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“This ‘news’ is there to influence the political process in Germany, and we think it’s very important to put them straight.”
The Craigslist founder has given to Wikipedia and Poynter, with more to come: “I do think a trustworthy press is mission critical for any democracy.”
An extended conversation on the economics of building a career writing on the web today: “Unfortunately, it looks a little grim.”
An average post in the private subscribers group of just over 2,000 members attracts about twice the number of comments as a post on the Globe’s main Facebook page, which is approaching half a million likes.
Fake news percentages, numbers of working journalists, declining print ad revenue: 2016 in numbers.
“This is Fake,” a project that emerged from a post-election hack day at Slate, defines “fake” news as “something intentionally misleading, intentionally false.”
Despite a bad fall shadowed by news about ad revenue declines and layoffs, the Journal has ridden what seems to be a post-election wave of interest in paid media. It’s counting on changes in paywall strategy to bring in even more digital subscribers.
“Where does news come from? What is true? What isn’t? What’s the agenda, if there is one, of the publisher?”