Newsonomics: The 2016 Media Year By The Numbers, and A Look Toward 2017

2016 goes down as a memorable year for those in and around the media. Though audience levels have never been higher, the digital transformation burden weighed ever more heavily on news media’s back. Then “the media” saw itself pummeled endlessly ...

Weekend News Readers Phone It In – By The Millions: What It Means That Two-Thirds of Weekend News Consumption Happens On A Mobile Device

Consider it one more step in the evolution of the desktop computer into an archival paperweight. New data shows newsreaders’ use of desktops dips dramatically as soon as they leave their 20-pound work units, and head home for the weekend. About ...

Behind The New York Times’ Surge To 2.5 million Subscribers: Toughening The Facebook Wall Helped.

It’s the 10,000-subscriber-a-day march. As the full meaning of a Donald Trump presidency preoccupies American minds, The New York Times has seen a more-than-tenfold increase in daily subscription sign-ups, far surpassing any other news medium. ...

Newsonomics: The New York Times’ Dean Baquet on Calling Out Lies, Embracing Video, and Building A More Digital Newsroom

How long is two years in editor years?   Leading any daily newspaper in this age is challenging, but leading The New York Times is an exercise unto itself. As the country’s and the world’s most influential newspaper, the Times requires a ...

Newsonomics: Revenge of the Legacies, as Times, Post Pass Buzzfeed, HuffPost in Audience

For the first time in many years, both The New York Times and The Washington Post have passed both Buzzfeed and the Huffington Post in Comscore’s count of monthly digital audience. In July, both legacy news companies’ fast growth propelled them ...