New York Times :: She did more than anyone else to invent the Internet news business. After a decade, despite setbacks, she is still setting the pace.
Mediapost :: As each generation becomes savvier and harder to reach, brands and advertisers have to think more creatively to reach their target audience, leading many to turn to native advertising.
Journalism.co.uk :: Not-for-profit Italian project Migranti and the pan-european The Migrants Files, are tackling the international debate about immigrants, experimenting with different languages and formats.
AdAge :: The Guardian is expanding its footprint in the U.S., hiring Indiewire Managing Editor Nigel Smith as an L.A.-based entertainment writer to strengthen the paper’s coverage of film in America.
Independent :: A campaign by stars including Daniel Radcliffe and Steve Coogan to save BBC3 has failed after the BBC Trust announced that the youth channel should cease broadcasting and move online.
Independent :: The BBC could lose the rights to screen the Olympics from 2022 after Eurosport and its parent company Discovery secured a £920m rights deal to show the Games in Europe.
Tech.EU :: The financial crisis in Greece is coming to a head, and with capital controls in place across the country, startups are unable to pay for their services in order to stay in business. However, Greek entrepreneurs are coming together to help these companies through this difficult time.
Read Neil Murray, tech.eu