For Media Co’s, Facebook Is About Community, Not Ads

The way that NPR uses its Facebook page to connect with listeners and build community around its content has a number of lessons for other media entities, including the fact that they should focus more on engaging with their users and less time worrying about ads.

A Look At NPR’s New Mobile Strategy

NPR’s relaunch of its mobile web site and the release of its Android mobile app this week are part of a larger strategy designed to ensure t… Goes Social With The NPR Community

Sure, there’s some cheap jokes to be made here, but why bother: is the latest big media site to get a fresh coat of social networkin…

NPR Buys Interactive Arm of PRI

National Public Radio (NPR) has made its first online acquisition: it has bought out the web services arm of Public Radio International (PRI…

NPR Launches Its Ambitious Music Site

NPR has launched its rather ambitious music site, after a long time in development: NPR Music is being launched along with 12 member station…