Media_21
211 views | +0 today
Follow
Media_21
Media in new era
Curated by Oggy Traeman
Your new post is loading...
Your new post is loading...
Scooped by Oggy Traeman
Scoop.it!

Facebook an antidote to mainstream media | Letters

Facebook an antidote to mainstream media | Letters | Media_21 | Scoop.it

Любовният триъгълник между папата-Тръмп и Цукърбърг
Letters: Mediums like Facebook come into their own by providing a window onto a world that is beyond the understanding of the politically-correct media

Oggy Traeman's insight:
Share your insight
more...
Oggy Traeman's comment, March 19, 5:55 PM
Фейсбук срещу мейнстрим новините - един доста семпъл и елементарен пример
https://web.facebook.com/BoycottMSM/?_rdr
Scooped by Oggy Traeman
Scoop.it!

Fake news and the future of journalism

Fake news and the future of journalism | Media_21 | Scoop.it

"We can feel nostalgic about a media world slowly but steadily waning, or instead imagine that perhaps a more decentralized and effective everyday culture of critique and argumentation might emerge over time."

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Oggy Traeman
Scoop.it!

Knight Institute sues President Trump over Twitter blocking

Knight Institute sues President Trump over Twitter blocking | Media_21 | Scoop.it

The Knight First Amendment Institute has filed a lawsuit against President Donald Trump and his communication teams, alleging that they’re violating the Constitution by blocking people on Twitter…

The Knight Institute's lawsuit also contends that the White House has violated the rights of people who have not been blocked on Twitter because they can only participate in a public forum that has been purged of critical voices, according to the press release. "The White House is transforming a public forum into an echo chamber," said Katie Fallow, a senior staff attorney at the Knight Institute, in the release. "Its actions violate the rights of the people who’ve been blocked and the rights of those who haven’t been blocked but who now participate in a forum that’s being sanitized of dissent."

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Oggy Traeman
Scoop.it!

Волгин: Напълно одобрявам палежa на демонтиращия кран край НДК | Медии | OFFNews.bg

Журналистът от БНР Петър Волгин излезе с позиция, в която защитава палежа на демонтиращия кран край паметника "1300 години България".
Според него, палежът е "легитимен акт на съпротива

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Oggy Traeman
Scoop.it!

Do you trust the news, or do you trust your news? In the U.S., there’s a huge gap between the two

Do you trust the news, or do you trust your news? In the U.S., there’s a huge gap between the two | Media_21 | Scoop.it
Plus: A bill to outlaw fake news in the Philippines, and the question of whether real news outlets should cover fake news.
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Oggy Traeman
Scoop.it!

8 headline tips to draw readers on social media

8 headline tips to draw readers on social media | Media_21 | Scoop.it
Stories fill social media platforms in a continuous stream, so drawing readers to your work gets more difficult every day. Cutting through the social noise starts with sharper headlines that resona…
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Oggy Traeman
Scoop.it!

„Гугъл“ ще cпpe дa ни чeтe пoщaтa

„Гугъл“ ще cпpe дa ни чeтe пoщaтa | Media_21 | Scoop.it

Досега това се практикуваше, за да се предлагат по-добре насочени реклами

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Oggy Traeman
Scoop.it!

How The Washington Post is using newsletters and alerts to reach readers

How The Washington Post is using newsletters and alerts to reach readers | Media_21 | Scoop.it

When readers wake up every morning, what do they check first? Probably their texts. Then, if they’re feeling brave, their email inboxes. Readers are inundated with content nowadays, which put…

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Oggy Traeman
Scoop.it!

With Amazon Polly experiment, The Washington Post hopes to capitalize on growing interest in audio

With Amazon Polly experiment, The Washington Post hopes to capitalize on growing interest in audio | Media_21 | Scoop.it
The last Washington Post column I came across was only interesting because a computer read it to me. Amazon Polly is a text-to-speech service that sounds like a cross between a custo…
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Oggy Traeman
Scoop.it!

Как се бори пропаганда без контрапропаганда?

Как се бори пропаганда без контрапропаганда? | Media_21 | Scoop.it

Защо разобличаването на методите на дезинформация е ключово за битката с нея

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Oggy Traeman
Scoop.it!

Facebook - Log In or Sign Up

Create an account or log into Facebook. Connect with friends, family and other people you know. Share photos and videos, send messages and get updates.

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Oggy Traeman
Scoop.it!

Комментаторы. Быть плохим в соцсетях

Все поддерживают друг друга, в психологии это называется «присоединяются». Как собачки на деревне - начинают подвывать какой-нибудь громко лающей псинке.

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Oggy Traeman
Scoop.it!

