It’s based on math reasoning that would be embarrassing from a bright middle schooler. Journalists are typically happy to bemoan the role that Google has played in reducing their profession to revenue
ProPublica’s Facebook-monitoring political ad tool (which Facebook fought) is alive again with a new home at the Globe and
“Our effort here is to understand what political speech looks like in Canada when it comes to advertising.” The Globe and Mail is the new home to the Facebook Political Ad Collector, a browser extension
After four years of handing out money for European news projects, Google is expanding its funding to North America
Projects, which should be related to local news or revenue generation, can receive up to $300,000 in funding. As in Europe, the launch comes with talk of government regulation in the air. Since Google
Being a Quartz Member ($100/year) will now be required for access to all of its stories — one more case of a quality publisher finding that advertising revenue isn’t enough to allow a readership without
It’s time for a “radical shift in the balance of power between the platforms and the people,” the British parliament says
Facebook acts like “digital gangsters,” “Mark Zuckerberg has shown contempt” toward governments, and the company’s “deliberate” strategy was to send uninformed executives to answer Parliament’s questions.
Clicks are an “unreliable seismograph” for a news article’s value — here’s new research to back it up
“People frequently click on stories that are amusing, trivial, or weird, with no obvious civic focus. But they maintain a clear sense of what is trivial and what matters.” Go with your gut, not with the
2009: The internet is killing (print) journalism. 2019: The internet is killing (internet) journalism.
Is there really no sustainable form for digital news other than B2B vertical media? Editor’s note: Jeff Israely, a former Time magazine foreign correspondent in Europe, is cofounder of a news company Worldcrunch
While local media might not get as much coverage as the national press, it serves an equally important role in society. That’s why the decline of local newsrooms in the U.S. has been a troublesome trend
“We have seen this rapid rise in deep learning technology and the question is: Is that going to keep going, or is it plateauing? What’s going to happen next?” Artificial intelligence is fueling the next
WATCH: This is a three-part film series. Scroll down and click to play any episode. Russia’s meddling in the United States’ elections is not a hoax. It’s the culmination of Moscow’s decades-long campaign