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(Kevin Anderson, managing producer, digital media, @ideastream. Expert in digital transformation with experience as an innovator and leader at the BBC, The Guardian and Gannett.)
A running list of US police violence against journalists during current protests. Oz court rules that news outlets are responsible for comments. Media companies will need to wait until 2021 for IGTV revenue. Publishers tying events to subscriptions.
Instagram is finally turning on the ad revenue spigot for its long-form video platform IGTV. But media companies that have waited nearly two years to receive ad revenue from their IGTV videos will likely need to keep waiting until next year for…
Mr Anderson'the monetization program is in a testing phase and is being limited to individual video creators for now.' Parent company says that media companies shouldn't expect the programme to open up broadly until 2021.
[This headnote is not to be read as part of the judgment] Fairfax Media Publications, Nationwide News Pty Ltd, and Australian News Channel Pty Ltd (“the applicants”) publish newspapers in NSW, or operate television stations, or both.
Mr AndersonMT @corinne_podger Important legal precedent set in Australia. May mean having to disallow comments, if outlets can't afford to invest staff time moderating algorithm-friendly 'meaningful conversations' cc @rasmus_kleis @emilybell @pressfreedom @nwrenn
A filter bubble is a state of intellectual or ideological isolation that may result from algorithms feeding us information we agree with, based on our past behaviour and search history. It's a pretty popular term that was coined by Internet…
Mr Anderson'People who use social media for news, particularly if they're using it for other reasons, are incidentally exposed to news whilst they're there and this boosts the amount of news that people use compared to the group that don't use social media at all.'
What's new in publishing
Esther Kezia Thorpe
– May 31, 10:30 PM
News publisher the Guardian has ramped up tests of its registration wall to its global audience, with growing numbers of readers having reported spotting it over the past few weeks. The tests were initially announced at the end of December 2019 in…
Mr AndersonRT @mediavoicespod: News publisher the Guardian has ramped up tests of its registration wall to its global audience, with growing numbers of readers having reported spotting it over the past few weeks
As publisher events have been forced online, they are becoming more entrenched with other parts of the business, particularly subscriptions. Over the last few months, virtual events have been used as an incentive for people to subscribe to…
Mr Anderson'Over the last few months, virtual events have been used as an incentive for people to subscribe to publisher paid-for programs.'
In an era of increasing media consolidation, devastating layoffs, and growing attacks on journalists' ability to report the verifiable truth, fact-checking journalism stands out as a notable bright spot. As newsrooms contract, fact-checking…
Mr AndersonRT @paulbradshaw: More research suggesting that those who are already misinformed are also most likely to not believe factchecks - this is one of the biggest challenges for journalism in the next decade
On one of the first warm spring weekends in New York City, photos and videos circulated on social media featuring police officers handing out masks to groups of mostly white residents lounging in city parks. That same weekend, videos of police…
Mr AndersonRT @SamGregory: Don't assume you know what to do: If you have the privilege and/or comparative safety to be able to film the police (or if you just must for your community), 8 critical tips on how to do it well via @witnessorg @teenvogue @PaliMakam
Journalists arrested and taken into custody and/or charged with a crime. Journalists who are still facing charges as of August 2, 2017 are included in this category even if the charges were filed in a previous year. Journalists stopped at the…
Mr AndersonMT @uspresstracker: At @uspresstracker, we're working to verify and document at least 68 instances of journalists assaulted, arrested and equipment damaged from protests the last two nights. We're documenting from protests related to #GeorgeFloyd here