Could Snapchat, the red-hot messaging service that is theoretically worth $19 billion or more, be getting a new round of funding from billionaire Saudi investor Prince Alwaleed bin Talal?
While many sites are getting rid of or bad-mouthing reader comments as a haven for trolls, the New York Times says it wants to invest in its comments and find ways of making them better
Tech analyst Ben Thompson argues that one of Snapchat’s biggest selling points to advertisers is how similar the content model is to one they already understand — namely, TV
Medium, which has been known until now primarily for its long-form writing, has added new features that allow writers to post short, Twitter-style items and more blog-like activity
In a blog post, Purdue University doctoral student Frederik De Boer makes a good point — too many new digital media outlets fail to differentiate themselves from their competition