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“There are fewer women in top roles than there are women in the profession as a whole — in line with previous research documenting vertical segregation in the news industry.”
The New York Times, BuzzFeed, HuffPost, El País, and others have all retrenched from the country in various ways recently. But Business Insider sees potential in reaching younger, upwardly mobile Mexicans.
“What I’m trying to figure out is, what are the proxies for deeper engagement — what are the proxies for repeated use and habituation in a place like this?…Readers are not going to read 100 Australia stories. So what’s the right mix?”
Plus: Facebook fights fake news in Mexico ahead of the election, and a large majority of Republicans believe that social media platforms are censoring some political views.
“Instead of using broadcast to spread our debunks, we opted for an individual relationship.”
The majority of Pictoline’s revenue — it’s profitable and brought in $1 million last year — now comes from creating sponsored illustrations for advertisers.
La mayoría de los ingresos de la empresa con sede en México provienen de contenidos visuales patrocinados por anunciantes. Son rentables: generaron 1 millón de dólares el año pasado.
O Pictoline provou não só ser sustentável mas também lucrativo: em 2016, ganhou cerca de US$1 milhão em receita.
“Verne has brought changes to the way we think about information at El País, and how we frame stories to make sure they have an impact on social platforms.”