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“At the beginning, we were very upset. But at the end, we can thank it because it exploded the bubble we were living in.”
Stations in our sample posted an an average of just over 50 percent local content, using an an extremely generous threshold for “local” content.
“People have a great deal of time and emotional energy invested in their online communities. Asking them to throw these connections out and move to another network is a nonstarter.”
What’s clear is that Facebook has plenty of data from users already, which it can — will — use in conjunction with its two-question survey.
“Let’s put the nail in the coffin of chasing clicks and likes.”
The idea that the value of a piece of news is defined by likes and comments — that taking in information without getting into a back-and-forth with your uncle about it is somehow unworthy — is actually a profoundly ideological statement.