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Congratulations, You’ve Been Platformed 📫
Congratulations, You’ve Been Platformed 📫
It’s strange to think that I knew what Substack was as soon as it was put in front of me. But I did—it was an attempt to wrap email in a platform, with promising initial promises, but the goal of strengthening Substack itself.Sure, there were a lot of things about Substack that looked good at the outset—the fact that they effectively gave the platform away for free was a vast improvement over the model of charging money after you reached a certain subscriber size—but every new publisher that jo…
·midrange.tedium.co·
Congratulations, You’ve Been Platformed 📫
Apple News launches its first daily local newsletter, targeting Bay Area readers – TechCrunch
Apple News launches its first daily local newsletter, targeting Bay Area readers – TechCrunch
Apple News is introducing its first daily local newsletter for the Bay Area and is actively exploring expanding the offering to other cities. The Bay Area daily local newsletter, which is reminiscent of a daily local paper, includes top stories across local news, sports, politics, dining and more. …
·techcrunch.com·
Apple News launches its first daily local newsletter, targeting Bay Area readers – TechCrunch
Tools for Reporters Top 5 of 2021
Tools for Reporters Top 5 of 2021
Well hello, reporters! It’s that time of year again. RevEye My most popular post on Substack this year (kinda surprisingly to me) was also the most recent, RevEye! RevEye helps you avoid making an oopsie by checking if images have already been published online. This helps prevent you from b
·toolsforreporters.com·
Tools for Reporters Top 5 of 2021
A Twitter tightrope without a net: Journalists’ reactions to newsroom social media policies
A Twitter tightrope without a net: Journalists’ reactions to newsroom social media policies
pResponses to this report written by journalists and media scholars. Each focusing on a specific issue raised,  including legal considerations (Victoria Baranetsky), online harassment (Michelle Ferrier), representation (Leonor Ayala Polley), audience trust (Benjamin Toff), and objectivity (Laura Wagner), can be read here. Executive Summary Journalists increasingly rely on social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter […]/p
·cjr.org·
A Twitter tightrope without a net: Journalists’ reactions to newsroom social media policies