Newsquest hardly gets a mention in Gannett's third quarter report

Guardian :: Newsquest, the publisher of 185 newspapers across Britain, gets very little mention in the latest earnings report by its US owner, Gannett.

Read Roy Greenslade, www.theguardian.com

Censored! The journalism they didn't want you to see

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?

Read Andy Bodle, www.theguardian.com

The Guardian, The Telegraph learn the benefits of cooperation to attract digital budgets

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.

Read Chris Smith, digiday.com

Online TV consumption up 388%

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.

Read Staff, Advanced TV, advanced-television.com

Where news audiences fit on the political spectrum

Journalism.co.uk :: A Pew Research Center study based on a representative online survey finds striking differences in news habits along the ideological spectrum.

Read Staff, Pew Research Center, www.journalism.org

Where you get your news depends on where you stand on the issues

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.

Read Justin Ellis, www.niemanlab.org


The Daily Orange Editorial Board: Decision to disinvite photographer was fueled by Ebola hysteria

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.

Read Staff, The Daily Orange Editorial Board, dailyorange.com