Infographic: Publishers dish on the buyer-seller relationship in 5 charts

We asked industry pros at yesterday’s Digiday Publishing Summit in Bologna to weigh in on the give and take between buyers and sellers. Here’s what they said about the balance of power and an emerging solution: header bidding. Sponsor content by PulsePoint. The post Infographic: Publishers dish on the buyer-seller relationship in 5 charts appeared first on Digiday. Continue reading at 'Digiday'

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The biggest question for publishers prioritizing video isn’t Snapchat or Facebook Live, it’s simple economics. How many bodies can an organization throw at production and still keep the lights on? Digital publishers are struggling to square demand for video with the bottom line. Five charts that... Continue reading at Digiday

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In its 2013 State of the News Media report released today, Pew found that while digital publishers are clearly growing fast, they're going to need to grow a lot more to make up for the losses elsewhere. The post 5 charts that describe the state of digital publishing appeared first on Digiday. Continue reading at Digiday

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Federation of European Publishers’ New COVID-19 Impact Report: Europe Closes 2020 Down 2 to 5 Percent

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5 Trends Publishers Should Embrace This Year

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Fascism is on the minds of book buyers — and publishers are taking notice

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The perfect buyer for the National Enquirer, Runner’s World does retail, The Onion’s threats: Publisher’s Brief

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5 questions publishers have about Snap’s new content creator incubator

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Eoin Purcell of Amazon Publishing UK: ‘Building Those Relationships’

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