margine stia crescendo sempre più.

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