The tech giants are taking steps to clamp down on fake news following the US election. But how will this impact satirical news sites? We spoke to The Onion, The Daily Mash, NewsBiscuit and NewsThump to find out.
Young doesn’t necessarily equal web savvy, at least according to a recent Stanford study. More than 80 percent of students were unable to tell an advertisement — labeled as sponsored content — from a news story. The study attempted to judge news literacy among students and examine how they might respond and evaluate to stories …
Making video for mobile shouldn’t just mean taking a video created for the horizontal screen and shifting its dimensions. Doing that ignores the many ways in which a vertical videos can appear native to its mobile environment. From avoiding sweeping and panning shots to checking the production value, here are some best practices for brands making native, compelling and smart mobile video. Sponsored by Opera Mediaworks.
Giphy wants to be the one-stop shop at the center of the GIF ecosystem. Now with GV as an investor and 100 million daily users -- 2/3 the size of Snapchat -- with 1 billion GIFs sent each day, Giphy's well on its way to doing just that.
Co-authored by Lucas Graves. A few hours before the second 2016 presidential debate, the Washington Post’s fact-checker Glenn Kessler published a guide to allegations of sexual misconduct that he thought Donald Trump might make against Bill Clinton and Hillary Rodham Clinton.
The harrowing cartoon images in Ca$h Cow, a series about a Tanzania girl who was abducted and then raped and beaten every day for eleven months represent a new genre of comics journalism, also known as graphic journalism. Marc Ellison, a senior data journalist for the BBC based in Scotland, is the creator of this …
This piece first appeared on Medium. It’s time to reckon with some problems that are long past due for solving. After the election, we are awash in think pieces, hot takes and other assorted variations of “How did this happen?” including my own contribution.
Snapchat is credited with jumpstarting the vertical video trend earlier this year, but now the format is really starting to hit its stride. That’s out of necessity, said Ari Brandt, CEO and co-founder of mobile ad platform MediaBrix, which on Thursday rolled out a new version of its SDK that supports vertically shot in-app video... Continue reading »
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