Tow Center: Platforms and Publishers: A Definitive Timeline

Editor’s note: Columbia Journalism School’s Tow Center for Digital Journalism has produced a timeline of developments at major platforms such as Google, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and so on. It goes back to 2000. This is a good resource for keeping tabs on how what these major platforms are developing.

Quartz rethinks the newsroom for the digital age

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Editor’s note: A look at how ‘digital native’ news site Quartz develops content. Free from legacy ways of working, this shows how the media, and content, is changing – something that impacts us all, especially anyone who is creating content.

NYT innovation report 2014

Editor’s note: The internal report from The New York Times’s new ideas task force on how the paper could/should innovate in the digital era.

The newsonomics of 10 ways we’ll judge 2014

Editor’s note: News trends show us how tech is transforming the media – worth keeping an eye on to get a deeper understanding of trends in publishing information.

20 different ways to buy ebooks, digital comics and etextbooks

Editor’s note: This article will bring you up to speed on how the ebook market is developing. If you consider yourself to be a publisher then this is a must-read.