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  • The Rundown: Digital publishing’s crash landing

    … We are finishing up our eighth issue of Digiday Magazine, which you’ll get before the holidays. In this week’s Rundown, we look at reasons Facebook and Google will be constrained in 2018, Wired’s play for digital subscriptions and Facebook Watch’s stumbling start. Back to basics The platforms fever is slowly breaking. The fire sale of Mashable…

    Brian Morrissey/ Digiday- 19 readers -
  • The Rundown: Publishers are coming to terms with the duopoly

    … This week’s Rundown covers publishers’ acceptance of Facebook and Google’s dominance, unanswered questions surrounding Facebook’s subscriptions push and BuzzFeed’s pivot to TV and movies. Publishers are coming to terms with the duopoly If publishers are in the stages of grieving over the domination Google and Facebook have established over…

    Brian Morrissey/ Digiday- 11 readers -
  • The Rundown: Amazon runs up against a culture wall

    … Amazon is making serious moves in advertising — that much is clear. Its latest move is the announcement of 2,000 more jobs, mostly in the ad team, in New York City, a clear sign of how much it needs to cozy up to Madison Avenue executives. There’s no doubt Amazon has the goods: It has the data, the targeting and has serious muscle…

    Shareen Pathak/ Digiday- 20 readers -
  • The Rundown: Facebook’s long road to TV

    … In this week’s Rundown, we focus on Facebook’s video forays and how it’s not yet much of a threat to take TV budgets. Facebook’s attention problem For Facebook’s next phase of growth, the platform will need to crack TV ad budgets. Cue the pivot to video. But Facebook’s first pivot to video, inserting videos into its News Feed, succeeded…

    Brian Morrissey/ Digiday- 15 readers -
  • The Rundown: Publishers confront a user-experience crisis

    … This week’s Rundown has reports from the Digiday Publishing Summit and the trenches of Advertising Week. Publishers confront a user-experience crisis This week, we hosted 400-plus publishers and tech companies in Key Biscayne, Florida, for the Digiday Publishing Summit. Throughout three days of town halls, working groups and sessions, several…

    Brian Morrissey/ Digiday- 14 readers -
  • The Rundown: Reality check for publishing

    … We have closed the new issue of Digiday magazine. Expect to receive it in a few weeks. You’ll get a PDF copy next week. Here’s what we’re tracking this week. Reality check for publishing For the past two days, we have hosted 25 top publishing executives as part of our Moguls event in Miami. The event focused on giving executives space to think…

    Brian Morrissey/ Digiday- 14 readers -
  • Introducing Digiday magazine: The Big Ideas issue

    … We are closing our seventh issue of Digiday magazine. The fall issue is focused on “big ideas,” with our writers pursuing big ideas that can change media and marketing. One theme kept standing out: Amazon. It used to be that Google would come up repeatedly in any discussion for its potential to upend [fill in the business here]. Nowadays, you’re…

    Brian Morrissey/ Digidayin Social- 16 readers -
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