Elle, for example, has started publishing in-depth features, such as their year long report titled ‘The Warriors’ which tells the stories of women around the globe fighting for their rights; this report also headlines the website.
Google is launching a Voice-Driven Version of Google News for Smart Speakers and Phones
The company has spent the past year working with around 130 publishers to build a prototype of a news radio station that customers can control — using voice to skip stories, go back, or stop and dive further into a given topic.
Australia Looks to Rein in Power of Facebook and Google
Regulator says tech companies’ opaqueness could warrant establishment of a watchdog to ensure they aren’t abusing power
‘GDPR is not done’: Confessions of a Publisher Programmatic Director
"We knew GDPR would happen well in advance but not the shape it would take. So no one in the industry took a stand in tackling it."
Europe's Digital Publishers Face Ad Woes
Competition is intense in European online news, and several high-profile publications closed in the past year. BuzzFeed France, which had a slim staff of 12 people, shut down amid a broader company restructuring.
The Brightest Minds in Magazine Media Celebrated at the Folio: 100
Recognizing magazine media's thought leaders, trendsetters and newsmakers.