Facebook is starving for professionally produced media, and publishers are desperate to reach people who abandoned them for social sites, so Facebook's Instant Articles could be a good thing for the company, its publisher partners and consumers.
Rethinking how breaking news stories should be covered on the Guardians’ new responsive site meant taking an in-depth look at what makes these types of stories so unique and the value they bring to our readers.
A televisão continua a ser a principal fonte de consumo de notícias em Portugal, seguida pelas redes sociais e jornais impressos, segundo um estudo divulgado pela ERC. No campo das redes sociais, em Portugal o Facebook lidera com o dobro da média dos outros países analisados.
Apenas 1% dos inquiridos revela que no ano passado pagou por conteúdos noticiosos online, segundo um estudo divulgado pela ERC. Já a média do consumo de notícias em vídeo em Portugal é quase o dobro dos restantes países analisados.
Last week, Facebook launched Facebook Instant Articles in a partnership with a whole slew of impressive publishers. And if you follow me over at Twitter, you might have seen that I tweeted several not entirely positive tweets about this deal.
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