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“Remember 98% of the time the people harassing you are not attempting to engage with your work in good faith.”
Slides and cards are a good way to highlight the strongest part of a story, whether it’s a visual component or a tidbit that competitors don’t have.
A new study finds that reading, watching, and breathing news all day can actually leave you less informed about politics and government than being more selective — with the right sources.
Social platforms know transparency matters when it comes to political advertising, but they’re also able to control the terms of that transparency.
The account, started by a 24-year-old special projects editor, uses a combination of partner footage, original reporting, and tongue-in-cheek humor to deliver news.
“People tend to get very outraged when there’s a death, when something terrible happens in the news, and then the conversation caves. But in the wellness community — in the world that I work in — people are really familiar with the idea of practice.”
The nation’s second-largest newspaper company had paid off most of its old debt and still generates positive cashflow. But it might head to bankruptcy anyway so investors can get paid.
In some cases, newsrooms have specific ideas or topics they need researched. In other cases, Storyful has an idea that it looks to find a home for.