Also in this week’s media news roundup: A new Hearst policy restricts political speech on employees’ social media accounts.
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There are plenty of useful tips and tools to help you make an educated decision about a photo or video before posting it. Don’t be the next reporter to get fooled by fakery.
Media Insider: New Media Group Tackles Disinformation, Media Companies Stage a Comeback, Apple News Expands Local Coverage
Catch up on the week’s media news, including advertisers’ growing interest around climate and sustainability coverage.
ICYMI. Here are a few of the top media news headlines you may have missed this week, including the acquisition of a local newspaper chain.
When it comes to April Fools’ Day content, trust your gut. If something doesn’t check out, don’t publish.
Media Insider: Twitter Fights Vaccine Misinformation With New Search Tool, The Washington Post Adds Subscription Tools to Arc, Instagram is Killing its Standalone Direct App
ICYMI. 5 top media stories you need on your radar this week, including stories from CJR and The Verge.
Media Insider: Vox Acquires Epic Magazine, HuffPost Launches HuffPost Plus, Why Fact-Checkers Couldn’t Contain Misinformation About The Notre Dame Fire
ICYMI. 5 top media stories you need on your radar this week, including news from Digiday and HuffPost.
Media Insider: Media Companies Take a Big Gamble on Apple, Reuters Trains Reporters to Spot ‘Deepfakes,’ How to Save the News Media
ICYMI. 5 top media stories you need on your radar this week, including stories from Business Insider and The Atlantic.
Here are some tips to help journalists manage April Fools’ Day content. Trust your gut. If something doesn’t check out, don’t publish.
Media Insider: Gannett Rejects Takeover Offer, NY AG Targets Fake Social Media Activity, Snopes Pulls Out of Facebook Partnership
ICYMI. Five media stories you need on your radar this week, including a mystery bidder for Sports Illustrated.
Readers must take an active role in news consumption. News literacy could help bridge the “trust gap” between readers and journalists.
Media Insider: Twitter To Slash Fake Accounts, YouTube Puts $25M Toward News Initiatives, Sinclair To Launch Streaming TV
ICYMI. 5 top media stories from the week, including Univision’s potential sale of Gizmodo and The Onion.
You’ve read the headlines: Google is taking aim at fake news.
Don’t be the next reporter to get fooled by the fakery. Here are a few tips to help you evaluate a questionable photo.
Media Insider: US Slips Again in Press Freedom Ranking, NYT Loses Subscribers, Twitter and Bloomberg Team Up for 24/7 News Stream
Welcome to Media Insider, PR Newswire’s round-up of media stories from the week. THE WASHINGTON POST | CHRISTINA BARRON On World Press Freedom Day, Student Shares Her Opinion On Why A Free Press Matters The...
Information is everywhere. How is the average news consumer supposed to separate fact from fiction? That’s where the Associated Press steps in. AP has been a paragon of neutrality and fact-based content for 171...
Media Insider: McClatchy Podcast Bursts Beltway Bubble, Google Launches Fact-Check Feature, HuffPo Tries Niche Facebook Communities
Welcome to Media Insider, PR Newswire’s round-up of media stories from the week. POYNTER | BENJAMIN MULLIN With Podcasts like “Majority Minority,’ McClatchy Wants to Shatter the Beltway Bubble A new, 30-minute podcast from McClatchy...
Media Insider: White House To Allow Skype Seats, Snapchat Preemptively Restricts Fake News, Six Journalists Arrested at Inauguration Unrest
Welcome to Media Insider, PR Newswire’s round up of media stories from the week. MEDIAITE | LINDSEY ELLEFSON Spicer Says Trump Admin Is Creating ‘Skype Seats’ Program To Allow Journos Outside DC More Access A...