How Much of the Internet Is Fake? Turns Out, a Lot of It, Actually.
New York Magazine reports: "In late November, the Justice Department unsealed indictments against eight people accused of fleecing advertisers of $36 million in two of the largest digital ad-fraud operations ever uncovered..."
Industry Insiders Make Their 2019 Predictions
Publishers Daily asked a few leaders across digital media and technology to share with their 2019 predictions, ranging from data privacy to 5G to AI. Here’s what they had to say...
"We’ll Stop with the Pivot to Video:" Digiday’s 2019 Editorial Resolutions
"The end of the year is a time for resolutions, for vowing to do better in areas you fell short, -even if you know you’ll probably again come up short." Here are resolutions from the Digiday editorial group.
TIME’s Edward Felsenthal: We’re Seeing a "Drive to Quality"
The news weekly enters 2019 with every advantage: Operating in the black, owned by a benevolent billionaire and ready to expand its events, its video, and its content production. But it also faces advertiser aversion to news, stiff competition and the prospect of going it alone.
“Less Is More”: Curation As a Solution to News Fatigue
Pew Research data from earlier this year found that almost seven-in-ten (68%) Americans have news fatigue. “If you feel like there is too much news and you can’t keep up, you are not alone,” commented Pew Research Center analysts, Jeffrey Gottfried and Michael Barthel on the findings.
Years after Terminal Diagnosis, Baton Rouge Woman Plans Magazine to Help "Empower ... Conquer"
Jae felt strongly that young people needed an outlet to express their creativity and realize their potential in order to combat what she saw as disturbing pressures that damage self-esteem. An original vision of a journal dedicated to teen voices eventually morphed into a magazine produced entirely by and for teens.