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How to adapt your digital publication to Facebook’s News Feed changes

Experts in social media give advice on how to continue to grow and reach audiences following Facebook's News Feed changes.

Vladimir Vásquez | February 27, 2018

Facebook's News Feed changes attempt to curb the spread of fake news

Facebook announced last week that they will update the structure of the newsfeed in a response to criticism over the spread of fake news. But these changes might not provide the answer.

Laura Hazard Owen, Nieman Lab | January 19, 2018

Your quick guide to using LinkedIn to distribute content

What type of stories go viral on LinkedIn, and how does the algorithm impact the visibility of certain posts? Here's a closer look at the content process on the business professionals’ network.

Liam Corcoran, NewsWhip | November 06, 2017

How an algorithm can decide what news you read online

At Sweden's Svenska Dagbladet, an algorithm combines editors' news sensibilities with reader preferences to create a personalized home page for each visitor.

Rachel Wise, Reynolds Journalism Institute | June 02, 2017

The most essential skills you need to get a job in journalism

How to snag the journalism job you want, Russia’s press freedom climate and more in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.

IJNet | April 29, 2016

What Twitter’s algorithm update means for journalists

Understanding Twitter’s new timeline, the challenges of global data journalism and more in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.

IJNet | February 12, 2016

Ways for journalists to understand algorithms

A University of Maryland professor examines the inner workings of algorithms, The Washington Post begins to encrypt its website and more in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by CIMA.

IJNet | July 10, 2015

News Republic: a news operation with no journalists

News Republic has partnered with media groups and bloggers in 45 countries to aggregate content. Using an algorithm, the website allows readers to choose what content they want to read out of 1 million topics.

Global Editors Network | January 19, 2015