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“Perfect storm for media companies”: How publishers are preparing for the Cookiepocalypse | What’s New in Publishing | Digital Publishing News

The impending ‘Cookiepocalypse’, scheduled for the end of 2023, “could bring with it a new era of growth in digital media,” notes James Hewes, President & CEO, FIPP in the introduction to a new report, First-party data playbook for publishers. “While it is true that we will soon be leaving behind the cookie-based infrastructure that has dominated the...

Votebeat will cover local election administration as a permanent newsroom | Nieman Journalism Lab

With the 2022 midterms about 18 weeks away, election coverage is taking shape in many newsrooms. Some outlets are responding to new threats to democracy by shifting reporting resources to focus on voters or putting journalists on “the democracy beat.” Only one newsroom, though, says it’ll focus exclusively on the ins and outs of elections. Origen: Votebeat will...

How TikTok is turning a generation of video addicts into a data goldmine | John Naughton | The Guardian

To younger people – that is, anyone under the age of 20 – Microsoft’s spreadsheet program, a tool as essential to accountants as saws are to carpenters, is the contemporary equivalent of mom jeans, handwritten thank-you notes and cravats: stuff that oldies care about. How come, then, that the hashtag #excel has had 3.4bn views on a...

Snap debuts Snapchat+ paid subscription for power users – The Verge

Starting this week, Snap will begin offering an optional subscription called Snapchat Plus that unlocks exclusive and early access features.Priced at $3.99 a month, the subscription is geared toward “the people who spend most of their time communicating with their closest friends on Snap,” the company’s SVP of Product, Jacob Andreou, tells The Verge. Dubbed Snapchat Plus,...

Every week, two more newspapers close — and ‘news deserts’ grow larger – The Washington Post

Penelope Muse Abernathy may be the nation’s foremost expert on what media researchers call “news deserts”— and she’s worried.News deserts are communities lacking a news source that provides meaningful and trustworthy local reporting on issues such as health, government and the environment. It’s a vacuum that leaves residents ignorant of what’s going on in their world, incapable...

What is the future of automated fact-checking? Fact-checkers discuss. – Poynter

With the flood of misinformation saturating social media, there are too many claims and not enough human fact-checkers to do the tedious work required. Can automation help with fact-checking? Origen: What is the future of automated fact-checking? Fact-checkers discuss. - Poynter

Who are the biggest news outlets on Youtube? – Press Gazette

It’s easy for news outlets to forget about Youtube.Short-form video rival Tiktok commands more headlines and is more frequently associated with highly sought-after young audiences.Alphabet-owned Youtube, meanwhile, is so commonplace it is effectively web infrastructure.But ubiquity might be a good reason to pay the streaming site more attention. Youtube remains by far the bigger of the two...

For print newspapers, one Florida retirement community is a better market than Atlanta, St. Louis, or Portland | Nieman Journalism Lab

Remember print?Some of you do, I imagine. Many of your favorite news sites used to be printed on paper and then deposited at local convenience stores for purchase. Others were wrapped in a bag and thrown on your porch by a child. Origen: For print newspapers, one Florida retirement community is a better market than Atlanta, St. Louis,...

In France, YouTubers Deliver Political News to Young Audiences – The New York Times

At first glance, the office looks like that of any video production start-up — modern furniture, a video game console, a Buzz Lightyear action figure and nobody who looks over 30. But this bustling office in a hip neighborhood of Paris is in fact one of France’s most successful new newsrooms.From here, Hugo Travers, often dressed in...

When Local Newspapers Fold, Polarization Rises. Here’s What You Can Do – CNET

Russia's invasion of Ukraine, rising energy costs and our ongoing struggles with the coronavirus pandemic take up a lot of our attention these days. But there's more going on a lot closer to home -- you just might not know it, because your local newspaper is gone. Origen: When Local Newspapers Fold, Polarization Rises. Here's What You Can...