NPR, formerly National Public Radio, is a privately and publicly funded non-profit membership media organization that serves as a national syndicator to a network of 900 public radio stations in the United States.NPR produces and distributes news and cultural programming. Individual public radio stations are not required to broadcast all NPR programs that are produced. Most public radio stations broadcast a mixture of NPR programs, content from rival providers American Public Media, Public Radio International and Public Radio Exchange, and locally produced programs.
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  • The Podcast Payoff

    … Welcome to The Podcast Payoff, our series on how marketers are taking advantage of the audio revolution. In the coming weeks we’ll roll out episodes that tackle how brand marketers are reaching new audiences, building new content, and measuring results through podcasting. Episode One – The Audience Episode Two – The Content Coming Soon…

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  • How Facebook Can Build Or Destroy An Entrepreneur’s Career

    … How Facebook Can Build Or Destroy An Entrepreneur’s Career February 17, 2017 by Meagan Freeman Leave a Comment The world is starting to realize that Facebook is much more than an entertainment source. This social media giant has become pretty powerful. In fact, some rely on the site for their wellbeing. So, what happens when Facebook decides…

    The Blog Heraldin Social Facebook How To's- 24 readers -
  • Where Did Facebook Fall on the List of Top Election News Sources?

    … Clinton, but the gap was nowhere near as wide: 19 percent cited CNN as their top news source, while MSNBC, Facebook, local television news, NPR, ABC, The New York Times and CBS were all named by between 5 percent and 9 percent of Clinton supporters. 7 percent of Trump supporters said they got their election news from Facebook, along with 8 percent of Clinton supporters. Readers: What was your top source of election news? Image of news on smartphone courtesy of Shutterstock. …

    David Cohen/ Inside Facebookin Social Facebook- 30 readers -
  • How the Election Started a Fact-Checking Content Boom

    … Today in the shower, I noticed for the first time that Dove Sensitive Skin Nourishing Body Wash is “#1 Dermatologist Recommended.” Really? Which dermatologist(s)? I flipped the bottle around, expecting to find a source for the claim. Nada. Last month, I wrote a story for The Content Strategist about how brands should fact-check their content…

    The Content Strategistin Content How To's- 22 readers -
  • Google Play Books Updated With Discover Feature on Android

    … Google announced the release of a Discover feature in Google Play Books on Android. The feature allows users to find new books by browsing reviews, news, lists, videos and more. The Discover section in Google Play Books features news stories, reviews, lists and videos about books from “trusted sources” around the web, such as NPR…

    AllFacebookin Google- 17 readers -
  • How Snapchat, Facebook and Instagram Are Reinventing Niche Marketing

    … snaps of her OOTDs (outfit of the day), then progressing to higher-quality style pictures. She tagged brands and was regrammed, winning over users looking for something unique and different. Facebook is going Live These days, millennials and Generation Z are all about skimming and “snackable content.” In fact, a study by Slate found that 38 percent…

    AllTwitterin Social Twitter YouTube- 23 readers -
  • A Journalist’s Guide to Sponsored Content Ethics

    … This article originally appeared on Current and has been reprinted here with permission. Freelancers aspiring to write for NPR might start by taking a spin through its ethics handbook, lengthy as it is. That’s because the “living document,” available on NPR’s website, pertains to contract workers as much as staffers—and could have implications…

    The Content Strategistin Content- 15 readers -
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