Tools we use 2: Publishing print newspapers online: servers | RJI

[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_large","fid":"1771","attributes":{"class":"media-image alignleft","typeof":"foaf:Image","style":"","width":"378","height":"312","alt":""}}]]Server wars: Usage statistics on the Web servers and widgets of newspaper sitesThe previous Tools We Use post examined the content management systems of U.S. newspapers. This report focuses on the servers and widgets that power their sites.I checked the websites of 1,506 U.S. newspapers (1,303 dailies and 203 alternative weeklies), via the tech-decection services of BuiltWith and W3Techs (see methodology below).A Web server is the software that handles and fulfills incoming requests (e.g., someone clicks on a link and gets an article). The tech-detectors got good data on the Web servers of 1,025 sites (of 1,506 checked). Here are the server statistics for U.S. print newspaper sites: Source: Tools we use 2: Publishing print newspapers online: servers | RJI

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