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Which news platform will win in a post-Facebook world?

Last week, digital publisher Little Things abruptly announced that it was shutting down.   The four-year-old company, known for social media-friendly lifestyle content, had more than 12 million Facebook fans and a docket of hugely popular video series. But, all that was no match for Facebook’s News Feed algorithm. The social network’s recent  algorithm update...CONTINUE READING

Facebook to publishers: The News Feed algorithm isn’t why you’re failing

It’s been a rocky year in Facebook and publisher relations, but the social network has a new — very blunt — message for struggling publishers: it’s probably your fault.  Speaking at a panel at South by Southwest, Facebook’s head of news products, Alex Hardiman, had some strong words for critics who say the company’s recent...CONTINUE READING

Social publisher LittleThings shuts down, citing Facebook algorithm changes

From humble beginnings as a blog for a pet food venture, in four years LittleThings accrued millions of followers and views on its social platforms through feel-good content. But the publisher announced that it would be no more on Tuesday, putting the blame largely on Facebook’s algorithm changes in an email to all staff, published...CONTINUE READING

As billionaires call for regulation, Facebook throws money at journalism scholarships

Facebook is an addictive platform that should be regulated like the cigarette industry, suggested Salesforce CEO and billionaire Marc Benioff earlier this week. But Facebook actually does care about the news industry and well-being of journalists. At least, that’s what its latest philanthropic decision might suggest. On Friday, Facebook announced it’s donating $1 million toward...CONTINUE READING

Google’s new app has a questionable purpose: Letting anyone be a reporter

Google has announced a new app, “Bulletin,” that it says is specifically designed to let anyone contribute “hyperlocal stories” about their community, such as someone spotting a car accident or smoldering, dry brush.  But Bulletin isn’t available to everyone just yet. In fact, it’s quite limited. Google says the app will first run as a...CONTINUE READING
Category:Google, Media, Tech

Rupert Murdoch wants Facebook to pay publishers, which is adorable

Should Twitter pay me for my tweets? Sure! I post great stuff, which is why people go on Twitter — to find great stuff. I, and everyone else who post good stuff, should get paid.  Is Twitter going to pay me for my tweets? Hahahahahhahahahahahahhahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahha. No.  SEE ALSO: Current Facebook wants to go back to...CONTINUE READING

Netflix cuts out the chill with an integrated personal trainer

Netflix just got a whole lot less chill.  The popular video-streaming service has published a detailed instruction guide for making your own Netflix-themed personal trainer. Like, in the get-off-the-couch-and-go-to-a-gym sense of the word trainer.  The Netflix Personal Trainer has some of the features you might find in its flesh-and-blood counterpart, and some you definitely won’t....CONTINUE READING
Category:Media, Technology

Americans say social media is destroying the news — but nobody knows what to do about it

Social media truly is bringing Americans together… in our frustration over social media giants.  Americans are fed up with the role that big tech companies now play in the news media, according to a new study from the Knight Foundation and Gallup.  Maybe worse — we’re enormously conflicted on what to do about that. SEE...CONTINUE READING
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