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NYT plans to debut new generative AI ad tools later this year

The New York Times is recruiting partners to test new ad-targeting solutions using generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) beginning next quarter, executives told Axios. It plans to make the new tool widely available to marketers in the second half of the year Origen: NYT plans to debut new generative AI ad tools later this year

Financial Times launches US Election Countdown newsletter | Editor and Publisher

The Financial Times has launched US Election Countdown, a new newsletter delivered twice a week that will serve as an essential guide to one of the most consequential presidential elections in decades.Led by the FT’s Washington reporter Steff Chávez, US Election Countdown will dive into the latest campaign news and polling data, with expert analysis and behind-the-scenes...

YouTube dominates TV streaming in U.S., per Nielsen’s latest report | TechCrunch

Nielsen today released its January report on viewing usage across linear TV and streaming, which revealed that YouTube is once again the overall top streaming service in the U.S., with 8.6% of viewing on television screens. Netflix, meanwhile, saw 7.9% of TV usage. The new data points to YouTube’s dominance in the TV streaming arena and marks...

Is journalism’s loss still PR’s gain? | PR Week

It’s tough working in media these days. Just ask Grover, Sesame Street’s beloved blue Muppet — and aspiring reporter. The furry monster (not at the end of this article) announced his new profession on Monday and quickly heard about the cruel realities of the state of journalism from real-life members of the media.One cited a now-too-common scenario: “Grover...

A Celebrity Dies, and New Biographies Pop Up Overnight. The Author? A.I. – The New York Times

After Joseph Lelyveld, a former executive editor of The New York Times, died last month, his brother Michael Lelyveld went online to see how he was being remembered. He found obituaries in major news outlets, as expected. But he also found other, unexpected portraits of his brother. Origen: A Celebrity Dies, and New Biographies Pop Up Overnight. The...

BBC disinformation reporter Marianna Spring: ‘My approach to fear is to try to make sense of it’ | Journalism books | The Guardian

he broadcaster on dealing with abuse, the power of the Barbie movie, and watching Spurs with her dad@juderogersSun 18 Feb 2024 10.30 CETBorn in south-west London in 1996, Marianna Spring was appointed the BBC’s disinformation and social media correspondent in March 2020. Co-host of the Americast podcast and a Panorama presenter, her first book, Among the Trolls,...

The Crisis of American Newspapers: Threats to Democracy and Inform…

The decline of American newspapers poses a threat to democracy and informed citizenship. Economic struggles have led to a loss of local reporting, impacting communities across the nation. The future of journalism depends on innovative solutions and support for investigative reporting. Origen: The Crisis of American Newspapers: Threats to Democracy and Inform…

New York Times publisher A. G. Sulzberger: “Our industry needs to think bigger” | Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism

In early January 1996 journalist Kevin McKenna presented the New York Times’ first website to three generations of the Sulzberger family: the publisher Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr., his father and predecessor, and his eldest son, Arthur Gregg Sulzberger, who would succeed him in 2018 and who was 15 years old at the time. McKenna was part of a...

Portugal wakes up to the crisis of journalism business models – The Fix

Triggered by a serious crisis in a media group, Portuguese journalists are starting to come together in search for solutions for the survival of journalism.Recently, one of the largest media groups in Portugal, owning well-known newspapers and a radio, announced a contract cancellation programme covering 200 workers, justifying with the need to counteract a complicated financial situation....

Two journalists talk to the bots — who talk back — about the pros and pitfalls of AI – Nieman Storyboard

Nieman Storyboard contributor Chip Scanlan and Casey Frechette worked together for more than a decade at The Poynter Institute where they created online courses in reporting and writing. Casey is an associate professor and chair of the journalism department at the University of South Florida Origen: Two journalists talk to the bots — who talk back — about...

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