2016/05/23

How Empire magazine came to reign over podcasts, too

Digiday :: Empire, Bauer’s film title, has honed its podcast over four years, and grown its weekly download figures to up to 100,000.

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2016/05/18

Inside AgĂȘncia PĂșblica, the Brazilian investigative journalism agency led by women

Journalism.co.uk :: Co-founder Natalia Viana shares insights into what it's like to work with a majority-female investigative team in Brazil.

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New York Times Names Elizabeth Spayd Its 6th Public Editor

New York Times :: A former Washington Post editor and current editor in chief of The Columbia Journalism Review, Ms. Spayd succeeds Margaret Sullivan, who left last month.

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New York Times' documentaries: Not only live and reactionary video, but slow-churn efforts have a following, too

Digiday :: Live and reactionary video is the current format du jour for publishers’ video efforts. But The New York Times is finding that its slow-churn efforts have a following, too.

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New York Times' documentaries: Not only live and reactionary video, but slow-churn efforts have a following, too

Digiday :: Live and reactionary video is the current format du jour for publishers’ video efforts. But The New York Times is finding that its slow-churn efforts have a following, too.

Continue here: digiday.com

How The Sun’s fantasy football site uses Facebook Live

Digiday :: Dream Team, The Sun’s fantasy football division, has struck on a winning Facebook Live strategy: Offer viewers behind-the-scenes access to matches -- and, failing that, just film fans watching the game.

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A 'Snapchat algorithm' is coming: watch another social network regulate how many of your fans will see your posts

Digiday :: Snapchat is developing an algorithm to control how publishers’ content is doled out to followers, according to sources familiar with the plans. Publishers are becoming increasingly beholden to Snapchat for audiences, especially young ones, and an algorithm would affect the reach of their content.

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