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Global Digital News Brands See Growth Opportunity in India

Global Digital News Brands See Growth Opportunity in India | Media | Scoop.it
BuzzFeed, Huffington Post and Atlantic Media are among the companies with plans to build major online news operations in India, both on their own and with local partners.
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India is going to be the new Internet hub. This is the right time to enter India, and scale up.

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Three of VII: The Life of a Photograph | PROOF

Three of VII: The Life of a Photograph | PROOF | Media | Scoop.it
One of my favorite things about my day-to-day job is meeting photographers who are incredibly passionate about the stories they tell. While they all work in
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These are incredibly powerful photographs. They tell stories that otherwise would never be known.

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Providing Stats & Metrics to the Eat24 Facebook Discussion

Providing Stats & Metrics to the Eat24 Facebook Discussion | Media | Scoop.it
There are many competing opinions about Facebook’s news feed and business tactics. We wanted to provide an updated look into some metrics to help guide these discussions with data. For the typical Page on Facebook in March 2014: Organic Reach … Continue reading →
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Advertisers should realise how the organic reach is shrinking on Facebook.

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Why sites should not kill user comments - Easy Media

Why sites should not kill user comments - Easy Media | Media | Scoop.it
The comment sections blister today with abuse, hate and defamatory text. Should they be allowed or vetted or the section itself should be shut don?
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There is growing opinion around the web that user comments need to be killed. I am against it. It's better to vet the comments, than remove them.

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Call it reverse shoulder or reverse kicker, but it is powerful - Easy Media

Call it reverse shoulder or reverse kicker, but it is powerful - Easy Media | Media | Scoop.it
The reverse shoulder is one of the most powerful headline props available to newspaper editors. It is used to enlarge or amplify the main news point.
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Social Media This Week - Easy Media

Social Media This Week - Easy Media | Media | Scoop.it
Find out the exciting developments that happened in the Social Media universe during the week of May 18-May 25.
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Can this be a killer feature from Google+? It is possible. Much depends on the ease of use. But the feature surely has potential.

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How the Indian newspapers headlined the Modi tsunami - Easy Media

How the Indian newspapers headlined the Modi tsunami - Easy Media | Media | Scoop.it
How do you headline an event which is a turning point in the nation’s history? How do you capture its momentous nature when its every data point and its implications have been reported, examined and dissected endlessly for 24 hours on news channels? How do you announce it to your readers who have interpreted it…
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It's a great example of how newspapers should cover stories/events that have already been reported extensively in the media, especially TV and social media.

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