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(Kevin Anderson, manager, digital products and platforms at ideastream Public Media. Innovation leader focused on digital transformation and product. Priors at the BBC, The Guardian and Gannett.)
@BostonJoan talks about the incentives for disinformation - influence but also $£€. TikTok tests Q&A feature. @risj_oxford webinar: Finding stories and building trust, relationships with users on TikTok. 2021: Revival of local reporting in the US?
Media Voices Podcast
– Jan 20, 5:04 AM
Last year, the team at Pugpig decided to take a step back from their day-to-day development work and get a sense of what was going on in the wider digital publishing market. Analysing data from their publishing clients and interviewing 40 senior…
Mr Anderson@pugpig founder and CEO @jonnykaldor 'you’ve got to start with the user and this device that they’ve got in their hands, and ask, where are they? And why is the device in the hands? And what’s their intent? And what are they trying to achieve?'
When I teach my class, I just lay it out as false information that is shared intentionally to reach a political goal. And that word “intentionally” is part of the definition where a lot of people get hung up because, well, how do you…
Mr Anderson'Once you start to focus on patterns of behavior, you realize that there are certain people who either do [disinformation] because it lends them clout and influence within a very small universe' @BostonJoan says, & 'others that are incentivized by money'
Public interest journalism is unlike other news content. Audiences do not read it out of pure interest but because they need to stay informed about the institutions around them, said Adam Newby, director at the independent news discovery platform…
Mr AndersonMT @IJNet: Philanthropy, reader revenue, public funding and regulation of social media platforms: all are ways in which we can improve the state of funding for public interest journalism, writes @MarcelaKunova.
TikTok is testing a new video Q&A feature that allows creators to more directly respond to their audience's questions with either text or video answers, the company confirmed to TechCrunch. The feature works across both video and livestreams…
Mr Anderson'The feature works across both video and livestreams (TikTok LIVE), but is currently only available to select creators who have opted into the test, we understand.'
Axios went as far as to name “reviving local journalism” as one of the 10 promises to readers that CEO Jim VandeHei made earlier this month in the company's new Bill of Rights. In 2020, Axios, known for its “smart…
Mr AndersonMT @Mediavoicespod ...publishers like Axios, Tribune Publishing and Gannet's USA Today Network have sensed an opportunity and a responsibility in 2020 and 2021 to invest more money and focus in reporting out important stories at a local level
When Bustle Digital Group's Emma Rosenblum first encountered Joanna Coles as an intern at New York Magazine 18 years ago, she had no idea just how significant that relationship would become. “She's my total mentor. She is a genius at…
Mr AndersonRT @michellemanafy BDG's chief content officer opens up about how she got into journalism, her new role, potential health, food site acquisitions and a Nylon print return.
BBC religion and digital culture journalist Sophia created the podumentary: The TikTok Election. She has 140k followers over 3M likes on TikTok (and counting), and made headline news in 2020 when she used her knowledge of the platform to show how…
Mr AndersonRT @TheFixMedia @sophiasgaler , a @BBCNews journalist and one of @tiktok_uk top 100 creators is to talk about the rise of journo-influencers share her insights on how to use TikTok to build relationship and trust at @risj_oxford webinar today.
Image Credits: Chesnot/Getty Images / Getty Images Google has reached an agreement with an association of French publishers over how it will be pay for reuse of snippets of their content. This is a result of application of a ‘neighbouring…
Mr AndersonRT @Mediagazer Google signs an agreement with French media creating a framework for payment for publisher content and has reached agreements with three major newspapers (@riptari / TechCrunch)
Jacobs Media Strategies
– Jan 21, 3:10 AM
It used to be the big question following CES was this: So, what was the coolest gadget you saw? Most media and tech people have come to realize that it tends to be more about themes, rather than gadgets. It's true, however, that you can look back…
Mr Anderson'...increasingly, the customer environment is becoming fragmented and they're moving across devices and experiences…very quickly. It is a challenge, but we have to meet the customer where they're at – and where they're going to be.”