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Ethan Zuckerman / Columbia Journalism Review:
Imagining a better web, using the history of radio globally as a guide, and rethinking assumptions about the commercial internet's venture capital-backed rise   —  What would social media look like if it served the public interest?  —  Over the course of a few short years, a technological revolution shook the world.
Dec 1, 2019, 9:40 AM - In context

Charlotte Tobitt / Press Gazette:
Jimmy Wales says he is planning to a hire a small number of journalists early next year for his news-focused social network WT:Social   —  Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales plans to a hire a small number of journalists for a “news-focused social network” in the hopes of finding an audience …
Nov 27, 2019, 8:15 AM - In context

Tarleton Gillespie / Slate:
Every ad, political or commercial, should reveal its provenance, and all advertisers should stand by their ads and be held accountable for them   —  On Oct. 30, Twitter announced it would now prohibit political advertising on its platform.  On Friday, it tried its best to explain exactly what that would mean.
Nov 23, 2019, 1:15 AM - In context

Christine Schmidt / Nieman Lab:
The Chicago Reader, an alt-weekly, is moving to a nonprofit model in January under the umbrella of the newly-founded Reader Institute for Community Journalism   —  The Chicago Reader, like many alt-weeklies, has had a tough past few years.  Founded in 1971 during a boom time for alternative media …
Nov 20, 2019, 1:40 PM - In context

Tim Bradshaw / Financial Times:
Jimmy Wales' news site WikiTribune has relaunched as WT:Social, a donor-funded social networking and “news sharing” site where users can edit almost everything   —  Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales has quietly launched a rival to Facebook and Twitter that he hopes will combat “clickbait” and misleading headlines.
Nov 16, 2019, 12:40 AM - In context

Tiffany Stevens / Columbia Journalism Review:
Interviews with reporters on how their work disappears from the web or becomes cannibalized when online publications shutter or restructure   —  “Nothing disappears on the Internet,” people like to say, but journalists know that's not necessarily true.  Articles frequently disappear when online publications shutter or restructure.
Nov 8, 2019, 1:25 PM - In context

Charlotte Tobitt / Press Gazette:
Emails show organizers of a major UK arms conference rejected credentials for a Middle East Eye reporter due to concern “he will not write anything positive”   —  A journalist was barred from a major UK arms fair because organisers believed he would “not write anything positive” …
Nov 7, 2019, 4:25 PM - In context

Quinta Jurecic / Lawfare:
Conservative site RedState's decision to publish an explicit photograph of Democratic Rep. Katie Hill has crossed an ugly line into nonconsensual pornography   —  Amid the hubbub of L'Affaire Ukrainienne, you could be forgiven for overlooking another story that has emerged out of Congress over the past week.
Oct 26, 2019, 6:55 AM - In context

Adi Robertson / The Verge:
Zuckerberg cited a need for diversity of views when asked about Breitbart's presence in Facebook News, but also said News is only for high-quality, curated news   —  On Friday morning, Facebook announced its plan to spend millions of dollars on high-quality journalism, fueling the launch of a new dedicated news tab on its platform.
Oct 25, 2019, 7:50 PM - In context

Paul Farhi / Washington Post:
NBC News president has visited seven news orgs to present a rebuttal to Farrow's contention that the network ordered him to stop reporting on Weinstein   —  Unlike most journalists — most human beings — Ronan Farrow can tell you what it's like to be tailed, surveilled and tracked by people with possibly sinister motives.
Oct 11, 2019, 12:40 PM - In context




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