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“Trust me, this is really, really great even though you don’t know who’s talking and there’s nothing to look at and I’m asking you to focus for 40 seconds!”
“What Rolltape represents to me is an attempt to carve out a whole new digital space that requests a completely different kind of social interaction: sincerely, thoughtfully, slowly.”
The UX innovation we need. Plus: public radio executive pay, a boom in custom branded podcasts, and the aging of NPR’s audience.
In this excerpt from his new book, Alfred Hermida explores the connection between moral violation and Facebook likes.
Even as they try to beef up video views on their own sites, news outlets should stay aware of viral opportunities that might exist on other platforms like YouTube.
Or at least explain what Upworthy means for the future of online content.
Plus: Ezra Klein and the personal-franchise model of news, Al Jazeera journalists charged in Egypt, and the rest of the week’s media and tech news.
What happens to sharing when you break the most remarkable 30 seconds out of a 10-minute audio piece?
Plus: A shield-law victory, messaging changes at Twitter and commenting changes at HuffPo, and rest of the week’s news in media and tech.