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How Has Facebook Changed News Delivery? | AllFacebook

How Has Facebook Changed News Delivery? | AllFacebook | Facebook - Social Media | Scoop.it

When Facebook introduced its redesigned News Feed, it did more than change how people view memes and photos of cats — it altered the way stories are seen. Now everyone can make news. But for those who make a living by spreading news, Facebook has changed the way stories are presented.

 

Dean Praetorius, a senior editor with The Huffington Post, talked with AllFacebook about how the way news is presented on Facebook requires some changes to the traditional approach. The Huffington Post has recently been lauded for its popularity on Facebook. Pew Research Center presented findings regarding news and social media, citing a study by Newswhip showing that the online newspaper was by far the most engaged news source on Facebook.

 

In terms of Facebook interactions, HuffPost beat out more traditional companies, such as The Daily Mail, The New York Times, and CNN. How did HuffPost accomplish this? Praetorius said that the company has taken a well-rounded approach to social media, knowing that the story is far from completed when it’s published. HuffPost also thinks about stories differently from print media outlets and TV stations. Praetorius said that stories on the site are meant to generate conversation, and not so much to simply inform, as an old-school newspaper would...


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, March 27, 2013 1:25 PM

Very interesting perspective on "news" by HuffPo editor Dean Praetorious.

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Facebook Privacy & Identity - Exploring your digital self: Mario Rodriguez at TEDxStetsonU

Mario Rodriguez, a faculty member at Stetson University in the Communications and Media Studies department, maintains a research specialization in social net...
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Facebook Chases Google’s Deep Learning with New Research Group | MIT Technology Review

Facebook Chases Google’s Deep Learning with New Research Group | MIT Technology Review | Facebook - Social Media | Scoop.it
A technique called deep learning could help Facebook understand its users and their data better.
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