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Highly impulsive people who lean conservative are more likely to share false news stories. They have a desire to create chaos and won’t be deterred by fact-checkers.
“Just one previous exposure is enough to make information seem more credible.”
Plus: Reuters cans its Next makeover, the news on NSA surveillance and Syria coverage, and the rest of the week’s media-tech top reads.
A year after a radical redesign — favoring atomized, live, streaming news over traditional stories — ITV online director Julian March explains how the site generated massive audience growth.
From Lockerbie to Richard Jewell to anthrax: The Boston Marathon bombings were far from the first incident to spark inaccurate reporting about an alleged suspect. Here’s what the case law tells us about liability.
Plus: The backlash over Instagram’s new terms of service, a new foundation to support transparency journalism, and the rest of the week’s media news.
Plus: Pulse and Flipboard’s competing news aggregation models, BuzzFeed’s attribution issues, and the rest of this week’s media and tech news.
Plus: Postmortem analysis of the SOPA/PIPA fight, more discussion on truth vigilantes and iBooks, and the rest of the week’s big stories in journalism and tech.
Plus the week’s required reading: the luxuries of print, a case for newspaper destabilization, and more. Mark Coddington
August 27, 2010