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Laura Hazard Owen / Nieman Lab:
Fifteen months after launch, traffic and donations at WikiTribune are low, its editor Peter Bale has left, and the majority of stories are written by staff   —  “'Leadership structure' isn't a very Wiki phrase.”  —  On June 30, a spam article was posted to WikiTribune, Jimmy Wales' news startup that argued …
Jul 13, 2018, 3:55 AM - In context

Michelle Castillo / CNBC:
YouTube taps six popular YouTubers to teach teens about false news and is creating a group of news advisers including Vox Media, Brazil's Jovem Pan, India Today   —  - YouTube is using $25 million to fight fake news by investing in supporting global news organizations' video efforts …
Jul 9, 2018, 7:15 PM - In context

YouTube overhauls how it handles breaking news, adding previews of articles from credible sources, showing info from third parties, testing local news in TV app   —  The work of trusted journalistic organizations is as critical as ever, especially when it comes to seeking information about current events online.
Jul 9, 2018, 6:15 PM - In context

Issie Lapowsky / Wired:
YouTube says it will invest $25M in grants to news organizations looking to expand video operations as part of Google's larger $300M Google News Initiative   —  FOLLOWING A YEAR in which YouTube has repeatedly promoted conspiracy theory videos during breaking news events like the shootings in Parkland …
Jul 9, 2018, 6:15 PM - In context

Natasha Lomas / TechCrunch:
European Parliament votes against controversial Article 11 and Article 13 copyright reform proposals, meaning they will now be open for debate and amendments   —  A 318-278 majority of MEPs in the European Parliament has just voted to reopen debate around a controversial digital copyright reform proposal …
Jul 5, 2018, 7:10 AM - In context

Spencer Turcotte / JSource:
Interview with Globe and Mail reporter Susan Krashinsky Robertson on her Globe Primer project, which adds in-line explainers to articles to provide context   —  The Globe and Mail is testing a new feature that could enhance readers' understanding of its online stories and the mechanics of its journalism.
Jul 5, 2018, 6:00 AM - In context

Natasha Lomas / TechCrunch:
Wikipedia redirected all of its Italian, Spanish, and Polish pages to a statement protesting July 5 EU Parliament initial vote on changes to copyright law   —  Wikipedia's Italian and Spanish language versions have temporarily shut off access to their respective versions of the free online encyclopedia …
Jul 4, 2018, 6:45 PM - In context

Taylor Blatchford / Poynter:
How Washington State University Vancouver research director Mike Caulfield plans to work with US students to create Wikipedia pages for 1,000 local news orgs   —  Americans are more overwhelmed than ever by the news landscape, but one researcher hopes a small step will help readers evaluate sources …
Jul 4, 2018, 6:10 AM - In context

Rhett Jones / Gizmodo:
On Tuesday, Wikipedia Italy set all of its pages to redirect to a statement protesting a July 5 EU Parliament initial vote on changes to copyright law   —  Last month, members of European Parliament voted to move forward with a sweeping overhaul of the European Union's copyright laws that critics …
Jul 3, 2018, 6:30 PM - In context

Alexandria Neason / Columbia Journalism Review:
Journalists in California turn to student reporters to cover education, but turnover makes building institutional knowledge and cultivating sources difficult   —  Center Hall, a lecture hall near the center of UCSD campus.  Photo by Wikipedia Commons.  —  It was early June …
Jul 2, 2018, 2:25 PM - In context




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