Tony Haile's Scroll: 70% of revenue distributed to publishers
Tony Haile was a sandal wearing geek before he became a polar explorer. After many years in the cold, he swapped the fur lined boots for a pair of brogues and found himself at the head of Chartbeat. What’s he going to do next? We managed to track him down and quiz him about his new venture Scroll: why anyone would pay for a premium adblocker and the huge difference between normal news consumers and media addicts.Read full article
Newsrooms should stop falling for all that glitters
In times of digital transition, media enterprises are constantly looking for people with specific technical or managerial skills. But these enterprises cannot neglect the core expertise that all newsrooms require: journalism.Read full article
Margaret Sullivan: Journalists should not give disinformation 'more of a megaphone'
Margaret Sullivan, media columnist for the Washington Post and former public editor of the New York Times, talks about the friction between politicians and journalists, American distrust in the media, and whether it’s the role of journalists to stop the spread of disinformation.Read full article