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blogs.wsj.com - 24 readers, 221 Tweets - Publishers are still digesting the details of Facebook’s new “Instant Articles” initiative, which in the first 24 hours has set off reactions ranging from panic to confusion to envy across the online news landscape.One major consideration is whether Facebook can help publishers generate revenue from their mobile audiences more successfully than ...
fortune.com - 33 readers, 2916 Tweets - Traffic analytics firm Parse.ly says its latest figures show the giant social network now accounts for more of the traffic to news sites than Google.
theguardian.com - 19 readers, 373 Tweets - Managers and back office functions to be cut to make up for a funding shortfall of £150m largely due to the faster-than-expected switch to online viewing
journalism.org - 2 readers, 194 Tweets - The data on the Cable News industry, from the 2015 State of the News Media report
bloombergview.com - 2 readers, 89 Tweets - There were 1,878 American newspapers in 1940. By the end of 2014 there were 1,331. As the newspaper business fades, the civic discourse it has led is being reshaped. The industry’s revenue has fallen by more than a third since 2005, its best year, when sales reached $60.2 billion. Newsrooms are shrinking and most papers are printing less news. T...
journalism.org - 29 readers, 4248 Tweets - Americans are more likely to get news on Twitter and Facebook than ever before. Our new study explores the similarities and differences in the role of news on these two social networks.
businessinsider.com - 13 readers, 511 Tweets - There have been no new Facebook Instant Articles since the product's launch 3 weeks ago.
theverge.com - 2 readers, 7 Tweets - Celebrities like Dwayne Johnson aren't the only people allowed to use Facebook's live streaming app anymore. The company is opening up the future, which works through a standalone app called...
fortune.com - 14 readers, 283 Tweets - Is it a good idea for media companies to partner with Facebook? This image from the animal kingdom adds some insight
businessinsider.com - 18 readers, 927 Tweets - Publishers are testing an app from Facebook that will blast out news notifications to subscribers.
money.cnn.com - 2 readers, 12 Tweets - Twitter stock falls below $26 IPO price. Twitter stock has gone from bad to worse. Shares have slipped below the $26 IPO price from November 2013. Investors are worried about user growth and waiting for a new CEO.
fortune.com - 1 readers, 36 Tweets - Will new leadership be enough to turn the company around?
wired.com - 4 readers, 630 Tweets - The Pew Research Center says Facebook and Twitter are bringing more Americans the news than ever.
wired.com - 4 readers, 732 Tweets - Wall Street's doubts about Twitter's money-making abilities have sent its stock plummeting. But advertisers are having a Moment moment.
variety.com - 2 readers, 197 Tweets - Snapchat and Viacom have struck their first deal, which will be in support of an ad-supported Live Story for Sunday's "MTV Video Music Awards." The "VMA" Live Story will draw from Snapchat users w...
blogs.wsj.com - 1 readers, 98 Tweets - Google searches results on desktop will now include tweets.
fortune.com - 10 readers, 326 Tweets - Investment banker Victor Basta says Twitter has failed to innovate or show enough user growth, and is therefore a logical acquisition target.
businessinsider.com - 1 readers, 220 Tweets - If not Google, "Facebook should buy it, Satya at Microsoft should make a bid."
mashable.com - 21 readers, 9130 Tweets - Create a social network or risk everything. That was the original pitch for Google's Facebook rival, Google+, a refrain hammered over and over by the social network's chief arch...