Glide CMS image
Glide CMS arrow
The powerful intuitive headless CMS for busy content and editorial teams, bursting with features and sector insight. MACH architecture gives you business freedom.
Glide Go image
Glide Go arrow
Enterprise power at start-up speed. Glide Go is a pre-configured deployment of Glide CMS with hosting and front-end problems solved.
Glide Nexa image
Glide Nexa arrow
Audience authentication, entitlements, and preference management in one system designed for publishers and content businesses.
For your sector
Media & Entertainment
Built for any content to thrive, whoever it's for. Get your content out faster and do more with it.
Sports & Gaming
Bring fans closer to their passions and deliver unrivalled audience experiences wherever they are.
Tailored to the unique needs of publishing so you can fully focus on audiences and content success.
For your role
Unlock resources and budget with low-code & no-code solutions to do so much more.
Editorial & Content
Make content of higher quality quicker, and target it with pinpoint accuracy at the right audiences.
MACH architecture lets you kickstart development, leveraging vast native functionality and top-tier support.
Commercial & Marketing
Speedrun ideas into products, accelerate ROI, convert interest, and own the conversation.
Technology Partners
AWS image
Getty Images image
Getty Images
Brightcove image
Poool image
Solution Partners
Endava image
The App Lab image
The App Lab
Code Store image
Code Store
Polemic Digital image
Polemic Digital
Developer Experience
Find out more how to work with Glide headless CMS, Glide Go, and Glide Nexa identity management
Customer Support
Learn more about unrivalled customer support from team Glide
User and Technical documentation for the Glide Publishing Platform, Glide Go, and Glide Nexa
News arrow
Comment arrow
Newsletter arrow

Content Aware media news: December 22, 2022

EEAT, reading stats, and predictions for '23 - all in December 22's Content Aware media news highlights.

Published: 10:17, 22 December 2022
Google adds new parameters to website ratings for search results

Partygate work sweeps the board at emotional BJA night
Stories exposing the lockdown behaviours of Boris Johnson and the occupants of No.10 led the nominees and awards at the 2022 British Journalism Awards last week - just some of 848 nominations for work in the public interest. Special credit to the organisers for allowing Ukrainian journalist Olga Malchevska a clear mic to talk about conditions for journalists currently covering the war there.

Experience, with a capital 'EEAT'
Google adds Experience to the existing E-A-T signals (Expertise, Authority, Trustworthiness) that it uses to rate sites for quality in search results, new amongst many other signals worth checking out here. Experience in this case meaning that of the writer or site in the subject matter, rather than user experience - although bad site still bad.

A year in numbers and insight
Fantastic summary by Reuters Institute of their key research findings throughout 2022, looking at news habits and consumption trends around the world. Highlights include the criteria used by audiences to make snap judgements separating quality content from clickbait.

News industry predictions for 2023
Nieman Labs asks some of the commentators and experts of US and global journalism to look ahead to 2023 at what might lay ahead for news organisations and news people. Not all sugar and roses.

AI writing has Google hitting the alarm
ChatGPT, the AI writing service, on one hand has Google warning it can detect AI writing (and assumedly may decide to downgrade sites which overuse it in search results), and at the same time scrambling to bring its own AI writing services to the fore.

What Brits complained about on TV
No science here, just a look at what motivated people to make formal complaints about things on their television. Hint: Reality TV.

Google and Meta simply facing more competition
As digital ad revenues for the two slide, research shows that the biggest competition is that there now is some competition.

UK Editors pressure politicos (again)
Not for the first time this year, editors and journalists have been forced to turn to politicians to try and stave off some fundamentally ill-considered digital legislation which threatens the basic freedoms journalists rely on to do their job.

A year of pain for Big Tech platforms, in summary
Media Voices looks at a turbulent 2022 for big social platforms, and their relationship with news (and financial reality).

Thanks for being part of the people we speak with every week. Here's to a better next year and to the great things you will do for your readers and audiences in 2023!

Latest articles

article listing image
Content Aware media news: April 25, 2024
arrow button
article listing image
Content Aware media news: April 18, 2024
arrow button
article listing image
Content Aware media news: April 4, 2024
arrow button

Ready to get started?

No matter where you are on your CMS journey, we're here to help. Want more info or to see Glide Publishing Platform in action? We got you.

Book a demo