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  • Radcliffe, Damian (What's New in Publishing, 2019)
    Este informe se divide entre seis capítulos que presenta los generadores de ingresos principales para editores: muros de pago, suscripciones, publicidad, libres de anuncios, eventos, y e-commerce. Se acaba por mirar a ...
  • Radcliffe, Damian (What's New in Publishing, 2019-04)
    This report is divided into six chapters outlining the main revenue drivers for publishers: paywalls, subscriptions, advertising, ad-free models, events, and ecommerce. It finishers with a look at the new emerging revenue ...
  • Radcliffe, Damian (What's New In Publishing, 2021-11-17)
    Newly revised for 2021, this report is an essential, exhaustive look at the multiple revenue opportunities available to publishers today, from new ideas to existing strategies. Topics include: Subscriptions, paywalls, and ...
  • Hellwarth, Grace (University of Oregon, 2021)
    Journalists are becoming increasingly aware that they need to build relationships with the communities they serve. This paper explores the current discourses around community engagement, addresses challenges to this topic, ...
  • Radcliffe, Damian (What's New In Publishing, 2022-02-18)
    The eCommerce bump witnessed over the last two years looks set to be a revenue trend that will only grow in importance for publishers. According to Group M, by 2024 retail-focused eCommerce will amount to $7 trillion in ...
  • Radcliffe, Damian; Abuhmaid, Hadil (New Media Academy, 2021-03)
    This report is the ninth in an annual series of publications, dating back to 2012, showcasing the latest developments in social media across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. This year’s study is produced ...
  • Radcliffe, Damian (Thomson Reuters Foundation, 2021)
    This report explores the untold story of how the COVID crisis has impacted on journalists – and journalism - in Emerging Economies and the Global South. It’s a story told not only through the insights of industry leaders, ...
  • Radcliffe, Damian; Wallace, Ryan (Tow Center for Digital Journalism at Columbia's Graduate School of Journalism, 2022-01-04)
    The observations in this report are based on an online survey conducted between Tuesday, August 4, 2020 and Tuesday, September 8, 2020. We received 324 eligible responses from a mix of editors, reporters, publishers, ...
  • Radcliffe, Damian (University of Oregon, 2017-09)
    Strong, effective, local journalism is essential for the health of the wider media ecosystem and in ensuring that the information needs of communities are met. But this sector has faced multiple challenges in recent years ...
  • Radcliffe, Damian (What's New in Publishing, 2019)
    Selling products related to publisher activities is nothing new. But over recent years, the breadth, range, and scope of eCommerce opportunities available to publishers has expanded greatly. This report looks in-depth ...
  • Radcliffe, Damian (What's New In Publishing, 2020-06)
    The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically affected most industries, including the publishing and media sectors. Arguably, the advertising downturn associated with the pandemic makes it clearer than ever that companies need ...
  • Radcliffe, Damian (What's New In Publishing, 2020)
    This free-to-download report brings together the best examples of how media organisations have risen to meet the challenges of COVID-19. It looks at a range of tips and tactics to help all kinds of publishers, from ...
  • Radcliffe, Damian; Powers, Alex; Alvarez, Destiny (Agora Journalism Center, University of Oregon, 2019)
    In this report you will be able to read how newsrooms are adapting to address the realities of the journalism industry in 2019. Their experiences, and the solutions they are deploying, are not unique to the Pacific ...
  • Radcliffe, Damian; Abuhmaid, Hadil (2020-01-11)
    This report is the eighth in an annual series of publications, dating back to 2012, designed to share the latest stories, trends and research in social media usage from across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). Using ...
  • Radcliffe, Damian (University of Oregon, 2016-01)
    This report is the fourth in a series of annual reports designed to capture some of the key developments in the world of social media -¬ within the Middle East -¬ during the past twelve months. Interest in this field, which ...
  • Radcliffe, Damian (University of Oregon, 2016-12)
    This report is the fifth in a series of annual reports which captures key developments and data related to usage of social media in the Middle East. The past year has seen the continued growth of visual-led social ...
  • Radcliffe, Damian; Lam, Amanda (University of Oregon, 2018-02)
    This report is the six in a series of annual reports which captures key developments and data related to usage of social media in the Middle East. The past year has seen the continued growth of visual-led social networks, ...
  • Radcliffe, Damian; Bruni, Payton (2019-01)
    This report is the seventh in an annual series of publications showcasing the latest developments, trends and research in social media usage across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). Using a wide variety of academic, ...
  • Radcliffe, Damian (The Center for Media, Data and Society (CMDS), 2021-10)
    It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a media company in possession of a good fortune (an audience, brand recognition and decent revenues), must (still) be in want of innovation. The pace of change in our industry ...

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