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BREAKING: The ways people hear about big news these days; “into a million pieces,” says source
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Sept. 6, 2023, 1:34 p.m.
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BREAKING: The ways people hear about big news these days; “into a million pieces,” says source
The New York Times and the Washington Post compete with meme accounts for the chance to be first with a big headline.
In 1924, a magazine ran a contest: “Who is to pay for broadcasting and how?” A century later, we’re still asking the same question
Radio Broadcast received close to a thousand entries to its contest — but ultimately rejected them all.
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“The strength of weak ties” applies to misinformation, too.