“Our job is to really talk to each other and push back on our story ideas and the lenses we’re applying to these stories, and then try to invite the audience into the conversation as much as possible.”
“The Post’s newsroom remains one that constantly tweaks, plays with and innovates with its homepage and website, something that is essential in this world of permanent beta,” said Raju Narisetti, the Post’s managing editor from 2009-2012.
The new option will allow marketers to automatically place six-second ads before videos from a range of publishers without having existing relationships with those publishers. BuzzFeed, Mashable, Vox Media, Univision, and Funny Or Die are among those who’ve agreed to participate in the beta.
Recode, Reuters, Popular Science, The Week, Mic, The Verge, and USA Today’s FTW have all shut off reader comments in the past year. Here’s how they’re all using social media to encourage reader discussion.