If audiences aren't reading it, why keep writing it? The Spanish news site Público adopted this mindset when rethinking their editorial strategy — and grew their audience by 40 percent in the process.
False information is often irresistibly appealing and moves too fast to be stopped — which is why it will take collaboration on a large scale to combat fake news.
Stories on environmental crises don't always reach the people most affected. An investigative reporting initiative in Indonesia is trying to change that.
China is home to some of the world's largest social and messaging networks. As brands and media seek to expand into China, they will need to better understand these networks and those who use them.
Even small publishers have a large effect on the national discourse, according to a new paper published in Science on the effects of news.
A Hacks/Hackers event in Washington highlighted different tools and strategies people can use to debunk fake news and misinformation.
By creating a Reddit profile, The Washington Post is using a new strategy to engage with consumers, with somewhat surprising success.
A global study on the attitudes of news consumers finds print journalism is more trusted than online journalism. How does this effect companies trying to monetize new forms of media?
A new crowdsourcing media effort in the Caribbean is utilizing citizen journalism to document hurricane recovery efforts.
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.
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