Scott Monty - Strategic Communications & Leadership Advisor

Scott Monty - Strategic Communications & Leadership Advisor

It's a mobile world - and Facebook is profiting from it, corporate newsrooms need to deliver on what journalists want, Comcast makes a comeback, global digital statistics for 2014, Facebook's vaunted Paper announcement and financial performance, the promise of social media command centers, bloggers get First Amendment rights, the secret ingredient of good video storytelling, the need for changing marketing models and more, it's This Week in Digital.

A roundup of relevant links affecting our industry.

Each week, I compose a newsletter that includes a series of links about current events and trends in the worlds of technology, social media, mobile, digital communications and marketing in order to keep leaders up to date on changes, newsworthy items and content that might be useful in their jobs.

If you have additional links, sources or ideas that might be helpful, I'd encourage you to add some via a comment below. And if you’re on Flipboard, you can get these links by subscribing to the This Week in Digital Magazine.


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Bookmark / Read / Watch Later

  • Video of Henry Blodget, CEO and founder of Business Insider, being interviewed by Charlie Rose. They discuss the future of journalism in the digital age, among other things. (Twist Image) [EMBED]


It's a mobile world, and we're experiencing the best of it. If anything, this week, it was made utterly clear by the advances that Facebook made in the mobile space. With 53% of its ad revenue in the fourth quarter of 2013 coming from mobile (up from 49% the previous quarter and 23% the year earlier), it's clear that Facebook has solved the problem of monetizing a mobile platform.

Further, the announcement of its new app, Paper, has been met with nothing but intrigue and excitement. The better user interface is more aligned with mobile user experience versus the previous iteration of its app, which largely mimicked the desktop version. You can expect that appropriate mobile monetization of the new Paper app will be far easier.

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