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Also, has the “fake news” moment already passed for academics?
A big new report from the Hewlett Foundation pulls together existing research on social media, political polarization, and disinformation to show where we still need to know more.
A new study finds asking Facebook users about publishers could “be quite effective in decreasing the amount of misinformation and disinformation circulating on social media” — but Facebook will need to make one important change to its plan.
“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.”
“We no longer look at National Journal simply as a news source, but as a collection of resources, as well as a collection of experts we can turn to on occasion.”
Plus: Verdicts in the News Corp. phone hacking scandal, jailed journalists in Egypt, and the rest of the news about the news from the past fortnight.
Plus: Updates from the paywall migration, the renaming of The International Herald Tribune, and the rest of the week’s media and tech news.
Journalism schools need to take better advantage of the rest of their universities, teaching students to engage with scholarship.
A recent survey shows online media is a relatively young, and growing, industry in Colombia that shares many of the same tendencies and challenges as the United States. Justin Ellis
The Knight News Challenge may be shifting gears, but it’s still an important window into where news innovation is taking us.