Nieman Foundation at Harvard
Negative words in news headlines generate more clicks — but sad words are more effective than angry or scary ones
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Slate / Allegra Frank / Mar 18
“This publication is more than just an outlet generating lots of page views for provocative political content. It’s one of the first Condé titles to have actively pivoted its brand toward inclusion. From editor’s notes to events to Instagram, it has worked to project an image of institutional integrity that goes far beyond its coverage. It is not a place for people like Anna Wintour to simply posture inclusivity by installing a young Black woman and assuming she’s progressive enough.” SS
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