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Articles tagged tiktok (13)

“One of our first successful TikTok videos that surpassed over a million views is our explainer of where Ukraine is on a map.”
“Our analysis finds that the vast majority of local election officials don’t even have social media accounts beyond Facebook. And, when they do, it is likely that they are not effectively reaching their audience.”
Pink Sauce may be a sign that we’ve reached the next phase in an internet culture that has privileged aesthetic over function for years.
The first-of-its-kind team is offering “views, vibes, and commentary.”
Out of every 1,000 times someone sees a post on Facebook, how many of them include a link to a news site? Four. No wonder Facebook doesn’t want to write publishers big checks anymore.
Increasingly isolated, creators are moving to Russian platform alternatives like VK, Yandex Zen, and RuTube.
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.
Plus: How news organizations use TikTok, challenges in covering white nationalism, newsbot–audience communication, and the organizational behavior of Russia Today.
Data voids on social networks are spreading misinformation and causing real world harm. Here are some ideas on how to fix the problem.