Study: Breitbart-led right-wing media ecosystem altered broader media agenda. The 2016 Presidential election shook the foundations of American politics.
Media reports immediately looked for external disruption to explain the unanticipated victory—with theories ranging from Russian hacking to “fake news.” We have a less exotic, but perhaps more disconcerting explanation: Our own study of over 1.25 million stories published online between April 1, 2015 and Election Day shows that a right-wing media network anchored around Breitbart developed as a distinct and insulated media system, using social media as a backbone to transmit a hyper-partisan perspective to the world.
This pro-Trump media sphere appears to have not only successfully set the agenda for the conservative media sphere, but also strongly influenced the broader media agenda, in particular coverage of Hillary Clinton. ONA16 resources: videos, sessions, live blogs, award winners and more. Hillary Clinton Campaigns Dade City Florida. Hyperpartisan Facebook Pages Are Publishing False And Misleading Information At An Alarming Rate - BuzzFeed News. Mining Twitter to bolster your campaign trail coverage. As social news gathering has evolved over the years, Twitter remains an essential place to discover what’s happening, to dig deeper and to debunk stories.
This year, we have seen an unprecedented use of Twitter by presidential candidates, the parties, their teams, newsrooms and journalists. As we head into the homestretch of this year’s election, many newsrooms and journalists are using Twitter to cover the debates and prepare for Election Day. Here are some #protips to experiment with to maximize the effectiveness of the platform: Notifications Turn on notifications for a candidate to see his or her tweets as they happen. And now anyone can toggle between receiving account notifications for all tweets from an account or just those containing live video, which news organizations have increasingly utilized. Direct Messaging Be reachable via DM to cultivate sources privately.
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Publishers tell us they measure value from Instant Articles in terms of traffic growth and per-page monetization, so we have focused our investments in this product along those two dimensions. As we first announced last month, we’re bringing more options for publishers to monetize their Instant Articles. New Formats for Direct Sold and Audience Network to Increase Yield. Tvitretrond — The Coral Project: Kunsten å finne gull i... 2016 ONA Student Newsroom – Denver. Nettavisen lanserer nytt kommentarsystem, som skal gi en «bredere og sakligere debatt» – Medier24.com. How to build audiences by engaging your community. People don’t just consume news today.
They participate in it. People have access to vast and varied information. They pursue news on their own time, and on their own terms, connecting with others who share and help satisfy their curiosity about their world. This presents an opportunity for news publishers strained by shrinking resources and growing competition: Now more than ever, journalists can engage their audiences as contributors, advisors, advocates, collaborators and partners. This study describes in detail how newsrooms and independent journalists can grow their readership, boost their relevance and find new sources of revenue by listening to and learning from their audiences. Viewsources Podcast. Nettavisen starter eget content marketing-byrå. Nettavisen har de siste årene satset tungt på å skape nye inntektskilder og rundt 40 prosent av omsetningen kommer fra nye forretningsområder.
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Kall det hva du vil. Mer presist er det kanskje å snakke om kamuflert reklame eller tekstreklame satt i system. Mobile reporting has great potential, but where are the journalists? Nicolas Becquet is a journalist, trainer and head of digital platforms at L'Echo in Belgium.
This piece was originally published by meta-media.fr and is republished here with permission. Translated by Paul McNally. Media coverage following the Paris attacks has highlighted what we've already known for a long time: smartphones are great at capturing an event in real-time and from all angles. The coverage also confirmed that journalists are lagging behind or are even absent altogether from this revolution, this move towards such a portable method of production, despite its potential. While in the newsroom there is now a consensus on the need to cater for mobile users – who are growing in numbers and in some cases make up the majority of a news site's audience – it's quite a different picture when it comes to actually producing content on a smartphone or tablet.
Four years ago, trying to shoot and edit a video with your phone was a risky experiment.