After seven years in a military prison, Manning was free on May 17th. And over the last few days, her social media posts have been reminding us of the good old internet, before logging on meant bracing yourself for news of the next disaster.
The Hollywood Reporter is out with a new issue feting CNN. And a CNN producer declared it the “future of media.”
What’s wrong with this picture? Yet again, it is 100 percent male and mostly white.
We’ve been through this approximately 1 million times before. So the internet was ready:
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With the media landscape rapidly changing, I turned to Joanna O’Connell, CMO of MediaMath, a leading independent programmatic company for marketers, to better understand how the shift is impacting marketers.
Another day, another chapter in Facebook’s love/hate relationship with the media.
Facebook announced on Wednesday that it has once again changed the secret recipe that decides what to show its users in their Newsfeeds. What might mean a few more baby pictures for the average users could mean a serious decline in audience for media companies that rely on the social network for distribution.
This isn’t the first time that Facebook has tweaked its algorithm (nor will it be the last), but it seems poised to be the biggest change since July 2015 when Facebook became the top Internet traffic referrer — a title it could conceivably give up if the change is as dramatic as some seem to fear. Read more…
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