The New York Times

The New York Times (NYT) is an American daily newspaper, founded and continuously published in New York City since September 18, 1851. It has won 112 Pulitzer Prizes, more than any other news organization. Its website is one of America's most popular news sites, and the most popular among all the nation's newspapers, receiving more than 30 million unique visitors per month as reported in January 2011.The paper's print version remains the largest local metropolitan newspaper in the United States and third-largest newspaper overall, behind The Wall Street Journal and USA Today. Following industry trends, its weekday circulation has fallen to fewer than one million daily since 1990.
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  • Every Generation Z Takeover Story You’ll Be Reading for the Next 10 Years

    … When he was only 14 years old, Duncan Mitchell dropped out of middle school after watching an inspirational episode of Billions on Showtime. “I knew then that there was something more for me,” said Mitchell, now 16 and the CEO of a professional virtual-reality fidget-spinning league. “People in my generation, all they wanna do is dab on some…

    The Content Strategist- 30 readers -
  • An Interview with Gina Bianchini, CEO and Founder of Mighty Networks

    … Networks, which owns HGTV, The Food Network and The Travel Channel. Gina and Mighty Networks have been featured in Fast Company, Bloomberg, Wired, and The New York Times. She has appeared on Charlie Rose, CNBC, and CNN. She grew up in Cupertino, California, graduated with honors from Stanford University, and received her M.B.A from Stanford Business School. Create a Mighty Network for Free! © 2016 DK New Media. …

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blogin Social- 17 readers -
  • Where Did Facebook Fall on the List of Top Election News Sources?

    … Clinton, but the gap was nowhere near as wide: 19 percent cited CNN as their top news source, while MSNBC, Facebook, local television news, NPR, ABC, The New York Times and CBS were all named by between 5 percent and 9 percent of Clinton supporters. 7 percent of Trump supporters said they got their election news from Facebook, along with 8 percent of Clinton supporters. Readers: What was your top source of election news? Image of news on smartphone courtesy of Shutterstock. …

    David Cohen/ Inside Facebookin Social Facebook- 29 readers -
  • 5 Ways Snapchat Spectacles Will Affect Influencer Marketing in 2017

    … of their restaurants using the filter. Campaigns featuring filters will gives brands much more control over the sounds, images and overall quality of the resulting content. Brands will see an uptick in positive PR, earned media through Spectacles influencer content From The New York Times to TechCrunch, the initial reviews for Spectacles have been…

    AllFacebookin Facebook Twitter YouTube- 47 readers -
  • How Your Content Strategy Can Increase Your Social Footprint

    … it’s an article, video or other form of multimedia. Think of what consumers share most within their networks: content that is either entertaining, informative or hits an emotional touch point. A shining example of such a campaign that garnered impressive social engagement was Starbucks’ collaboration with feel-good publisher Upworthy. When…

    AllTwitterin Social Content How To's- 36 readers -
  • Why Publishers Are a Huge Threat to Ad Agencies

    … who get by on political alliances and favors get in the way of good creative getting done.” It’s especially crucial that publishers spawn in-house branded content studios as they face arguably more volatility than all other media industries. T Brand Studio, the custom content unit of The New York Times, started in 2014 with the purpose of creating…

    Aaron Orendorff/ The Content Strategist- 16 readers -
  • Could Social Media Drive Turnout of Young Voters?

    … to vote?” campaign has prompted similar surges in registration this year. The Times added that Facebook also plans to remind users to vote on Election Day, as it has during each election since 2008. With these efforts, it’s clear that social media has immense power to motivate young voters–a group traditionally seen as less engaged with elections…

    AllFacebookin Social Google Facebook Twitter YouTube- 24 readers -
  • Could Facebook Tip the Elections in the Final Countdown?

    … and interacting to boost popularity. Viral content from camp Trump Pew Research Center examined the different approaches to social media campaigning, utilized by the frontrunners. The study revealed that although the Trump and Clinton camps both post with the same frequency, content and public reactions differ enormously. While Clinton uses Facebook to draw…

    AllTwitterin Social Facebook- 24 readers -
  • Thanks to Twitter, Writers Are More Influential Than Publishers

    …. But over time, my habits changed, and not just because Grantland died prematurely (RIP, you are missed). On occasion, I still browse the homepages of Slate, The Atlantic, and New York magazine, but my loyalties have shifted from publishers to writers. Why search for any old cultural opinion when I can seek out Wesley Morris? Why scroll endlessly…

    The Content Strategistin Social- 14 readers -
  • Inside The Washington Post’s Quest to Fix Ad Tech

    … Journal that its millennial-focused site is not using “any programmatic whatsoever,” depending instead on traditional sales tactics. BuzzFeed, meanwhile, relies entirely on native advertising produced in-house. But The Washington Post is taking a different approach. Rather than eschewing ad tech, it’s attempting to build better ad tech, which…

    Dillon Baker/ The Content Strategistin Display- 33 readers -
  • Will Podcasters Abandon Apple?

    … genre filters, a “top charts” section, and curated lists. As with any space growing rapidly, the podcasting arena has seen an energetic crowd of new players rush in ready to experiment and capitalize. Apple still provides for 65 percent of podcast listeners, as John Herrman detailed in a New York Times article from May, but there’s some tension…

    The Content Strategist- 25 readers -
  • Facebook, WhatsApp Face Another Privacy Flap in Germany

    … By David Cohen on Sep. 28, 2016 - 11:00 AM The data protection commissioner in the German city of Hamburg is taking aim at WhatsApp and its parent company, Facebook. Mark Scott of The New York Times reported that Johannes Caspar ordered Facebook to stop collecting and storing data on WhatsApp users in Germany, and to delete all such data…

    David Cohen/ Inside Facebookin Social Facebook- 18 readers -
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