By creating a Reddit profile, The Washington Post is using a new strategy to engage with consumers, with somewhat surprising success.
The travel blog Atlas Obscura has built its brand around helping people discover the world. Now it's helping people discover the world through virtual reality.
Medium, an online publishing platform, has announced that now anyone can put their articles behind a paywall. But how much can writers really make?
New York University professor Rodney Benson explains why the reliance on foundations to support nonprofit journalism organizations could have potential drawbacks.
“We realized that context and explanation, we should take those things to an almost radical level.”
Plus: A bill to outlaw fake news in the Philippines, and the question of whether real news outlets should cover fake news.
Plus: Can machine learning fix (some of) the fake news problem? And Facebook wants you to help it answer some hard questions.
Plus: Make your own fake Facebook story, “giant man-bats that spent their days collecting fruit and holding animated conversations,” and the AP’s guidelines on fake news.
Plus: The faces of a Russian botnet, an alt-right newsletter to subscribe to, and “falsehoods in a forest of facts.”
Plus: A new report on the many types of trolls, and what happens when fact and fiction get blended together.
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