• 18 Mar 2021

Clubmarket launches sponsorship marketplace to monetize Clubhouse

Independent startup Clubmarket has figured out a way to monetize Clubhouse through sponsorships for creators.

  • 14 Mar 2021

The PR pros behind the SPAC and IPO rush

Insider’s top advertising and media stories for March 15.

  • 14 Mar 2021

Disney forecast to steal Netflix’s crown as world’s biggest streaming firm

On back of Disney+ service launched in 2019, company predicted to be No 1 by 2024

  • 12 Mar 2021

Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg: Trust Us, You Still Want Personalized Ads

Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg’s defense of the online ad industry as we know it: “Personalized ads enable beautiful things to happen.'

  • 10 Mar 2021

Anatomy of a conspiracy theory: how misinformation travels on Facebook

Facebook has played a key role in the global spread of misinformation during the pandemic. Here’s how an individual post can reach a global audience within days

  • 6 Mar 2021

The man behind Britain's anti-'woke' GB News channel explains how he plans to revolutionize TV news in the UK

GB News chief executive Angelos Frangopoulos talks to Insider about his plan to launch Britain’s first anti-‘woke’ TV news channel.

  • 26 Feb 2021

SCOTT GALLOWAY: I predict the New York Times will outlive both Facebook and Google

Galloway says every company wants to command and monetize consumer attention, and a subscription-based model is the best way to do so.

  • 18 Feb 2021

‘I’m afraid of repercussions’: Publishing industry members question Google’s motives in paying off News Corp

Google’s News Showcase is one way the firm has responded to criticism that its search engine and other tools exploit content producers.

  • 15 Feb 2021

Google signs multimillion-dollar deal with major Australian publisher as it tries to signal cooperation on news payments

Seven West chairman Kerry Stokes said the deal represented a ‘great outcome’ for both companies.

  • 15 Feb 2021

‘We’re all content businesses’: esports orgs borrow from the media owner’s playbook in search for new revenues

The esports companies of tomorrow will look something like the entertainment businesses of today.