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Time and again – in a great way – we find ourselves helping support new, independent points of view on the Internet. One such new voice that we are proud to be working with is Skift, a two-year old, NYC-based online publication bringing a fresh perspective to the world’s largest industry, travel.
It’s exciting to see our footprint continue to expand around the globe. At last count publishers in nearly 30 countries are using Tinypass and we can now add to that growing list a publisher from a unique corner of Europe, the island of Jersey in the English Channel off the coast of Normandy.
In the latest sign that innovation is thriving in the world of online publishing, we are thrilled to announce that Tablet Magazine, a daily online magazine of Jewish news, ideas, and culture, is using Tinypass in an effort to improve the quality of discourse within the commenting section of its site. In a blog post, Alana Newhouse, the editor-in-chief of Tablet, explains the rationale behind the move.
Prior to the Internet, it was difficult, if not impossible, for media perspectives outside of the mainstream to secure the sort of distribution that would lead to a broad audience. Over the past two decades, and particularly over the past five years or so, all that has changed, and new Tinypass customer Films For Action is a great example of this change.
It’s fair to say that over the past 10 years or so the American palate has grown increasingly sophisticated. You can chalk it up to numerous factors – the rise of Whole Foods, the increased market share of organics, the farm-to-table movement, eating local, food and cooking-related programming on cable, etc.