Buzzfeed media editor Craig Silverman joins us to explain why he cringes at the term "fake news." (photo Craig Silverman)

In the news this week, Snap Inc. had a soaring stock market debut, valuing the maker of Snapchat at an eye-popping $33 billion. Not bad for a company that lost half a billion dollars last year. YouTube unveiled YouTube TV, a skinny bundle of live TV channels for $35 a month. And Twitter once again fought back against abuse by taking a proactive approach to trolls. Politico’s Joe Pompeo join us to talk about a potential sale of Time Inc. and layoffs at DNAInfo. Our Metric of the Week is Instagram Followers, and our interview with BuzzFeed media editor Craig Silverman, who’s become a noted fake news expert. 

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