Story: Digital media and the internet

Stuff website and mobile app

Stuff website and mobile app

In the 2000s New Zealanders, especially younger ones, have increasingly followed the news on the internet – at first on computers but increasingly from cell phones. To facilitate this the major news organisations, Fairfax and APN, developed sophisticated websites and mobile apps (smartphone applications). Fairfax pulled together material from a range of their regional newspapers such as the Dominion Post and the Press into the Stuff site, which eventually earned more revenue than the print newspapers.

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Russell Brown, 'Digital media and the internet - The early days of the internet, 1990s', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, http://www.TeAra.govt.nz/en/photograph/43416/stuff-website-and-mobile-app (accessed 6 April 2020)

Story by Russell Brown, published 22 Oct 2014