Guardian :: Newsquest, the publisher of 185 newspapers across Britain, gets very little mention in the latest earnings report by its US owner, Gannett.
Guardian :: There’s an endless appetite among film buffs for the contents of the cutting-room floor. We’re forever being offered outtakes and alternative endings and “director’s cuts” of movies. But what do newspaper editors excise from raw copy destined for the printed page?
Digiday :: The Guardian and The Telegraph are setting aside their rivalry to produce a tool advertisers can use to plan campaigns across both their print and digital properites.
Advanced TV :: Key findings of the Adobe Digital Index report show that more people watched more TV online than ever before. TV consumption across devices grew 388 per cent year-over-year (YoY) and programmers saw broader use as unique monthly viewers increased by 146 per cent YoY across browsers and TV apps.
Journalism.co.uk :: A Pew Research Center study based on a representative online survey finds striking differences in news habits along the ideological spectrum.
Nieman Lab :: Strong liberals and strong conservatives disagree on an awful lot — but there are a lot of ways they’re more like each other than they are like those closer to the middle.
The Daily Orange :: The majority of The Daily Orange Editorial Board disagrees with S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications’ decision to disinvite a Pulitzer Prize winning photographer from its 2014 Fall Workshop. The school gave in to the hysteria surrounding Ebola and disinviting the photographer reflects poorly on Newhouse.