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New York Times experiments with mobile-specific headlines

After 10 months of A/B testing its headlines seriously, the New York Times has started slicing its audience into finer segments, albeit informally. Last week, a story about airlines abandoning their in-flight entertainment systems got two headlines, one of which...
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FT refreshes dashboard to promote archive stories

The new dashboard shows which archive stories are popular with readers. This will, amongst other things, allow the title to promote popular archive stories on social media. Although the dashboard was launched in summer 2016, it was only rolled out...
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The Times Literary Supplement proves longform journalism is still alive

Since Stig Abell became editor of the Times Literary Supplement (TLS) in May 2016, one of his aims has been to expand the title’s digital presence and introduce the weekly literary journal to as many people as possible, whether that’s...
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Are digital publishers on a health-kick?

Digital publishers are caught up in a new health craze. After a years-long pursuit of scaling an audience, many publishers are now launching vertical sites, which has resulted in several dedicated to health and wellness. In the past two months alone,...
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Evening Standard decreases daily print editions

The daily newspaper will only be published once per day. As part of the change, it has been proposed that sub-editors will be made to move to half-days and therefore incur a pay-cut. The changes to the printing pattern were...
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