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Chronological feeds can’t fix Facebook – Protocol — The people, power and politics of tech

ombating misinformation, division and abuse on Facebook and Instagram may be as simple as going back to the site's roots and showing posts in the order they happened. At least, that's what whistleblower Frances Haugen suggested in congressional testimony last week. Origen: Chronological feeds can't fix Facebook - Protocol — The people, power and politics of tech

The Telegraph thinks retiring newsletters will actually grow subscriptions

British publisher The Telegraph is betting that offering fewer, more focused newsletters will actually help grow the number of subscribers to them.The media org is striking at an opportune time: The Telegraph reached 500,000 paid digital subscribers in October — up 30% since the start of the year. Already, the publisher used engagement rates, among other factors,...

INMA: Focus and quality are key when identifying media consumer needs and wants

Media companies are always talking about subscription models, monetisation, and the future of publishing. But the most important thing to note, according to digital consultant Dmitry Shishkin, is irrespective of what a company is doing digitally, its success happens when it finds itself at the intersection of two axes: focus and quality. Origen: INMA: Focus and quality are...

More journalism startups are building their businesses around a community-first approach. Here’s what we’re seeing when publications engage their audience from Day One. |...

Journalism organizations across the country are placing a renewed emphasis on community-centered journalism, and we’ve seen how that approach can increase public participation, help build trust and even lead to more community dialogue. Origen: More journalism startups are building their businesses around a community-first approach. Here’s what we’re seeing when publications engage their audience from Day One. |...

How publishers can engage and convert casual readers: Key insights from INMA report | What’s New in Publishing | Digital Publishing News

The demand for trustworthy information during the pandemic drove record subscriptions growth for many publishers. 128 news publishers across the world gained an average of 58% new subscribers in a year, according to Piano data. Origen: How publishers can engage and convert casual readers: Key insights from INMA report | What’s New in Publishing | Digital Publishing News

These competitors joined forces to allow readers to use a single login across their news sites » Nieman Journalism Lab

It started on a fancy boat. Three years ago, media executives from Switzerland’s largest media companies were gathered on a lake for an annual conversation about the news industry. They were worried about the looming battles over third-party cookies and losing ground in the advertising market. They wanted to find ways to work together to regain a...

Op-Ed: Corporation Claims Diversity Data Is Secret. That’s A Problem for Journalism––and Democracy – Columbia Journalism Review

EARLIER THIS YEAR, Synopsys, Inc., a Silicon Valley-based technology company and federal contractor that produces computer chips and software, published its demographic diversity data on its website. The company’s “talent snapshot” for 2020 showed that just 1 percent of its overall employees in the United States were Black, 3 percent were Hispanic/Latinx, and just 23 percent of...

Two Journalists Started an Argument in Boston in 1979. It’s Not Over Yet. – The New York Times

In 1979, two journalists got into an argument. More than four decades later, they haven’t settled it.The subject of their disagreement was journalistic “objectivity,” a notion that goes back at least to the 1920s, when some of the more high-minded newspapers and magazines were trying to distinguish themselves from the scandal sheets and publications led by partisan...

How journalists can address misinformation on Telegram | Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism

Telegram is no stranger to criticism. Created by Russian tech entrepreneur Pavel Durov to counter the censorship and propaganda of authoritarian regimes, it has faced bans, legal action, and political scandal. Telegram’s popularity has grown rapidly in the past two years in correlation with more concerted efforts to remove misinformation on other social media platforms and with a...

Young users and old-school metrics: How 24sata reinvented itself to become Croatia’s top media company – WAN-IFRA

When 24sata’s cable news business shut down in 2016, the company was left with just two people in the video department. Undeterred, the lean team found success live-streaming breaking news events on social media, developing an audience that was almost entirely composed of Generation Z viewers. Origen: Young users and old-school metrics: How 24sata reinvented itself to become...