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Grey Lady Goes All the Way with Native Ads

As the hardtracking staff has repeatedly noted (see here and here and here just for starters), the New York Times is up to its neck in native advertising. (Our personal favorite is the Russian nesting ads – a Times print … Continue reading

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Public Editor Spanks NYT Over Native Ads

New York Times Public Editor Margaret Sullivan has been admirably diligent about tracking the paper’s increased reliance on native advertising to boost its digital ad revenues. And Sullivan’s latest post is especially diligent. As Print Fades, Part 4: Native Advertising … Continue reading

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NYT’s Alessandra Stanley Just Doesn’t Get ‘House of Cards’

The Netflix cash cow House of Cards is back, to a much bruited review by New York Times television critic Alessandra Stanley. ‘House of Cards’ Season 3: More Policy Than Chicanery “House of Cards” began as a fun-house-mirror reflection of … Continue reading

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The Grey Lady Goes All the (Native) Way

All the signs of the Times were there. From NiemanLab six weeks ago: Native advertising is growing at The New York Times Capital New York give us a look at The New York Times’ native advertising business in a profile … Continue reading

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The Face(book) Of Online Privacy’s Future

The big Mark Zuckerberg takeout in New York magazine is getting lots of attention, but even more interesting is this sidebar, headlined “No, Facebook Has Not Already Peaked.” Nut graf: There’s a technology called OAuth. When you go to Spotify, or comment on … Continue reading

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Netflix Is Really Sorry It Tried – Er, Decided – To Gouge You

Netflix, which had very successfully been delivering video content via both the U.S. Postal Service and Internet portals for $9.99 a month, suddenly decided this month to split those services and jack up its subscription cost by 60%. Netflixers, understandably, … Continue reading

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Forget Googlezon. Watch Out For Facebooknaut.

Just a few years ago folks were worried about the prospect of Googlezon – some ungodly alliance between Google and Amazon that would subjugate the human race. Fuggedaboutit. It’s Facebook ’em, Danno we need to worry about. Exhibit A: Facebook Commenting. … Continue reading

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