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“As a reader, I love the idea of being able to check out a publication without signing myself up for future re-engagement campaigns.” Meena Thiruvengadam
We talked to the Financial Times, La Nación, The New York Times, Vox, Chilango, the Times of India, and others about their early experiments sharing news on the world’s favorite messaging app.
“There’s no point in making a wonderful website or an amazing app if people aren’t going to the website or downloading the app.”
A new beta version would add significant friction to forwarding messages more than once — the latest in a line of structural changes meant to reduce how often misinformation goes viral.
The Continent has now published 53 editions and has more than 11,000 subscribers a week who receive the publication for free.
They…joined them! Plus: YouTube beats Indian news organizations 65-to-1, and machines can make fake news pretty well, but it can’t detect it.
Plus: “Newsworthiness” and how politicians are fact-checked on Facebook, and the number of countries with political disinformation campaigns has more than doubled in the past two years.