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Once around the park, James, and don’t spare the sources! It’s all-native-all-the-time in the ad biz nowadays, with everyone – marketers and news media alike – jumping on the ads-in-sheep’s-clothing bandwagon. Exhibit Umpteen (via MediaPost’s Online Publishing Insider): 2013 will be … Continue reading
So it’s not bad enough that native advertising – those ads in sheep’s clothing tricked out to look like editorial content – is slowly chipping away at the authority and credibility of real journalism. Now it’s also chipping away at … Continue reading
Fact #1 (via Adweek): Politico’s Allbritton Buys Capital New York The subscription approach to news is getting a significant boost, with Politico owner Robert Allbritton buying Capital New York with an eye on applying Politico’s business model to the online news site. Allbritton plans … Continue reading
As the hardtracking has previously noted, web publishers are increasingly employing journalists to create ads in sheep’s clothing, also known as native advertising. Now add Wired Magazine to the ranks of rank sell-outs. From Adweek (tip o’ the pixel to Taylor Wray) . … Continue reading
The brand journalnaut continues to accelerate with this latest innovation by ESPN: The Magazine (via Adweek). ESPN: The Magazine Puts a Print Spin on Sponsored Content Sidebars to feature advertiser’s logo Branded content has gotten plenty of attention as it’s taken off online … Continue reading
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