Tagged: New technology

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How the Economist is betting on virtual reality

Lucinda Southern of Digiday writes about how The Economist is betting on virtual reality. Southern writes, “Still, Henry Stuart, co-founder and CEO of agency Visualise, which helped develop The Economist app, told Digiday that from recent confidential...

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Why Quartz now has an app

Valerie Arnould of the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers spoke with  Mia Mabanta, director of marketing and revenue products at Quartz, about its revenue strategy. Here is an excerpt: WAN-IFRA: You decided late to...

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Business news service Cheddar goes behind paywall

A new subscription video-on-demand service for business news service Cheddar priced at $6.99 a month, powered by IAC/InterActiveCorp’s video platform Vimeo, will debut Monday, reports Shalini Ramachandran of The Wall Street Journal. Ramachandran writes, “Mr....

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How Twitter is changing business journalism

Special days labeled with acronyms. Talk of waffle breakfasts together. Constantly conversing through hash tags, quips and gifs. No, this isn’t your local group of sorority girls, but rather a community of journalists working...

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Why Wired is switching to HTTPS

Ricardo Bilton of Nieman Lab writes about Wired magazine’s switch to HTTPS for its website. Bilton writes, “While some smaller publishers have switched over to HTTPS in recent years, the job is far more...