We’ve looked back through our weekly media news roundups and spotted several trends in the media industry in 2021.
Category: Media Trends
Travel news is finally rebounding. Here are a few trends and predictions based on recent news releases distributed by PR Newswire.
These charts show some of the trends, challenges, and pet peeves that journalists shared in Cision’s 2021 State of the Media survey.
Voice search continues to impact digital marketing. Here are 5 tips to optimize your digital content to compete in search and increase organic traffic.
Cision’s 2020 State of the Media report is our biggest one yet. Here are five takeaways before you download and dive into the full report.
The COVID-19 pandemic is impacting media events, jobs, and revenues. Here’s a recap of some of the effects coronavirus is having on journalists.
We’re recapping the biggest stories in the media industry this year.
Which social campaigns had the greatest impact on you in 2019? These are 5 of our favorites.
Publishers are getting creative with how they develop story ideas, deliver them to readers, and generate revenue.
Creatives came up with some great social campaigns in 2018. Here are some of the year’s top social media campaigns.
2018 was a banner year for AI in journalism. Many of the largest news publishers are embracing machine-learning tools to augment newsrooms.
By livestreaming, amateur journalists are shaking things up in the media – and by all accounts, this is only the tip of the iceberg.
Constructive journalism is a growing field that uses positive psychology to combat news fatigue and empower readers.
AI use in journalism has presented new challenges never before met in the modern newsroom.
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