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Postcards and laundromat visits: The Texas Tribune audience team experiments with IRL distribution
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“Unsubscribe from antiquated notions about Philly and antiquated notions about the news, and subscribe to a more authentic Philly today and tomorrow and what your news can be — multi-platform.”
“It falls to both the tech companies that built these systems and an engaged public to create technologies designed for social cohesion.”
“Threads’ vibes may have been cheerful and friendly at the outset — disingenuously so, according to Musk — but it may well prove that, eventually, all social media sites regress toward the meanest.”
“We’re growing and learning, but the core of what we do is this really supported experiential learning.”
“I think the streaming economy has brought on a lot of paralysis of choice. When you can listen to (almost) anything with one click, where do you even begin?”
“We believe it is time to consider not just how online spaces can be governed efficiently and in service to corporate bottom lines, but how they can be governed fairly and legitimately.”
COVID-19 wasn’t the most common issue that workshop participants brought up. Neither was politics. What was? Consumer fraud.
“This would sustain community radio and enhance its role as a vital source of alternative voices, diverse perspectives, and local engagement.”