Toutiao, a wildly popular news reader app in China, has recently reached a valuation of $20 billion in last round of $2 billion fundraising. Started by a former software engineer Yiming Zhang in 2012, Toutiao experienced exponential growth for the […]
Widen the scope of the report in a 17,000-islands country. Cheaply.
Want to travel all across the world to attend important events? – NYTimes VR promises to fly you.
In 2015, the New York Times launched its virtual reality app. It proved an instant hit. Where to go from there?
After introducing a “pay wall” to readers in 2011, The New York Times has launched several digital initiatives to grow online readership, and the results are mixed.
The AP is using algorithms to automatically generate news stories from structured data. But can it keep up with where data goes next?
How Snapchat is revolutionizing the way we consume media Within the crowds of any event, it has become the norm to see a barrage of cell phones, serving as the second eyes, aggressively capturing the spectacle that is at hand. […]
Digg's inability to prevent fraudulent voting allowed power users to take control of the site's content and undermined its mission to produce democratized news.
How FT has managed to remain relevant, even as the news becomes commoditized.
Few industries have been disrupted more brutally in the last ten years than the news industry. More people are reading and sharing news stories than ever before, but few of the companies that create those news stories are in a position to capture the value they create. […]