Tag Archives: digital publishing

Digital Deception Redux: Is Fake News a Laughing Matter?

Fake news — nothing new Continue reading

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Zuckerberg and Trump

Presidential politics in the age of Facebook. Continue reading

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(Nearly) Live at SXSW: Is This What the Future of Media Looks Like?

Buzzfeed, Vox execs discuss the future of media companies. Continue reading

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What’s So Native About Native Advertising, Asks the FTC

Native is a form of advertising that the reader doesn’t really think is advertising. Continue reading

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Advertising: The Big Fail

Does any other industry strive to give their audience what they don’t want? No wonder this is blowing up. Continue reading

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The Empowered Audience and How It Changed Publishing, Advertising and Business

As technology revamped accessibility and mobility it also offered choices. It created an empowered audience. Continue reading

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(Nearly) Live at Social Media Week: Has Technology Changed Everything?

New York Times sponsored panel discussion on the impact of technology on storytelling and content. Continue reading

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Digital Deception: Is Fake News a Laughing Matter?

It is not just clickbaiters that use fake news to accomplish their goals. It has also reportedly been a tactic of both the FBI and the Republican Party. Continue reading

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(Nearly) Live at Social Media Week – The Future of Publishing

Content will be created for mobile. Distribution will be through social networks. Monetization will come from native advertising. Is that the future of publishing? Or is that already the state of the state for media properties? Mobile, social and native … Continue reading

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Digital Deception: Wikipedia’s PR Problem

In June of this year a joint statement was issued by 11 PR firms promising to not try to edit Wikipedia articles about their clients without going through “proper channels.” Some of the biggest names in the business were part … Continue reading

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