The New York Times has used digital innovation to maintain its quality and reached new subscription highs despite significant headwinds in the newspaper industry.
When is the last time you read, or even came across, a copy of a local newspaper? Local journalism is dying in front of us, and Wall Street vultures are watching.
Widen the scope of the report in a 17,000-islands country. Cheaply.
Amidst a digital transformation, The New York Times recognizes data’s value in a digital-first world.
Statistics junkie Nate Silver uses data to predict everything from internet slang to Oscar winners to the US Presidential election.
In 2017, the Dutch online newspaper “De Correspondent” reached a new milestone: 50,000 paying members1. Even though only 4 years old, the new venture is already rivaling the biggest newspapers in digital users5. Their secret? Building and sustaining an active, constructive and curious member base.
"The most shareable breaking news, original reporting, entertainment, and video" or making journalism stupider and stupider?