Axel Springer's Upday scales across Europe, newspaper print readership dwarfs digital & £90 million losses expected for Guardian: this week in media

Axel Springer's Upday scales across Europe, newspaper print readership dwarfs digital & £90 million losses expected for Guardian: this week in media

Axel Springer expands pan-European Upday news service

Axel Springer is set to expand its mobile news service Upday from four to 16 countries in Europe this year, as the German media group accelerates its shift into digital publishing.  Read more in the FT here >>

Newspaper readers still spend 90% of their time with print

Research from the University of Munich indicates that UK newspaper readers spend 90% of their time with print, dwarfing time spent on digital.  Read more on NiemanLab here >>

Guardian expects £90m loss as paying members hits 200,000

Good news / bad news for the Guardian this week, as paying members surge to 200,000 whilst yearly losses are estimated at £90 million. Read more on Press Gazette here >>

UK government launches investigation into Fake News

Culture, media and sport committee is to seek a definition and investigate how BBC might help to stop spread of false stories - led by MP Damian Collins.  Read more on Guardian here >>

Bild and Ringier Axel Springer launch new German life-style portal

Popular Central European life-style portal NOIZZ is to launch into Germany via a partnership between Bild and Ringier Axel Springer  Read more on Press Portal here >>
 

How mobile app ‘Pie’ is making 360 video more accessible for news organisations

How mobile app ‘Pie’ is making 360 video more accessible for news organisations

Under the hood of one of the biggest comment platforms on the net - outside of Twitter and Facebook

Under the hood of one of the biggest comment platforms on the net - outside of Twitter and Facebook