What’s behind South Korea’s fact-checking boom? Tense politics, and the decline of investigative journalism

What’s behind South Korea’s fact-checking boom? Tense politics, and the decline of investigative journalism | Media_21 | Scoop.it
“Fact-checking” is now one of the biggest buzzwords in South Korean journalism. Google Trends shows that searches for “팩트체크(fact check)” in Korea surged during the 2017 presidential election campai…
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Oggy Traeman
Scoop.it!

Facebook releases an update on its project to combat fake news and support journalists

Facebook releases an update on its project to combat fake news and support journalists | Media_21 | Scoop.it
More than six months after announcing a project to combat fake news, Facebook released an update today. The Facebook Journalism Project — a three-pronged approach aimed at providing training, produ…
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Oggy Traeman
Scoop.it!

The freedom-of-speech institute suing @realDonaldTrump to unblock his critics on Twitter has its eye on other lawsuits, too

The freedom-of-speech institute suing @realDonaldTrump to unblock his critics on Twitter has its eye on other lawsuits, too | Media_21 | Scoop.it
"Part of the reason we took this case on is that we have seen reports from across the country of public officials blocking their constituents on Twitter or Facebook."
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Oggy Traeman
Scoop.it!

Quartz is using vertical video to make its long-form journalism mobile-first

Quartz is using vertical video to make its long-form journalism mobile-first | Media_21 | Scoop.it
Vertical video and native ads with artificial intelligence would have sounded like science fiction only five years ago. Today, they’re both part of Quartz’s latest project. On Tuesday, …
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Oggy Traeman
Scoop.it!

10 questions for your headline-writing checklist

10 questions for your headline-writing checklist | Media_21 | Scoop.it
Headlines are lifelines to our readers. They grab attention, build trust and help time-pressed consumers focus on the stories they care most about. How do you ensure that they are engaging as well …
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Oggy Traeman
Scoop.it!

3 CNN journalists responsible for retracted article resign

3 CNN journalists responsible for retracted article resign | Media_21 | Scoop.it

Three journalists from CNN’s investigative team have resigned after an internal review found flaws in an investigation that tied a senior adviser of President Trump to an investment fund over…

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Oggy Traeman
Scoop.it!

Using social media appears to diversify your news diet, not narrow it

Using social media appears to diversify your news diet, not narrow it | Media_21 | Scoop.it

"The central fear, as Eli Pariser has put it, is that 'news-filtering algorithms narrow what we know.' This, at least, is the theory."

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Oggy Traeman
Scoop.it!

The Washington Post gets more than a million comments every month, so it’s using AI to tackle them

The Washington Post gets more than a million comments every month, so it’s using AI to tackle them | Media_21 | Scoop.it
Some news organizations are killing their comment sections entirely. And some are opening up the floodgates. The Washington Post gets about a million comments every month on its stories, said Greg …
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Oggy Traeman
Scoop.it!

How Roman Mars used President Trump to become the Beyoncé of podcasting

How Roman Mars used President Trump to become the Beyoncé of podcasting | Media_21 | Scoop.it
Roman Mars couldn’t help but laugh this winter when he read a tweet from UC Davis law professor Elizabeth Joh. Then, he retweeted it. Then, he decided to make (another) podcast. “She wr…
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Oggy Traeman
Scoop.it!

How Newspapers Lost Their Monopoly On Influencing Voters In The 2017 General Election

How Newspapers Lost Their Monopoly On Influencing Voters In The 2017 General Election | Media_21 | Scoop.it

The Sun and the Daily Mail sell 3 million copies a day between them. But their decades-long claim to dominating public opinion may have finally come to an end.
Kaufman, a media studies teacher, told BuzzFeed News he increasingly got his news from social media and sites like The Canary, Novara Media, and Another Angry Voice. "Traditional broadcasting and media are on the way out," he said. "Young voters are actually engaged with social media, where you don't have those dominant voices like the BBC." One of Kaufman’s friends, standing in the sun to watch Corbyn address a few hundred people outside Worcester’s Guildhall, said he was more likely to get his news by reverse-engineering jokes on meme sites rather than anything resembling traditional reporting. “The first port of call for news is probably 9Gag,” said Noel Ferris, a small-business owner. “I realised that the last five or six terror attacks in Europe I’ve found out about them through 9Gag. Then that’s framed by someone making a sick joke about it.” At the Labour manifesto launch in Bradford, an activist called Katy Jones, wearing a giant hat featuring the party's election slogan, agreed: "On the main TV channels I don't think [Corbyn] is fairly represented; I think he's often sidelined. I turn to the internet and Twitter and things like that to get news because it's real and it's coming from the people. I read a lot of stuff on Facebook – a lot of my friends vote Labour or are left-wing generally."
Many of the new sites emphasise that they are only doing what traditional newspapers have done for years. Turner says his site's readers adore the shift from journalism as a craft rooted at some level in objectivity towards an industry that produces partisan takes for mass consumption: "Speaking to readers, they enjoy the fact we are unashamedly campaigners as well as journalists, and don't tiptoe around the sensitive issues that they're passionate about." Privately, several journalists on right-leaning tabloids told BuzzFeed News they were furious with May’s performance, given the strength of their backing. One said that, contrary to received wisdom among left-wing opponents, readers of right-wing newspapers often respond badly to outright partisanship in these titles. In public the papers remain defiant and keen to defend their reputation as the arbiters of the national conversation, still selling millions of copies a day. "Some are trying to write off the influence of the popular press on the basis that Labour polled above Hades-low expectations,” said Dylan Sharpe, leader writer and head of PR at The Sun. “The facts remain that The Sun sells 1.6 million copies a day, with millions more seeing a copy. The Sun online gets almost 5 million daily readers, with millions more seeing our stories on Snapchat and Facebook. These stats easily equal or surpass the reach of the supposed viral sites.” Instead, Sharpe said he welcomes the competition from outlets of all political leanings. “Plenty of people come to The Sun as a trusted place for political coverage and will continue to do so. Having strong opinions on all issues and parties is one reason why Britain has such a thriving and world-renowned media, it's not something we are ashamed of."

