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We will all benefit if the Los Angeles Times becomes a West Coast counterweight to those dailies in New York and D.C. But it’ll take a bigger investment in reader retention to get there.
News organizations in wealthy countries are more likely to frame climate change as a domestic political issue, while those in poorer countries report more on natural disasters and international relations.
“If you post something on a Facebook, it doesn’t necessarily mean that everyone will see your message. With Telegram, you can really reach the entire audience of the channel.”
A study of 6,337 stories about the Christchurch attacks found that only 14 percent of U.S. publications named the shooter and almost none linked to his manifesto or the forum where he posted it.
Plus: Slate leans farther into the advice game, In the Dark goes global over the airwaves, and some people just like ads.
More scale, more transparency, and more help with health-related posts.
Started by former magazine editors, Primer blends editorial work and social impact for women: “I think it’s the perfect time to build a website for women that is a real community as well, where people feel that they’re making a real difference.”
“Social media and search give advertisers better tools to target messages to more precise groups of potential consumers. It is a phenomenally better mousetrap.”