Tag Archives: Facebook

The Future of News?

We’re fortunate enough to be living through a revolution in the way news is presented and delivered. While the disruption can be disconcerting, it’s also exciting — an opportunity for you to participate in the reinvention of this industry. As we head into the end of the academic term, it’s worthwhile to once again ponder […]

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traditional media, advertising, and the future of news innovation

Traditional news outlets are facing financial challenges on all sides. The Superbowl is supposed to be the biggest showcase of the year for advertising of any kind in the US. But this year, the very expensive TV ads that bring huge revenue to whichever network is broadcasting the game were overshadowed by a Twitter ad […]

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Social Media and News

It’s interesting how many people are actually on Facebook these days. In fact, when I meet someone who doesn’t have a Facebook, I find it strange. How else am I supposed to learn every detail about them? Not that I stalk every single one of my Facebook friends, social media does provide that option. I […]

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Creepy Facebook Ads

When I saw Adam’s post, I laughed out loud. I have to agree with him – I never see the Facebook ads anymore because my brain has learned to not look at the direct right or left of a Facebook page. However, I recall clearly when Facebook started using ads. They were creepy. At that […]

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social media as trusted news source

Posting this on behalf of Danielle Butbul… If you are an active web-browser or social media bunny, then the chances of a news story, an opinion on a news story, or a picture “instragramed” from a popular scene popping up on your screen is quite high. As Facebook (I’m surprised as coming up with red […]

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Social Media as a Trusted Source – Yay or Nay?

Social Media as a Trusted Source – Yay or Nay?. via Social Media as a Trusted Source – Yay or Nay?.

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Wait, there are ads on Facebook? Reading question

After years of being a Facebook junkie, I finally stopped after reading this article on Facebook’s implications on the media. I looked on my News Feed and saw the ads. They’re everywhere! I guess they have become white nose to me, which completely supports the point of this article. I don’t go on Facebook to shop, […]

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