Will a chart convince you? Okay. Here’s a chart. Dear Mark, We get it. We understand why you don’t want to call Facebook a media company. Your investors don’t want to invest in a media company, they want
So how does Facebook’s Trending algorithm actually work? Very few, if any, people outside of 1 Hacker Way really know, but over at Quartz, reporters Dave Gershgorn and Mike Murphy have tried to piece together.
By Caitlin Dewey Caitlin Dewey Reporter covering food policy Email Bio Follow Before Gizmodo published allegations that Facebook’s editors were biased, no one thought much about the “Trending” stories
ROME (Reuters) - Facebook Inc. will not become a media company, its founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg said on Monday, telling students the firm would remain a technology platform. An increasing number of
The rise of mobile could create “a second-class digital citizenship” of less informed news consumers
Few would argue that, in theory, the sharp increase in mobile access hasn’t been a good thing for individuals and society as a whole. A more connected public is a more informed one, and increased mobile
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Newspapers and other publishers have yet to feel full impact of young people’s shift to using social media for news, report says Platforms such as Facebook will suck as much as £450m out of the UK news
In a memo — first obtained by Vanity Fair — announcing the company-wide reorganization on Tuesday, BuzzFeed CEO Jonah Peretti wrote: In this new structure, video won’t be the job of just one department.