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Joshua Benton / Nieman Lab:
Survey: among 38 outlets, WSJ is the most trusted news org with 57.7% of the vote; the six least trusted are partisan sites; 13% of respondents don't trust any   —  About 13 percent of Americans don't trust any news outlet at all.  (They went 2-to-1 for Trump in 2016.)
Oct 6, 2018, 5:10 AM - In context

Alexis C. Madrigal / The Atlantic:
Google News doesn't tinker with results for political reasons, but mainstream media's resources and standards are higher than those of conservative publications   —  Mainstream media organizations are better-resourced and do far more reporting than smaller, explicitly politicized outlets.
Aug 30, 2018, 11:25 AM - In context

Study of 450+ websites, associated Facebook pages, and their owners reveals inner workings of partisan pages: FB is kingmaker, right-wing's more prolific, more   —  How ideologues, opportunists, growth hackers, and internet marketers built a massive new universe of partisan news on the web and on Facebook.
Aug 8, 2017, 1:25 PM - In context

Jackie Calmes / Shorenstein Center:
Conservative media is pushing the Republican Party further to the right: a report from Shorenstein Center Fellow Jackie Calmes   —  Conservative Media's Influence on the Republican Party  —  A new paper by Jackie Calmes, Joan Shorenstein Fellow (Spring 2015) and national correspondent …
Jul 30, 2015, 5:50 PM - In context

Hamish McKenzie / PandoDaily:
Upworthy's biggest threat: Becoming a one-note wonder   —  Upworthy is one of the hottest media stories around.  In May, it registered 30 million unique visitors, an incredibly high number for a 13-month-old company, placing it above, NBC Sports, and Us Magazine on the pageview totem pole.
Jul 12, 2013, 2:59 AM - In context

Philip Bump / The Atlantic Wire:
It's a Crime for 12-Year-Olds to Read The New York Times Online   —  The Electronic Frontier Foundation has a word of warning: many teenagers are wantonly breaking the law every day by reading news sites on the web because the Department of Justice's weird implementation of vague laws has left …
Apr 3, 2013, 3:40 PM - In context

Bora Zivkovic / Scientific American:
Commenting threads: good, bad, or not at all.   —  Proposed alternative title: “This post is not about climate change” … A couple of weeks ago, an article was published in Science about online science communication (nothing new there, really, that we have not known for a decade, but academia is slow to catch up).
Feb 1, 2013, 4:30 PM - In context

Andrew Leonard / Salon:
Gallup is very upset at Nate Silver   —  The polling firm complains operations like FiveThirtyEight could spoil polling for everyone  —  Did Gallup just blame Nate Silver for ruining the art and science of polling?  —  You don't have to read too far between the lines of a statement …
Nov 13, 2012, 5:15 PM - In context

Ben Smith / BuzzFeed:
The Long Strange Leak Of Mitt Romney's 47% Video   —  On May 17, Mitt Romney spoke bluntly at a fundraiser at the home of a private equity executive in Boca Raton.  Someone recorded him speaking, and that unexploded digital ordnance lay around the 2012 campaign until Monday, when it erupted under Romney's campaign.
Sep 18, 2012, 11:25 AM - In context

WordPress completely dominates top 100 blogs   —  WordPress is no doubt a very popular web publishing platform for blogs and other types of websites.  But just how popular is it?  —  We just completed a study and found that WordPress is in use by 48% of the top 100 blogs in the world.
Apr 13, 2012, 8:55 AM - In context

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