more...
Oggy Traeman's comment, June 18, 3:23 PM
The left-wing viral sites are also perfectly geared towards rapid rebuttal: When May attempted to restart the election campaign following the Manchester attacks with criticism of Corbyn’s record on security, they were able to swiftly push out lines linking the events to police cuts she imposed as home secretary.

Many articles also pointed to the May government’s continued sale of arms to Saudi Arabia and the UK’s alliance with the Middle Eastern state, with several left-wing sites running stories on Saudi funding of radical British mosques – a story that had previously mainly been pushed by right-wing UKIP-supporting outlets. It is unlikely that mainstream outlets would have emphasised that connection, but it was soon a major topic of discussion on Facebook, aided by the comparison with Corbyn’s non-interventionist foreign policy.

Crucially the lines between what is political reporting, what is political comment, and what is simply partisan internet ephemera seem to be blurring – to little concern from an audience who don’t distinguish between spoof videos, traditional analysis pieces, and celebrity endorsements.

Scooped by Oggy Traeman
Scoop.it!

Home - Harvard Harris Poll - The Harvard-Harris Poll is a monthly poll released by Harvard’s Center for American Political Studies (CAPS) and Harris Insights and Analytics.

Изследване на Харвард-Харис за май 2017 година: ФАЛШИВИТЕ НОВИНИ - В ОСНОВНИТЕ МЕДИИ 65% от американските избиратели не вярват на мейнстрим медиите в САЩ. А у нас какъв е този %?
Според социологическо изследване от края на май на авторитетния Харвард-Харис 65% от американските избиратели не вярват на основните медии. Те смятат, че проблемът с фалшивите новини е основно в тях. Не е изненада, че 80 на сто от републиканците поддържат това мнение. Изненадата е, че 60 процента от безпартийните и над половината от демократите - 53% го споделят..
Тези цифри се подтвърждават и от друго проучване - годишното на "Галъп", което сочи, че само 32% от американците имат доверие в пресата.
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Oggy Traeman
Scoop.it!

Фабрика выдуманных новостей в Голландии: Зачем ее создали, и чем она занимается? | KLOOP.KG - Новости Кыргызстана

Фабрика выдуманных новостей в Голландии: Зачем ее создали, и чем она занимается? | KLOOP.KG - Новости Кыргызстана | Media_21 | Scoop.it
В центре Гааги сидит небольшая, но опытная команда, которая сама создает ложные новости и учит других, как это делать. Ее работу оплачивают грантодатели, а часть команды свободно говорит по-русски и собирается работать в русско- и украиноязычном сегменте Сети
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Oggy Traeman
Scoop.it!

Гери Никол си прави реклама, чрез наивници, които от възмущение споделят тази бележка във Фейсбук и й правят Безплатна рекламна кампания

Гери Никол си прави реклама, чрез наивници, които от възмущение споделят тази бележка във Фейсбук и й правят Безплатна рекламна кампания | Media_21 | Scoop.it
Тази бележка е качена във фейса от пиара на Гери Никол - той я е качил, няма кой друг (може изобщо да не я давал на някакъв гръцки DJ и всичко да е легенда) и разчита на разни наивници   като Камен Спасов да я постнат и репоснат  и този който я поства е по-голям загубеняк от хитреца пиар, който я е пуснал и разчита на разни наивници да я репоснат с възмущение и не схвящат че така рекламират Гери Никол безплатно.
more...
No comment yet.