My article, titled "Paying attention to attention: A conceptual framework for studying news reader revenue models related to platforms" has been published in Digital Journalism journal. The journal is peer reviewed, high-quality academic journal which is among top ten academic journals in the field of communication studies (ranked 9th in Scimago ratings). I was invited to write … Continue reading Paying attention to attention – conceptual article
My new report How News Media Wins in Attention Economy was published by International News Media Association (INMA) in April, 2019. It covers issues such as Platform dependency. Platform attention revenue. The value of attention. Costs of acquiring and retaining attention. INMA CEO Earl J. Wilkinson says about the report: “The report raises as many questions … Continue reading A new report for INMA
News companies are making a mistake by continuing distribute their content on Facebook. My new report: Google, Facebook and New Zealand news media: The problem of platform dependency found that a quarter of New Zealand news companies website traffic came from Facebook, and 53% from Google and social media platforms. The report finds that news companies have trapped … Continue reading News companies Facebook news distribution a mistake
On June 22, I presented an empirical paper at the IAMCR conference in Eugene, Oregon (US). The paper is about news companies Facebook dependency, and it is available here. The study is based on examination of news companies social shares, social media traffic sources and revenue. Some of the key findings include: Facebook offers very … Continue reading Why are news companies on Facebook?