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Snapchat is starting to look a lot like Netflix

Snapchat just took a big step forward in its bid to reinvent TV. The company announced a new lineup of original shows, both scripted and unscripted, that will debut on Wednesday. The shows, now branded as “Snap Originals,” will be promoted prominently within the app and will receive prominent placement in Snapchat’s Discover section. SEE...CONTINUE READING
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Capital Gazette releases front page following tragic shooting

Despite a shooting tragedy that claimed the lives of five people at its offices, the Capital Gazette declared it would still put out a paper on Friday. “I can tell you this: We’re putting out a damn paper tomorrow,” declared Capital reporter Chase Cook, just hours after an active shooter opened fire inside the newspaper’s...CONTINUE READING
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After Annapolis newsroom shooting, focus turns to Trump’s media bashing

As news of a fatal mass shooting at a community newspaper in Annapolis, Maryland surfaced, the online conversation quickly turned to President Trump’s reputation for inciting violence against the press.  At least five people were killed in the horrific shooting at the Capital Gazette newsroom on Thursday. While the shooter’s motive hasn’t been confirmed by...CONTINUE READING
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No, Harley Davidson’s CEO did not call Trump a moron, but don’t tell Twitter that

Did the CEO of Harley Davidson bash President Trump, calling him a moron? The answer is no, he didn’t call Trump a moron. But, if you were one of the tens of thousands of people who retweeted or liked this viral tweet you may believe he did.  Harley Davidson CEO Matthew S Levatich says: “Our...CONTINUE READING
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Yet another World Cup reporter had to deal with sexual harassment on live TV

Again and again, women in the media just keep getting harassed while they’re just trying to do their jobs.  Taking a stand against this was Julia Guimarães, a sports reporter for Brazil’s TV Globo and sportv, who ripped into a man who tried to kiss her during a live cross in front of a stadium...CONTINUE READING
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‘The Onion’ promises it won’t stop trolling Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is getting a taste of what happens when you piss off The Onion.  The satirical news site has been relentlessly trolling Zuckerberg and Facebook for the past few days and promises it’s only getting started. SEE ALSO: Facebook’s desperate for people to take its fake news fight seriously While the satirical...CONTINUE READING
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Black Women Animate is trying to change the media industry for black women

When Taylor K. Shaw learned how few women of color were represented in animation, she decided to do something about it. Shaw created a company called Black Women Animate in order to create a space for black girls in the field.  Read more…More about Watercooler, Entertainment, Media, Mashable Video, and College Powered by WPeMatico
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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
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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
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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
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