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The New York Times saw a 96% loss in profits in Q3 2016. Here are the numbers behind their transition to digital media.
AT&T Is Buying Time Warner Because the Future is Google
The New York Times buying Wirecutter and Sweethome is so much more amazing than you think.
Consolidation is coming to media. ~Thrillist CEO Ben Lerer on the $100 million Discovery investment in Group Nine
theSkimm on how to rapidly grow an audience of engaged millennials: Use wit, keep it brief, and be transparent about what you endorse.
Pew Study: People Read Longer News Stories on Their Phones
Here’s How to Combine Storytelling and Data to Produce Persuasive Content
How Vox Media grew from its roots as an Oakland A’s blog into one of the Internet’s biggest publishers
A Click-Bait Experiment, and the Navel-Gazing Problem that Threatens to Ruin Medium
Why is Playboy giving up nudity?
Welcome to hell: Apple vs. Google vs. Facebook and the slow death of the web...
ViralNova sold for $100 million even though Vice calls it the "Content Farm That's Killing the Internet"
Jean-Louis Gassée Says Human Curation Is Back
Why are the most important people in media reading The Awl?
The Dalai Lama’s Daily Routine and Information Diet
Brit Morin launched her fabulous career by answering a Craigslist ad from Apple; in 2015 Brit + Co is serving 12 million people per month
How 28-year-old Emerson Spartz turned a website he built when he was 12 into a 45 million user media empire featuring Dose and OMGFacts
Pinterest Makes Media Push Targeting Evergreen Content
What If Facebook Actually Paid People For Content?
Facebook absorbs media with Instant Articles
BuzzFeed's 200 million MAU's make it the sixth largest U.S. website. ~The (very) big fight for the small screen, by Erin Griffith, Fortune
Circa: What went wrong
Snapchat, Twitter, and Facebook are at war over the future of content — and one of them tried to buy a media company, by Alyson Shontell
April 2015: Refinery29 raises $50 million, worth $290 million with 25 million monthly unique visitors and 250 employees
I finally figured out what makes Clickbait titles so effective..... : showerthoughts subreddit
Is Created Or Curated Content King? Who Cares, says About.com
Seinfeld Nears Streaming Video Deal, Yada Yada Yada
50 Awesome Resources to Help You Be a Better Writer (and Content Marketer), by Jeff Haden for Inc
Where does BuzzFeed source its content from?
What makes us share? The effortless ability to make something our own.
The Next Internet Is TV - The Awl
How to Read Gawker in 2015
Most Shared Phrases in Buzzfeed Article Titles
King of Clickbait | The New Yorker
Buzzfeed is one model [of self-sustaining Internet content]. Others include Vice, Business Insider, Vox, Re/code, Gawker. ~Chris Dixon
Not Dead Yet: How Some Video Stores Are Thriving in the Age of Netflix
Vox Media Raises $46.5 Million in Round Led By General Atlantic
Lessons from a winning media company that takes no advertising
Publishers and the Smiling Curve | stratechery by Ben Thompson
Comics Retailer Struggles at Comic-Con
‘Snowpiercer’ Hits $3.8 Million on VOD as Weinstein Co. Shakes Up Distribution
How Vice Will Make $500 Million In 2014
'Weird Al' Yankovic Explains the Internet to Fox's Stuart Varney
The 30 most viral stories of 2014 so far are all clickbait.
Inside Pocket: how a startup beat its rivals to build the 'DVR for everything' | The Verge
I Was a Digital Best Seller! - NYTimes.com
Don Draper Wouldn’t Recognise 75% of What We Do | LinkedIn
Upworthy audience reach and business success: Morality, clicktivism, slacktivism, and the engagement ladder.
The Shawshank Residuals
Facebook's Mike Hudack rants about the media: Why won't anybody do something about these shallow viral stories?
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