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MediaShift PodcastIn the news this week, eBay founder Pierre Omidyar one-ups himself, allocating $100 million to fund investigative journalism, and the fight against hate speech and misinformation.
MediaShift Podcast 228: Omidyar commits $100 million for journalism, anti-hate initiatives
April 7, 2017
Futures Lab UpdateWhat if all the content created for your social media streams also appeared together on your website?
FL#188: Assembling social posts with Roundabout
April 5, 2017
New edition of journalism primer on Islam now covers rise of ISIS and homegrown terrorism“Islam for Journalists (and Everyone Else),” written by top scholars and journalists who have long experience in the field, provides basic facts about the world’s fastest-growing religion and the Americans who practice it.
April 4, 2017
The Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute has selected six fellowhip projects for 2017-2018 that will focus on filter bubbles, bite-size training and business-side analytics.
MediaShift PodcastIn the news this week, Congress passes legislation that will roll back an Obama-era rule that would force internet service providers to ask permission before selling your browsing data. What does that mean?
MediaShift Podcast 227: Congress sells out on online privacy; BuzzFeed readying IPO for 2018
March 31, 2017
View videos and presentations from Distribution: What do you really own? What do you really want? here.
RJI in the newsThe email newsletter in 2017 is a core product for national newspapers, digital media brands, platforms, and local news because it’s simply the best available channel to directly reach users on a daily basis.
Mediashift: How personalization can rebuild trust in media
March 28, 2017
MediaShift PodcastIn the news this week, Google has been subject to an advertising boycott in the U.K. by various brands who don’t want to be seen next to extremist videos on YouTube. The tech giant announced better controls for advertisers in a bid to win them back.
MediaShift Podcast 226: Google fights ad boycott in U.K.; Alt-right sites in turmoil
March 24, 2017
Dodging the Memory Hole 2016: Saving Online NewsTim Groeling is a professor and former chair of the UCLA Department of Communication Studies.
Tim Groeling: Preserving TV News
March 22, 2017
The end of the beginning: Viar and virtual reality may change the order in which a story is toldWhile the amazing visual impact of 360-degree virtual reality is a hot topic in the journalism world, a less obvious aspect of VR could change the very nature of storytelling.
March 22, 2017