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This Is How Steve Bannon And Breitbart Tried To Sabotage Twitter

For more than a year before he became Donald Trump’s campaign manager, Steve Bannon sought to wage war against Twitter, tasking Milo Yiannopoulos and other Breitbart News employees to look into editorial, financial, and legal ways they could harm the Jack Dorsey–led social network.<p><b>Steve Bannon and</b> …

Steve Bannon

Los móviles como el nuevo papel de las noticias

<b>Cinco pistas para aprovechar un entorno en el que dominan los componentes móvil y social. El objetivo es que los medios especializados obtengan los</b> …

The Schibsted Future Report

The Future Report is Schibsted Media Group's take on some of the profound changes and trends in people's daily lives, technology and business that …

Trends

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Los móviles como el nuevo papel de las noticias<p>Eduardo Arriagada<p>el libro digital en la sociedad del conocimiento<p>Descripción lorem ipsum dolor sit …

Los medios ante el reto de un modelo de negocio sostenible

Los medios han avanzado en la creación y desarrollo de productos de información y entretenimiento online, siguen sin encontrar un modelo digital, …

En busca del rey de Twitter

¿Quién es la rubia popular de las redes sociales? Con esta pregunta, el decano de la Facultad de Comunicaciones de la UC, Eduardo Arriagada, puso en …

With “My WSJ,” The Wall Street Journal makes a personalized content feed central to its app » Nieman Journalism Lab

When you think about the apps you most commonly use on your phone, a lot of them have one thing in common: They need <i>you</i> to be any good. Facebook, Spotify, your email and calendar apps — none of them are really of any use without your login.<p>“Take you out of these apps and they become useless,” said …

Digital Media

Former Facebook executive: social media is ripping society apart

Chamath Palihapitiya, former vice-president of user growth, expressed regret for his part in building tools that destroy ‘the social fabric of how society works’<p>A former Facebook executive has said he feels “tremendous guilt” over his work on “tools that are ripping apart the social fabric of how …

Censorship

How Email Open Tracking Quietly Took Over the Web

"I just came across this email," began the message, a long overdue reply. But I knew the sender was lying. He’d opened my email nearly six months …

Privacy

Yikes: Nearly half of Americans believe news media fabricates stories about Trump

Forty-four percent of Americans believe that media outlets fabricate stories about President Trump “more than once in a while,” according to the just-released 2017 Poynter Media Trust Survey. The breakdown goes like this: 24 percent believe that the media fabricates Trump stories “about half of the …

Donald Trump

Contra el antipopulismo

Los conservadores y la izquierda populista adoran el antagonismo. La obsesión por la estabilidad de los primeros resulta hiriente para quienes están …

¿Estamos perdiendo capacidad de predicción?

Esta semana nos juntamos en la Facultad de Comunicaciones quienes hemos estado trabajando con redes con los responsables de varias de principales …

Year of Audience | The New York Times Company

<i>The newsroom is redoubling its focus on audience and establishing three new leadership positions that will play central roles in developing our</i> …

Journalism

Who will be elected president of Chile in 2017?

The candidate identified in the question shall be elected President of Chile in the 2017 general election. PredictIt may determine how and when to …

Chile

Google is sending more traffic than Facebook to publishers — again

Google used to be the main source of referral traffic for web publishers. Then Facebook eclipsed it.<p>And now, Google is back on top again.<p>Over the …

Digital Media

Newsonomics: These are the 3 fault lines redrawing the U.S. media business » Nieman Journalism Lab

On the surface, Meredith’s $2.8 billion buy of Time Inc. seems fairly straightforward: Leading women’s marketing company adds more digital and print audience to its roster of Middle America titles, with People the prime prize.<p>But in that purchase we can also see the deeper tectonic shifts rumbling …

Digital Media

You ain’t streamed nothing yet

Suddenly, everyone wants to be Netflix. You may think there is already a surfeit of streaming options for television and film. Square-eyed viewers in …

Televisions

How to Survive the Media Apocalypse

Pivot to readers.<p><i>Updated on November 30</i><p>Agony is the natural state of the news industry. Newspaper sales per capita peaked before color television was a thing, and magazines have been in decline since the Clinton administration. When it comes to the finances of the Fourth Estate, bad news is, …

Journalism

A Tough Message for News Organisations: Change or Become Irrelevant - European Journalism Observatory

December 4, 2017 • Business Models, Latest stories, Media Economics, Newsroom Management, Research • by Felix Simon<p>Source: Wikimedia, Shashi …

Journalism

How to Get Your Mind to Read

Americans are not good readers. Many blame the ubiquity of digital media. We’re too busy on Snapchat to read, or perhaps internet skimming has made us incapable of reading serious prose. But Americans’ trouble with reading predates digital technologies. The problem is not bad reading habits …

Mind

Publishers: It’s time to give up the ghosts of scale

They look friendly, cheerful, and appear to come bearing plenty of candy. But beware the ghosts of advertising scale.<p>Bad news has dominated the media …

Clayton Christensen

Your pocket is buzzing: 2017 was the year of push alerts and this new report illustrates why

A push alert is large, it contains multitudes.<p>2017 was a nutty year for push alerts, a Slate feature memorably showed. The timing is good for a new report, “Pushed beyond breaking: U.S. newsrooms use mobile alerts to define their brand,” released this week in collaboration between the Tow Center …

Journalism

Los factores que gatillaron la crisis de credibilidad del lucrativo negocio de las encuestas | CIPER Chile CIPER Chile » Centro de Investigación e Información Periodística

La brecha entre los sondeos electorales y el resultado de la votación detonó la crisis de una industria que vive de la credibilidad. Fallas …

El patrullaje anónimo

En el cuento de Gabriel García Márquez, <i>Una Profecía Autocumplida</i>, el presagio de que “algo muy grave” está por ocurrir lleva al éxodo de todos los …

A woman approached The Post with dramatic — and false — tale about Roy Moore. She appears to be part of undercover sting operation.

A woman who falsely claimed to The Washington Post that Roy Moore, the Republican U.S. Senate candidate in Alabama, impregnated her as a teenager appears to work with an organization that uses deceptive tactics to secretly record conversations in an effort to embarrass its targets.<p>In a series of …

Project Veritas

Conferencia COMPLETA de Alejandro Jodorowsky: Congreso Mente Superconsciente 2017

Redes sociales: el mejor aliado y el mayor enemigo del periodismo.

• Redes sociales: el mejor aliado y el mayor enemigo del periodismo.<p><b>(</b><b>Artículo publicado en Cuadernos de Periodistas. APM-Madrid</b><b>)</b><p><b>Jean Marc Morandini</b> es …