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Twenty-Somethings Share What Would Get Them to Pay for News
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Twenty-Somethings Share What Would Get Them to Pay for News

Findings from qualitative and quantitative research from the News Media Alliance indicate that there are opportunities for news outlets – especially local news outlets – ... Read More
The Key to Gen Z: Insights and Ideas to Build Lasting Relationships
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The Key to Gen Z: Insights and Ideas to Build Lasting Relationships

The Key to Gen Z report includes insightful findings, stats and compelling profiles that can help the news media industry understand what is important to ... Read More
A Clarion Call
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A Clarion Call

A new study released this week suggests that the current ad-tech ecosystem is not only detrimental to publishers, but it harms all involved in it ... Read More
Report: Connecting the Dots: Digital Subscriptions - Media Subscribers' Motivations & Preferences
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Report: Connecting the Dots: Digital Subscriptions – Media Subscribers’ Motivations & Preferences

In this installment of the Driving Digital Subscriptions series, we provide in-depth findings from a new study of media subscribers, including print and digital news ... Read More
New Study Reveals Connection between Entertainment, News Media Subscriptions
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New Study Reveals Connection between Entertainment, News Media Subscriptions

A study conducted by researchers at University of Minnesota’s Hubbard School of Journalism and Mass Communication in cooperation with the News Media Alliance and the ... Read More
News Media Offer Brand Safe Alternative for Advertisers to Ad Tech
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News Media Offer Brand Safe Alternative for Advertisers to Ad Tech

With the rise of digital and programmatic ad buying, brand safety risks have increased, as has advertiser awareness of ad placement ... Read More
A Return to Contextual Advertising?
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A Return to Contextual Advertising?

With the onset of digital media and subsequent migration to digital marketing, concerns regarding personal data privacy have spurred new protective regulations for consumers. As ... Read More
Study: Changes in Journalists' Perception of their Audience with Advances in Demographic, Behavior Tracking Technology
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Study: Changes in Journalists’ Perception of their Audience with Advances in Demographic, Behavior Tracking Technology

In a recent study published in Columbia Journalism Review, James G. Robinson, adjunct professor and research fellow at Columbia University’s School of Journalism and Director, ... Read More
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