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Jon Talton / Rogue Columnist:
A look back at the importance of newspapers and their buildings amid a wave of demolitions   —  Apparently, most Americans learned about the death spiral of metropolitan newspapers and the consequences from watching John Oliver.  Then they went back to kitten videos on social media.
Aug 29, 2016, 6:40 AM - In context

Ingrid Cobben / WAN-IFRA:
Q&A with editor-in-chief Lea Korsgaard of Denmark's Zetland on building a reader-funded publication   —  In order to succeed in the new media market, you have to rethink the relationship between journalists and readers, according to Danish publication Zetland, which is well on the way to building …
Aug 29, 2016, 12:10 AM - In context

Jeet Heer / New Republic:
Gawker's demise signifies the end of a golden age of blogging, done in by social media, podcasts, GIFs, and broader media consolidation   —  The demise of also marks the end of the utopian promise of blogging.  Here's what killed them.  —  For the media-savvy members of a certain generation …
Aug 28, 2016, 10:00 AM - In context

Nausicaa Renner / Columbia Journalism Review:
Interview with The Coral Project's director Andrew Losowsky on Trust, Ask, and Talk, the open source tools it's developing for improving comment sections   —  NPR last week announced its decision to shut down comments on its website in favor of comments on social media—saying “the audience itself has decided.”
Aug 28, 2016, 6:55 AM - In context

Brian Feldman / New York Magazine:
To serve advertisers, digital media companies are shifting away from text and pictures toward video, a hard move for small web properties with few resources   —  It's been a big, weird year for the media industry.  Gawker, the pioneering blog, declared bankruptcy and was sold off to Univision …
Aug 28, 2016, 12:45 AM - In context

Inside NBC's Olympic live streaming operation, which required a remote support staff of 1,100+ in Stamford, Connecticut   —  For NBC, this year's Olympic Games coverage was more than just a series of household rating points: it was a moment of truth in a fast-changing media world.
Aug 27, 2016, 6:35 PM - In context

Oliver Darcy / Business Insider:
The dominance of Drudge, Breitbart, Hannity, and Coulter and their Trump support have damaged Republican party, other conservative media figures say   —  Sean Hannity, sitting comfortably in his air-conditioned New York studios on a hot August afternoon, was on a fiery rant.
Aug 27, 2016, 12:20 PM - In context

Breitbart News and the far-right views it amplifies gain visibility during US presidential campaign   —  Breitbart News has arrived.  —  The opinion and news site, once a curiosity of the fringe right wing, is now an increasingly powerful voice, and virtual rallying spot …
Aug 27, 2016, 7:15 AM - In context

Sources: Facebook letting go of entire Trending Topics editorial staff, consisting of 15-18 workers contracted through a third party   —  Facebook will no longer employ humans to write descriptions for items in its Trending section, which attracted controversy over allegations of political bias in May.
Aug 26, 2016, 7:45 PM - In context

Facebook will now select stories and excerpts automatically for Trending topic pages, show topics instead of story descriptions in Trending section   —  Today, we're making some changes to the Trending feature on Facebook that will make the product more automated and will no longer require people …
Aug 26, 2016, 4:06 PM - In context

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