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Online Media Signal

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Have Digital Subscriptions Peaked at the NYT

by Brian Stelter, CNN Money

The American Room: Behind the nation’s closed doors, with YouTube

by Paul Ford, Medium

Twitter: the future’s bright – ...

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Online Media Signal

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OkCupid Plays With Love in User Experiments

by Molly Wood, The New York Times

The New York Times’ earnings were not quite as ugly as the firing of its top former editor

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Online Media Signal

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The Ravages of BuzzFeed’s Benny Johnson

by Erik Wemple, The Washington Post

The Newsonomics of How and Why

by Ken Doctor, Nieman Journalism Lab

Reddit Looks to Grow Up Without Selling ...

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Was Lance Armstrong Your Hero Too?

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DeathtoStock_Nashville3 smallA collection of longer stories from the week in media, tech biz & culture, curated by Jeff Howland. Have a good weekend!

 

Descent

by Robert L. Kehoe III, The Point

“Until the autumn of 2012, Lance Armstrong was almost universally heralded as a champion of the human spirit and a sportsman whose personal ...

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Online Media Signal

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Depositphotos_19067037_original smallCutting through the noise to bring you the media, tech, biz & culture stories that are driving conversations today, curated by Jeff Howland.

The Demise of the Pen

by Nick Bilton, The New York Times

Reddit Launches Live Blogging Platform

by Karen Fratti, 10,000 Words

Tips on Crafting a Popular Newsletter, From Top Newsletter ...

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coffeeCutting through the noise to bring you the media, tech, biz & culture stories that are driving conversations today, curated by Jeff Howland.

Stop Calling Everything ‘Breaking News’

by Megan Garber, The Atlantic

What the Internet Can See From Your Cat Pictures

by Derek Willis, The New York Times

Businesses are Missing Out On One Valuable Social ...

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A great example of how giving up control of your social media can increase your audience

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We spend a lot of time thinking and talking about how to grow our audience (and more importantly our engagement) on social media. We draft plans, write blog posts, schedule tweets, measure analytics, design infographics and consult experts.

But doing it all ourselves may not always be the easiest way to grow.

I have seen no greater example of this lately than when Down East Magazine gave up control of their new Instagram account, ...

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Remember when social media was easy?

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by Jeff Howland

DSCF3768Remember when your business could post to Facebook and the majority of your fans would see it? Remember when LinkedIn was behind the times? Remember when Twitter was a bunch of tech nerds talking about the next big thing?

If you are up to speed on what’s changing with social media, you’re really good or you’re wrong.

The problem is, it’s easy ...

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Video Advertising: The Market Is Massive, And You’d Better Be on Board

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Guest post by SocialMonsters.org

The explosion of digital video viewing across a variety of devices has many companies scrambling to figure out how to promote their brands in this medium. Digital video advertising increased by more than 44 percent in 2013, according to Business Insider, and experts predict that total digital video ad-spending will grow to nearly $12.3 billion by 2018.

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The public has a rather insatiable appetite for video content. ...

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Mobile and Social Solutions Conference – Day 2

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How It Was Tweeted

by Jeff Howland

mobile socialThe 2014 Mobile and Social Solutions Conference moved into Day 2 with presentations covering new players in digital news, how mobile is reshaping content, how video fits into a digital strategy, and the importance of incorporating a social media policy.

Yesterday we recapped the top tweets from Day 1

Here are the top tweets from Day 2:

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