Media Pitch

Media Pitch is a guest blog that showcases emerging media technology startups. The blog provides startups with an opportunity to demonstrate their unique solutions and discuss the important trends that are shaping the media industry. The goal of the blog is to keep our readers informed of the latest technological innovation driving the media business forward. If you are interested in contributing to Media Pitch, read the submission guidelines here.

Denis Wilson is the content director for Target Marketing, Publishing Executive, and Book Business, as well as the FUSE Media and BRAND United summits. In this role, he analyzes and reports on the fundamental changes affecting the media and marketing industries and aims to serve content-driven businesses with practical and strategic insight. As a writer, Denis’ work has been published by Fast Company, Rolling Stone, Fortune, and The New York Times.

Ciprian Borodescu is co-founder & CEO at Appticles.com - a platform that helps small and medium publishers to package their existing content into cross-platform mobile and tablet applications that run directly in the browser (no App Stores involved).

In pursuit of reader revenue, many publishers are creating subscription products tailored to reader interests. Subtext, a texting platform formerly known as Project Text, opens a personal channel of communication between content creators and readers to help publishers convert subscribers and foster their loyalty. …

If you follow any freelance journalists on Twitter, you’ve heard what a headache invoicing processes can be – and how frustrating it is not to be paid for your work in a timely manner. As publishers rely more on freelancers and less on in-house content creators, it’s increasingly important to have a seamless system in…

Now that over-the-top video is mainstream – with 52% of US adults using OTT services – marketers are rapidly shifting dollars to reach eyeballs on connected TV screens. As demand for inventory in the OTT advertising ecosystem increases, so does the rate of ad fraud. MadHive, an…

Media companies are increasingly turning to subscriptions and membership products to rely more on readers and less on advertising revenue. And with ever-tightening browser privacy controls and data regulation, publishers' first-party data is becoming more valuable than ever. Enter Pico, a platform seeking to equip publishers with the tools to improve user experience, increase email…

Cryptomining may be the latest method for publishers to tap into new online revenue. Mining involves verifying cryptocurrency transactions by cracking the blockchain code associated with those transactions. When the miner successfully verifies a transaction, he earns cryptocurrency. Gath3r, a technology startup founded in 2018, has made cryptomining a monetization vehicle for publishers. By using…

Ad blockers have grown into a massive problem for online publishers. Some analysts estimate that by 2020, publishers will lose nearly $75 billion annually to ad blockers. This movement is fueled by users’ exasperation with intrusive ad experiences and growing privacy concerns. Despite user backlash, online advertising is not going the way of the dodo,…

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