Audience & Social

In its news coverage, the Economist takes a step back from the grind of the 24 hour cycle to survey the landscape and reflect. So too with digital strategy. Resisting the temptation to jump on the latest bandwagon, the...
This afternoon, we talked to Sarah Marshall, Technology Editor at Journalism.co.uk, Adam Tinworth, journalist and consultant and Nick Petrie, Social Media and Campaigns Editor at the Times about journalism and social media in a Google+ Hangout. We discussed whether there should...
Kate Day, social media editor at the Telegraph, talks her through her very busy day.
The Supreme Court of the Philippines has been debating whether ‘liking’ a defamatory comment on Facebook makes you guilty of libel. To date, no one has been prosecuted specifically for ‘liking’ a statement, link or photograph posted by someone else....
Brazil and India don’t share much common ground. But, along with the United States, they are the top three markets for Facebook in the world. While more than 156 million Americans have already adopted Mark Zuckerberg’s creation, only recently...