Today In Publishing
COVID-19 has peeled the layers of leadership down to its essence, reminding leaders to lean on their emotional intelligence.
Today’s publishers are working to survive in a new reality where media consumption is up, but revenues are down. Let’s examine three ways publishers can thrive — not just survive — and prepare for success in the next normal.
It’s time for news publishers to focus on pricing, talent, topics, and quality.
In this episode, we replay a panel discussion from the 2019 FUSE Media Summit. Executives from Brief Media, Industry Dive, and Active Interest Media discuss how data is managed within their organizations and factored into new product development, as well as how they prepared for privacy laws like GDPR and CCPA.
The COVID disruption continues to be a reality, and we don’t have a timeline for when things will return to normal. So, where does that leave B2B publishers who generate a meaningful portion of their revenue from events? Let's explore how publishers are adapting to protect their business model from future disruptions.
The four ingredients of innovation are universal: obsession with consumers, data, creative bravery, and a competitive spirit.
Depending upon which experts you heed, the U.S. Postal Service is either just a few months away from insolvency or it’s in no danger of running out of cash any time soon. The purpose of accounting, one of my favorite professors used to say, is to give people the information they need to make decisions.…
Over the past three years, nonprofit publisher Grist has more than doubled its annual revenue, while investing heavily in editorial talent. In this Q&A, CEO Brady Walkinshaw discusses Grist’s evolving revenue mix, membership growth, and editorial strategy – including how the news outlet is addressing the current pandemic and protests for racial justice through its coverage.
The events business has been hit hard by COVID-19, causing organizations to make decisions to either cancel, postpone, or go virtual.