This is no doubt a weighty topic, but one crucial to the success of our country and the business of public relations. Journalism and our democratic institutions are suffering from public distrust. Earlier this month, The Knight Commission on Trust, …
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Strife Among Univision Brass Precedes Cuts
Univision is still the nation’s largest Spanish-language media outlet, but its audience has dropped sharply in recent year and competitors are nipping at its heels. This week its new CEO announced it is laying …
CJR on Journalism Impact of Daily News Cuts
Don’t worry about the journalists — worry about journalism and by extension, about democracy. That’s the take by the Columbia Journalism Review on the layoff of half the New York Daily News’ …
UK campaign says legal mandates protecting kids from online negatives are needed
A new campaign by the Daily Telegraph backs legal requirements protecting kids from digital dangers and has launched a campaign on the issue. It centers on “duty of …
Facebook Pays for News Content
ABC, Anderson Cooper, Shepard Smith, Jorge Ramos and more: News powerhouses are coming aboard Facebook’s Watch, its section of proprietary video content. As TechCrunch points out, what’s especially notable is that the social media giant …
Politicians aren’t just tweeting
Politicians are setting up their own media. They’re establishing live streams, blogs with catchy names and more to reach voters directly. According to the New York Times, it’s partly to promote themselves. It’s also a …
What happens when you get all your news from print newspapers? You get good info, according to this New York Times columnist.…
Hispanic Americans spend more time with social media than any other kind of media and according to the Miami Herald, this is having an impact on the city.…
The New York Times explains its approach to social media coverage of the Academy Awards.…
Media brands being deemed ‘Fake News’ are turning to advertising to address the accusation. Their marketing often educates people on the rigorous processes that make good journalism. A number of these media are claiming that subscriptions and viewership are up …