Media Insider: News Media’s Partisan Divide Evident in Comey Coverage, Snapchat Loses Money, Women Change the Podcast Game

Welcome to Media Insider, PR Newswire’s round-up of media stories from the week. THE NEW YORK TIMES | MICHAEL M. GRYNBAUM Comey Firing Provides Bright Dividing Line for Media Coverage FBI Director Comey’s firing was a clear indicator of how America’s political divide is present in news media. According to The New York Times, traditionally right-leaning…

Media Insider: Instagram Hashtags for Every Day of the Week, WhatsApp Clones Snapchat, Blavity Wants to Be the Source for Black Millennials

Welcome to Media Insider, PR Newswire’s round-up of media stories from the week. DIGITAL TRENDS | DIGITAL TRENDS STAFF #ThrowBackThursday is Only the Start: Instagram Hashtags for Every Day of the Week In a world where the word “selfie” is part of everyday language, and your filter choice could make or break your Insta engagement, it’s…

Media Insider: Snapchat Launches Universal Search, Facebook De-Emphasizing Live Video To Publishers, Axios Replicates Twitter

Welcome to Media Insider, PR Newswire’s round up of journalism, blogging and freelancing stories from the week. Snapchat Launches Universal Search To Simplify Navigation (TechCrunch) Finding content and conversations most important to you will be much easier with Snapchat’s new universal search feature. The search bar will appear at the top of the app, reports TechCrunch,…

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11 Ways to Captivate Your News Audience With Snapchat Stories

Snapchat is broadening its appeal beyond its original fanatical teen base. The Wall Street Journal reported last week 14 percent of U.S. smartphone users over age 35 now are on Snapchat. With critical mass achieved and a rapidly growing user base of older millennials and above, mainstream adoption now may be firmly cemented. Younger fans of the app likely are…