Read more: http://bit.ly/2Jdbn2x
When it comes to advertising on Facebook, people should be able to tell who the advertiser is and see the ads they’re running, especially for political ads. That level of transparency is good for democracy and it’s good for the electoral process.
Read more: http://bit.ly/2xxRoGu
These days, nearly every digital publication is concerned about how to do video correctly online.
Read more: http://bit.ly/2gwtxAn
Chris Chong, co-founder of SumoStory. Seven years ago, Chris Chong and his brother Karl went door-to-door in Singapore’s Chinatown to sign skeptical merchants onto Beeconomic, their Groupon clone. Soon, Groupon itself came a-knocking, buying their business for millions.
Read more: http://bit.ly/2xkx3Vr
How a person leaves their office desk can tell you a lot about them.
Read more: http://bit.ly/2xhlAVA
Brazil is facing a political crisis, and news organizations are facing down a torrent of breaking news as corruption scandals spanning the last several Brazilian presidents continue to roil the country.
Read more: http://bit.ly/2vRGb3t
Amazon has made headway in the subscription business with its Subscribe & Save feature for consumers, which offers discounted pricing on products if you agree to buy on a recurring basis.
Read more: http://tcrn.ch/2pZHtco
The shamelessness was breathtaking. You may have noticed that we rolled out some cameras across our apps recently. That was Act One. Photos and videos are becoming more central to how we share than text. So the camera needs to be more central than the text box in all of our apps.
Read more: http://bit.ly/2oAJYgf
Publishers aren’t happy with the deal platforms are cutting them. Now, the Guardian has dropped both Facebook’s fast-loading Instant Article format and will no longer publish content on Apple News.
Read more: http://bit.ly/2oAG5br
President Trump called me on my cellphone Friday afternoon at 3:31 p.m. At first I thought it was a reader with a complaint since it was a blocked number. Instead, it was the president calling from the Oval Office. His voice was even, his tone muted. He did not bury the lead.
Read more: http://wapo.st/2nOsL6U
Here we will discuss: who journalists are and what they do; why people become journalists; and what qualities you need to be a good journalist. Journalists work in many areas of life, finding and presenting information.
Read more: http://bit.ly/2mLTIUe Volume 1/volume1_02.htm
It’s never a good thing when a news story begins with the phrase “summoned before the government.” That, though, is exactly what happened to Google last week in a case of what most seem to presume is the latest episode of tech companies behaving badly.
Read more: http://bit.ly/2nErAHn
Sponsor Post Worldpay: Missed our eComm payment best practices webinar? — Learn how to use your data to improve transaction success and reduce cost on international payments. Watch the webinar now on-demand.
Read more: http://bit.ly/2miLesf
Sign in to AXIOS to save stories for later, get personalized news, and more! Sign in with LinkedIn Sign in with FacebookOR Forgot your password? Don’t have an account? Register now.
Read more: http://bit.ly/2n9dcGN
One example: Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, who was only confirmed a week ago, has already taken his complaints directly to the President. According to a source briefed on the incident, Zinke went to Trump and demanded his staff be approved.
Read more: http://bit.ly/2mOt3Kv
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.
Read more: http://theatln.tc/2lADwsj
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.
Read more: http://read.bi/2lDAN1Q
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.
Read more: http://bit.ly/2kVuymy
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.
Read more: http://bit.ly/2kUkU6p