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“If you are to create community based on transparency, you also have to create community within your organization.”
“One of the things that we try to do, and I think it has worked well for us, is to surprise and delight. Surprise and delight is a marketing tactic. In our case, it’s essentially constantly launching new things so that the industry is constantly surprised.”
“There are a lot of ways to define ‘community.’ We know it can be built around geography. But there should also be a community of people who care about climate, a community of people who care about criminal justice.”
There’s money in marijuana, but is there money in marijuana coverage? (Yes, yes there is.)
“All of us are used to these big conferences that have a lot of people in the audience and a few people on the stage talking outward…in 2016, that format feels tired.”
“Spend an exciting evening in the company of our top political minds at The Times Center as they deliver expert analysis and global perspectives on the outcome of this year’s presidential race — while returns are coming in.”
Events like its upcoming Obscura Day are meant to help the site’s digital readers discover places they previously only read about.
BuzzFeed has figured out how to make content go viral. Can it figure out how to build community and reach younger audiences with podcasting?
The four-year-old program has helped boost the newspaper’s events business and helped strengthen relationships with the community through nights of storytelling.
“Because of the criticisms we’ve heard from stations and the results that we saw, we’re re-analyzing our approach.”