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(Kevin Anderson, manager, digital products and platforms at ideastream Public Media. Innovation leader focused on digital transformation and product. Priors at the BBC, The Guardian and Gannett.)
Everything publishers need to know about Apple's latest. News Corp in Oz axes journos without digital skills. Digital ad fraud hits $23bn. Public radio station unveils reporter missions statements. Global and Mail picks up Facebook political ad project
Apple just finished the annual keynote event at its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), the two hours each year when Apple tells us the most about what's coming up on the platforms that power iPhones, iPads, Macs, Apple Watches, and Apple TVs.
Mr AndersonMT @jbenton: Journalists! News publishers! I watched the Apple #WWDC19 keynote so you don't have to and distilled all the important stuff for people in the publishing industry,
World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers Your Guide to the Changing Media Landscape The 50:50 project aims to drive change within the BBC, pushing for an equal number of male and female expert contributors across its airwaves The BBC's…
Mr AndersonRT @zjmurphy: BBC initiative for gender equality on the airwaves - My brilliant colleague @NinaTheScoop spoke @NewspaperWorld about the motivation and successes. Could your team be next to sign up to 50:50?
News Corp staff will be hit by a widespread round of targeted redundancies, including 55 journalists, within days. Executive chairman Michael Miller has warned publicly that long-term employees without digital skills would be leaving the company.
Engagement at KPCC
– Jun 3, 2019, 6:09 AM
I started as an editor in this newsroom a little more than a year ago, and it's been inspiring to work alongside journalists committed to public service. That mission is at the core of everything we do. It permeates how we talk about stories. It's…
Mr AndersonRT @AshleyAlvarado: Today @KPCC debuts its reporter mission statements. I invite you to check out the mission statements and more in this new post from managing editor @garveymcvg
Chartbeat has immersed itself in research around reader revenue and subscription models this year. This work has taken various forms including data analysis, comparing historical trends, and distilling insights from past use cases. However, we've…
Mr Anderson'Time is a scarce resource, so spending less of it on tracking and interpreting conversions for multiple stakeholders also means publishers can focus more time on improving their core products.'
Digital The report by by cybersecurity company Cheq stands in stark contrast to other estimates that ad fraud will cost advertisers $5.8 billion in 2019, down from $6.5 billion in 2017 A new report released Monday by cybersecurity company Cheq says…
Mr AndersonRT @profcarroll: Lobbyists working to weaken data privacy bills in statehouses and on the Hill are defending a corrupt and fraudulent business model incapable of preventing tens of billions of dollars from being stolen by bad guys.
The Globe and Mail
– Jun 2, 2019, 6:22 PM
With the federal election fast approaching, The Globe and Mail is taking over a global project that monitors and catalogues political advertising on Facebook. Using the tool, Facebook users can see the political ads others have come across. Ads…
Mr AndersonRT @mattfrehner: Pleased to report that @globeandmail has worked with @propublica to relaunch the Facebook Political Ad Collector - a critical tool for advertising transparency in the lead up to the federal election in the fall. #cdnpoli
JSK Class of 2019
– May 28, 2019, 7:21 PM
When I arrived at Stanford last September as a John S. Knight Journalism Fellow, I was concerned about the increasing polarization and fragmentation of the media landscape. My assumption was that the new paradigm of the subscription model…
Mr AndersonRT @JSKstanford: 'We, as journalists, have to be proactive to close the rising gap between us and readers.' Three takeaways from current Fellow @cecileprieur on reconnecting journalism with a broader audience.
German publishing giant Axel Springer has increased its stake in the UK-based digital real estate platform Purplebricks to 26.6 percent by acquiring €49 million worth of stock “from various founding shareholders” at £1…
Total time spent with media has stalled in the US, with declines in time spent with TV and other traditional media being offset by increases in time spent with digital media. In 2019, time spent with media by US adults will average 12 hours, 9…
Mr Anderson'Total time spent with media has stalled in the US, with declines in time spent with TV and other traditional media being offset by increases in time spent with digital media.'