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How is The New York Times Really Doing?

Wired magazine recently published, Keeping Up with the Times, a story about the New York Times and its slow & painful transition to a digital first publication.

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The Mark Zuckerberg Manifesto Is a Blueprint for Destroying Journalism

Lip service to the crucial function of the Fourth Estate is not enough to sustain it. It’s not that Mark Zuckerberg set out to dismantle the news business when he founded Facebook 13 years ago. Yet news organizations are perhaps the biggest casualty of the world Zuckerberg built.

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Secret de-ranking and outwitting spammers: Recollections from inside the Google News ‘black box’

But amid a sea of online information and misinformation, the Google News staffers had a sometimes tricky task. The editorial team carrying out the job was nothing like a traditional newsroom.

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How tech ate the media and our minds

Ten short years ago: The iPhone was born, Facebook was a small social network used mostly by college students, and there was no Snapchat, Instagram or Pinterest. Most people still relied on three network evening newscasts and a local newspaper, hand delivered, to be informed about current events.

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How Facebook makes its money, in one chart

Why is the U.S. such a cash cow?: The U.S. advertising market, by spend, and particularly by mobile spend, is by far the largest and most concentrated advertising market in the world. The U.S. ad market is worth around $191 billion dollars.

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Flipboard revamps its approach personalized news with new “Smart Magazines”

Flipboard is releasing a big update today, which introduces “Smart Magazines” — a new way for people to find news stories and other content tied to their interests.

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The Great Unbundling

To say that the Internet has changed the media business is so obvious it barely bears writing; the media business, though, is massive in scope, ranging from this site to The Walt Disney Company, with a multitude of formats, categories, and business models in between.

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Google and Facebook to help French newsrooms combat ‘fake news’ ahead of presidential election

Google and Facebook are to help a host of French news organizations combat the growing scourge of fake news ahead of the upcoming French presidential election campaign.

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Google makes it easier to see and share publishers’ real URLs from AMP pages

As promised, Google is making a change to how it displays Accelerated Mobile Pages, so that users can easily view and share links that lead directly to publishers’ sites rather than to Google’s copy of the content.

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Nextdoor to acquire “assets” of UK local social network Streetlife

In what is being billed as a “multi-million pound” acquisition, San Francisco-headquartered Nextdoor is purchasing the “assets” of U.K. local social network Streetlife. The deal, of which further details are scarce, will see Streetlife’s 1.

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“I think that journalism needs to rediscover its roots as a blue-collar profession”

So, inspired recently by Harvard historian Jill Lepore, I was reading correspondence from Thomas Jefferson to a newspaper editor who had written to him seeking his advice about his work. And Jefferson’s advice was scathing. He wrote: “Nothing can now be believed, which is seen in a newspaper.

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Covering Trump the Reuters Way

The first 12 days of the Trump presidency (yes, that’s all it’s been!) have been memorable for all – and especially challenging for us in the news business. It’s not every day that a U.S.

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美國新媒體Axios誕生,要為碎片化新聞正名?

手機上打開 Axios 的一篇文章,耗時2秒。文章正文僅有143個英文字。點擊「繼續閲讀 剩餘643個字」,眼前不再有整段的文字,取而代之的是表明要點的小黑圓點。

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撐硬精神

搞Marketing最緊要學識順理成章。老細明明俾個平平無奇既爛名你,都要作大到迪士尼夢幻王國咁有價值。例如肥佬黎明明因為崇拜Steve Jobs所以取名壹傳媒叫Next,報紙叫Apple,連個logo基本上都九成似。不過個品牌唔紅就算,紅左

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撐、久、硬、淨

現代企業嗰套吹水嘢,講完品牌要講品牌精神,介紹完團隊就輪到企業核心價值。 我這個末代打工仔一直秉持撐、久、硬、淨四大原則撐到現在, 冇三十年也有廿幾年矣。

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Content Finds a Way

Nuance. That was something I tried to focus on in yesterday’s post about the changes taking place at Medium. But it’s also hard to do nuance in 500 (ish) words. There’s always more… nuance. As such, I wanted to follow up on a couple of things.

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Breaking News is shutting down

Breaking News, the popular alert app from NBC News, is shutting down at the end of the year. The entire staff at Breaking News — more than 20 editors, developers and administrative staffers — will stay on payroll at NBC News until Jan. 20, a spokesperson for NBC News told Poynter.

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CNN Brings In the Social App Beme to Cultivate a Millennial Audience

With millions of people regularly tuning in to his YouTube video blogs every morning, Casey Neistat has a millennial fan base coveted by both marketers and media companies. Now, one of those big media outlets is bringing Mr. Neistat — and, it hopes, his youthful audience — in-house.

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VC Funding Is Drying Up for Media Startups

As venture capitalists exercise more caution and place fewer bets, they’re leaving media startups behind. Venture funding to media-tech companies slid for the third consecutive quarter to $91.7 million, the lowest amount since mid-2013, according to data from industry researcher CB Insights.

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7 media startups to watch in 2016

Every year, The Next Web holds hundreds of interviews with young startups in order to shortlist the cream of the crop and invite them to Boost, our early-stage growth program at The Next Web Conference.

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Maneuvering a new reality for US journalism

Ordinarily, it is you who offer the rest of the world advice about press freedom, and the accountability architecture of democratic societies, so I understand that it may be strange to hear it coming back at you, but this will not be the last inversion that the election of Donald Trump delivers.

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The IT Era and the Internet Revolution

I like to say that I write about media generally and journalism specifically because the industry is a canary in the coal mine when it comes to the impact of the Internet: text shifted from newsprint to the web seamlessly, completely upending the industry’s business model along the way.

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AT&T agrees in principle to buy Time Warner for $85 billion: sources

NEW YORK AT&T Inc (T.N) has reached an agreement in principle to buy Time Warner Inc (TWX.

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Line’s CTO shares her secret to running a great engineering team

Line made its debut this year with a market valuation of nearly US$10 billion, solidifying its place as a leading technology company.

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