Billy Penn

  • Facebook to Users: Does This Link’s Title Use Misleading Language?

    By David Cohen on Dec. 6, 2016 - 2:00 PM Facebook is turning to its users for help in its efforts to curb fake news. Devin Coldewey of TechCrunch shared the tweet below from Chris Krewson of Billy Penn, in which he was asked whether the headline of a post from the Philadelphia Inquirer “uses misleading language.” Facebook is asking whether this @PhillyInquirer headline is fake? pic.twitter.

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  • Will the New Political Landscape Reinvigorate Local News?

    … Keystroke by keystroke, local news is reinventing itself to find the path to digital success. It’s not happening consistently or everywhere, but the spirit of innovation, with validating rewards in audience and revenue, can be found at sites in communities across America. (See links in the note at end of this column.) A real test of this new…

    Tom Grubisich/ Street Fight- 1 readers -
  • Facebook Extends Instant Articles to All Android Users

    … News Magazine, Fox Sports, FTW, Fusion, Gawker, Gawker Media, Good Housekeeping, Harper’s Bazaar, Hello Giggles, Hollywood Life, The Huffington Post, Independent Journal, In Touch, Life&Style, LittleThings.com, Mashable, Men’s Health, Mental Floss, Mic, mindbodygreen, MLB, Mother Jones, MoviePilot, MTV, National Geographic, NBA, NBC News, New…

    David Cohen/ AllTwitterin Social Facebook- 21 readers -
  • Will 2015 Be Breakthrough Year for Community News?

    …. Jim Brady, founder of Billy Penn in Philadelphia: I do think local is headed for the breakthrough that has long eluded it, though there’s still plenty of tough sledding ahead. I think the growth of local will be powered by a few key things: 1) a move away from reliance on a display ad model, and 2) the continued emergence of mobile…

    Tom Grubisich/ Street Fightin Display Mobile- 18 readers -
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