Tuesday, September 9, 2014
Sports Illustrated Introduces "SI Wire," Plans Dozens of Videos Daily
Sports Illustrated is adding to its video roster with the introduction today of "SI Wire," an editorial franchise that aims to produce dozens of 30- to 60-second video dispatches each day.
Esquire Sets Up Paywall to Benefit James Foley Memorial Fund
Esquire is placing its “Falling Man” piece — about AP photographer Richard Drew’s image of an unidentified man falling from the World Trade Center during the 9/11 attacks — behind a paywall to benefit the James Foley Memorial Fund.
Men’s Health Selling Native Ads Direct with Sharethrough
“With Men’s Health specifically, we’ve reached a threshold where more than half of traffic is coming from mobile. We needed more unique ways to create mobile for our partners, not just the standard 300 x 250,” said Cory Rotkel, national digital ad director at Men’s Health publisher Rodale Inc.
Facebook Drops Hints That It’s Eyeing Content Recommendation
Facebook’s Value Tops $200 Billion on Mobile-Ad Optimism
Twitter Investigating Islamic State Death Threats Against Employees
More on: WSJ Media Editor Martin Peers Moves to The Information
Advertising Agencies Are Dying, Just As They Become Most Vital
How the Digital Revolution Can Fix Scientific Publishing and Speed Up Discoveries
How U.S. Consumers Define Brand Loyalty – and What Drives It
Nielsen: Viewers' Attention Shifting from TV to Video
5 charts: The Shifting Landscape of Digital Video Consumption
45% of Agency Clients Plan More Digital Video Advertising
Content's Growing Pains Look A Lot Like Social Media Marketing's
What Would Prompt Consumers to Engage More in Social Commerce?
Where Do Digital Channels Have Most of Their Impact on the Path to Purchase?
Summer might be winding down, but you'd never guess it from this sunny set of songs. Our September top 10 list kicks off with a remix of Calvin Harris' ode to the warmest season, and the playlist continues to heat up from there.