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The platform patrons: How Facebook and Google became two of the biggest funders of journalism in the world

On May 21, 2019
@emilybell shared
There is some eye opening quotes in this piece by ⁦@mathewi⁩ - we have more research into platform operatives on journalism projects coming up. Without a doubt it’s complicated 1/ https://t.co/Mc33vZROhz
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<p>In March, Google announced with much fanfare the launch of the Google News Initiative, a $300 million program aimed at “building a strong future for journalism,” as the company put it. ...

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On May 21, 2019
@emilybell shared
There is some eye opening quotes in this piece by ⁦@mathewi⁩ - we have more research into platform operatives on journalism projects coming up. Without a doubt it’s complicated 1/ https://t.co/Mc33vZROhz
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The platform patrons: How Facebook and Google became two of the biggest funders of journalism in the world

<p>In March, Google announced with much fanfare the launch of the Google News Initiative, a $300 million program aimed at “building a strong future for journalism,” as the company put it. ...



On May 21, 2019
@yelvington shared
RT @jbenton: A bold statement by @nytimes executive editor @deanbaquet: "I think most local newspapers in America are going to die in the next five years, except for the ones that have been bought by a local billionaire." https://t.co/dkgyKiVubd
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Trump vs. New York Times: the executive editor’s perspective

Delegates at the INMA World Congress of News Media enjoyed a lengthy Q&A with New York Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet. The career journalist discussed his newsroom’s relationship with ...

On May 17, 2019
@dangillmor shared
RT @SusanLisovicz: When a first-rate #journalist writes about the budding journalists in your class you know it was a good semester. Thank you @LesZaitz @MalheurNews @Cronkite_ASU https://t.co/voWFEp9wtn
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College journalism class studies Enterprise, suggests changes

For a semester, teams of students at Arizona State University poked and prodded the Malheur Enterprise. Recently, we traveled to Phoenix to hear what they concluded.

On May 20, 2019
@jayrosen_nyu shared
"As journalists, we’re great at informing, we’re getting better at engaging, but we’ve got a long way to go toward equipping." By @d_holli. Equipping. https://t.co/zCqiGeDurb
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Don’t Just Engage, Equip

To reimagine and repair local news, democratize the journalistic process.

On May 20, 2019
@Brizzyc shared
Just met with @diogoarod - he's got a cool explanatory journalism startup in Brazil. https://t.co/ud6nqLxrgY
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Diogo Rodriguez

Explanatory journalist and entrepreneur from Brazil

On May 16, 2019
@mashable shared
Facebook wants to know who your best friends are https://t.co/Yovi60LFQc https://t.co/Gbm15EHFpb
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Facebook wants to know who your best friends are

The company wants your BFFs in your News Feed.

On May 20, 2019
@Brizzyc shared
"The key point, however, is that a journalism upstart doesn’t need to chase a daunting goal of one million true fans; it’s entirely possible to build a successful journalism business around a more attainable number." https://t.co/FHqJWzgfiJ
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What 1000 true fans means for today’s journalism startups

The journey to 1000 true fans is an opportunity to refine your value proposition

On May 16, 2019
@Poynter shared
Twitter is trying a new tactic to head off misinformation about vaccines https://t.co/GdGy94Wiv8
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