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Archives: October 2017

Hear it, stream it, or just stay on Twitter all day, like usual.
Plus: A subscription-first audio product doesn’t necessarily have to be big, grappling with politicians’ podcasts, and developments in podcast-to-broadcast.
“It’s obviously a crowded media sphere right now. A lot of people at the outset were dubious that we need another website.”
“We’re telling great stories on the platforms where they live. They’re getting to know those three red and white letters for what it stands for: great news and information.”
“We looked at First Draft News’ guide and realized in Japan, we have very little understanding of where false information originates or how it spreads.”
Unlike other Medium partners, they’re not paid per clap: “Medium has derisked it for us by providing financial value while creating opportunities for us to establish direct relationships with readers.”
Plus: Platforms scramble to do something about shady political ads before Congressional hearings start, and is fake news better thought of as “disinformation advertising”?