paidContent 2012: An agenda (& networking) you don’t want to miss
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paidContent Live Re-Run: David Karp on Tumblr in the media landscape

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Tumblr founder and CEO David Karp took part in our recent paidContent Live show earlier this month, and spoke about his company’s evolving role in the media world. In this Q&A with Mathew Ingram, Karp talks about some of the success Tumblr-ers have found on the platform, including the 70...
paidContent Live Re-Run: David Karp on Tumblr in the media landscape

Top jobs of the week in digital media

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It was a busy week at paidContent, as we wrapped up our paidContent Live conference in New York City and took time to speculate about how alternative journalism and social media outlets are affecting real-time news outlets. We’re also keeping tabs on the latest job openings at digital media and...
Top jobs of the week in digital media

Pod-catch-up: Media mistakes, Sproutling and meet the Chrome Show

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In case you missed them, here are the GigaOM Podcasts from last week. More media, more problems and more music on Twitter (Download the Weekly Wrap Up) The internet of things may make parents less worried but more neurotic (Download the Internet of Things show) Introducing the GigaOM Chrome Show...
Pod-catch-up: Media mistakes, Sproutling and meet the Chrome Show

Storyboard Speaks: Laid-Off Tumblr Staffers Discuss David Karp's Decision

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(Photo: Twitter/successmagazine) Earlier this week, Tumblr CEO David Karp took the stage at PaidContent Live for a panel called “Tumblr and the Future of Media.” It was a poignant title considering that one of the topics discussed was Mr. Karp’s recent, rather brusque blog post announcing the end of Storyboard, a high-profile editorial experiment...
Storyboard Speaks: Laid-Off Tumblr Staffers Discuss David Karp's Decision
Tumblr's CEO on killing its editorial team, not monetizing like Google & YouTube

Can brands evolve from digital advertisers to mass communicators?

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Social media advertising is all the rage today, but Jeff Dachis, CEO and founder of marketing consultancy The Dachis Group, questions whether brands are really getting the concept. Inserting what are essentially billboards into people’s Facebook feeds doesn’t count as true engagement, he said Wednesday at GigaOM’s paidContent Live conference...
Can brands evolve from digital advertisers to mass communicators?

The definitive answer of web or apps as the future of mobile content? It depends.

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With a vast array of content types and devices to consume them, publishers still can’t easily decide between using the web or native apps for their wares. Three high profile content providers debated the topic at the paidContent Live 2013 event in New York City on Wednesday and it’s clear...
The definitive answer of web or apps as the future of mobile content? It depends.

Top jobs of the week in tech

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This week, our colleagues over at paidContent are busy gearing up for paidContent Live in New York City. On Wednesday, April 17, more than 40 leaders from the digital media sector will join us onstage for a day of panels, fireside chats, workshops and more. If you can’t join us at...
Top jobs of the week in tech

One-third of the Guardian's readers are American, with US traffic growing 37% last year

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The Guardian’s expansion into the United States is on track, editor-in-chief Alan Rusbridger (see disclosure) said at the paidContent Live conference Wednesday. Rusbridger said that the Guardian’s global audience is about 40 million readers, according to comScore data, with one-third of them in the U.S., one-third in the U.K. and...
One-third of the Guardian's readers are American, with US traffic growing 37% last year

65 percent of Buzzfeed's traffic now comes from mobile devices

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Buzzfeed now sees 65 percent of its traffic coming from mobile devices, according to Kenneth Lerer, chairman of Buzzfeed and Betaworks. “Everything is going to the phone,” Lerer said at GigaOM’s paidContent Live 2013 conference in New York Wednesday. Leerer co-founded the Huffington Post and now serves as managing director...
65 percent of Buzzfeed's traffic now comes from mobile devices
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