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Facebook said Thursday that it has struck a deal with a group of French publishers to pay for links to their news stories that are shared by people on the social network. more
The terms of service for Truth Social state that users cannot "disparage, tarnish, or otherwise harm, in our opinion, us and/or the Site." more
The Associated Press will make its trusted economic, sports and race call datasets available to leading blockchains via Chainlink, the world’s largest decentralized network of oracles, enabling smart contracts on any blockchain to securely interact with the AP's real-world data. more
Votebeat reporter Michael Falero talked directly to his fellow journalists, who made up the first cohort of Votebeat reporters, to find out what they learned, the stories they uncovered and what it was like to report on an election like no other. more
The Taliban must thoroughly investigate attacks on journalists covering a protest yesterday in Kabul and ensure that members of the press can cover issues of public interest without fear of assault and harassment, the Committee to Protect Journalists said yesterday. more
These strategies helped me land roles early in my career at HuffPost, BuzzFeed and BuzzFeed News. more
Whenever consumers are asked to name their primary reason for tuning into a TV newscast, the No. 1 answer is always the weather. more
Boston Celtics games have been pulled off Chinese media after center Enes Kanter tweeted a two-minute video of himself expressing support for Tibet and wore shoes with the phrase "Free Tibet" on them during Wednesday night's game against the New York Knicks. more
As a news anchor at KGWN in Cheyenne, Wyo., Kerri Hayden said she tried to stay neutral in reporting about the coronavirus pandemic, including stories about mask and vaccine mandates. But when her station’s owner, Gray Television, required all employees to be vaccinated, Hayden was forced to pick a side. “I wanted the decision to be my choice,” she said in an interview this week, “not a billion-dollar company’s.” more
A LONGSTANDING CHALLENGE FOR CLIMATE COVERAGE is that climate change is so big, so all-encompassing, that journalists sometimes struggle with where to start. That can go double for local journalists, whose scope is necessarily hyperfocused. The climate story threads together megacorporations, heads of state, our forests, the oceans, and even what’s for dinner. For outlets whose remit is smaller than at least a country, how to make that all relevant to audiences? More on the nose, when there’s global climate news, where does a local newsroom find its place? more
It’s been almost 10 years since the publication of “No Woman’s Land: On the Frontlines with Female Reporters,” the first book dedicated to the safety of women journalists and one that has become a touchstone for conversations and advice about this subject. Almost a decade after I co-edited this book, our female colleagues still face significant harassment in their work — be that in the field, in newsrooms and online. In recent months, I’ve heard of and from many female colleagues who have experienced gendered harassment in relation to their journalism, and witnessed the toll it is taking on their mental health. more
The demand for diversity in media representation is increasing among audiences and news organizations. According to a 2020 survey by the Knight Foundation, 69% of Americans believe that representing the diversity of the U.S. population in news coverage is either “very important” or “critical.” Although the audience’s interest is clear, many people still think that media organizations aren’t performing as well as they should. The Knight Foundation study explains, “A quarter of Americans (25%) think newsrooms are doing ‘very well’ or ‘well,’ while about four-in-ten (37%) think the media is doing ‘poorly’ or ‘very poorly’ in its diversity efforts.” more
Toutiao users clock in an astounding 73.4 minutes per day, and 85% are below 35, a typically news-avoiding demographic China’s Bytedance is best known in the West for its hyper-engaging video platform TikTok. But the social media giant’s first major creation – the news aggregator Toutiao, or ‘headlines’ in Chinese – may be even more relevant to the future of publishing. more
Positive news has been few and far between over the last 18 months. But according to the latest IPA Bellwether Report, marketers (and publishers) have a lot to look forward to. The Q3 report, released yesterday, found that UK marketing budgets have grown at the strongest rate in four years, chiefly because of looser lockdown restrictions, pent-up consumer demand, and a stronger economic outlook. more
With support from the Watchdog Writers Group at the Missouri School of Journalism, Shoshana Walter is telling the stories of a mistreated and oft-overlooked segment of society. more
The podcast "More Than This" had a challenge. How could they recreate the emotions, pacing and atmosphere of their episodes without using any audio? more
Axel Springer CEO Mathias Döpfner told Politico staffers in a company-wide Q&A Thursday that it was "a mistake" to tell The Wall Street Journal last week that he planned to institute a paywall. more
Former U.S. President Donald Trump announced Wednesday he will launch his own social media platform, TRUTH Social, according to a press release by Trump Media and Technology Group (TMTG). more
The reports reveal the board is still negotiating its relationship with the social network and says its credibility depends on Facebook being more forthcoming. more
Amazon’s news app on Fire TV began expanding live and on-demand local news from 88 to 158 major cities across the U.S. starting yesterday. more
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