Brand Newsrooms

  • Brand Newsrooms Descend Upon Euro 2016

    … be the newsrooms of Sky Sports, ESPN, Guardian, and the BBC on the scene. Brands are bringing their newsrooms, too, and they plan to compete for every second of attention. Adidas, Carlsberg, McDonalds, and Lucozade are just a few of the brands looking to double-down on long- and short-form digital content this year, building on lessons they’ve…

    The Content Strategist- 11 readers -
  • Why being reactive should be part of your strategy

    … Here’s something that’s probably missing from your editorial calendar: Adrenalin. In a traditional newsroom, adrenalin is a part of daily life. It’s one reason why the news game is so addictive. Journalists love rushing around, interviewing people, getting all the facts, filing articles from the field, “crossing live” back to the studio…

    Lush Digital- 6 readers -
  • Our (Other) 10 Favorite Stories of 2014

    …] is like saying that Fox News is a fad or The New York Times is a fad.” Verizon’s SugarString Is Dead. Here’s What It Can Teach Us (by Joe Lazauskas): While the content marketing news arena is often an echo chamber of positivity, I think there’s real value in learning from what didn’t work. Instead of stomping on SugarString, Joe took a story about…

    Jordan Teicher/ The Content Strategistin Content Facebook- 11 readers -
  • ‘Brand Newsrooms’ Stretched For Resources

    … Somewhere behind those ninja turtle-dressed humans and crazy Vines, there’s human mind—or, more likely, multiple human minds—devising and executing a brand’s content strategy. And inside those “brand newsrooms,” they’re feeling stretched thin. OneSpot is out with a new infographic that looks at the size of these quickly-evolving ‘brand newsrooms…

    Gabe Rosenberg/ The Content Strategistin Content- 11 readers -
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