If media could consolidate around a common publishing platform, it would allow players of all sizes to cut costs as well as better compete against Facebook as a media union, taking action collectively, and once and for all addressing their biggest revenue challenges.
I see Jesee Knight’s point, but lack of choice is never a good thing. The challenge of journalism isn’t the content management systems; it’s algorithms.
Also, New York uses an open-source CMS, which I didn’t know.
Is it finally time for media companies to adopt a common publishing platform? | Nieman Journalism Lab