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USA Today’s Coverage of Young Athlete’s Old Tweets Is Vigilantism, Not Journalism
This week, I did something that USA Today’s executive leadership apparently hadn’t done lately: I read the newspaper’s “principles of ethical conduct for newsrooms.” It’s... Read More The post USA
NPR: Former Tribune Chair Claimed 'Jewish Cabal' Controlled Los Angeles
Former Tribune Publishing Co. chairman Michael Ferro allegedly claimed that a "Jewish cabal" controlled Los Angeles, according to a new report Wednesday by National Public Radio (NPR).
'They don't care': Facebook fact-checking in disarray as journalists push to cut ties
Journalists paid to help fix Facebook’s fake news problem say they have lost trust in the platformJournalists working as fact-checkers for Facebook have pushed to end a controversial media partnership
Apple will build $1 billion campus in Austin amid ongoing U.S. hiring spree
Apple announced it will spend $1 billion on a new campus in North Austin while also opening new offices in Seattle and Southern California.
For the first time in decades, there are no Ethiopian journalists in prison
Ethiopia has long had a reputation as one of the worst jailers of journalists in the world, at one point reportedly holding 18 reporters at…
Londoners troll New York Times with deluge of 'petty crimes'
An appeal for victims of petty crime in the UK’s capital has been met with sarcasm“Have you experienced a petty crime in London?” chirped the New York Times enthusiastically on Twitter, which prompted
Sovrn acquires VigLink to expand its publisher monetization platform
Sovrn recently raised $25 million in new funding with the goal of expanding beyond the adtech business through acquisitions. Now it’s announcing the first of those deals: It’s acquiring affiliate
How one person dreamed up an emoji, and got it onto your iPhone
[VIDEO] I love this story. In a nutshell, Mark Bramhill, host of the wonderful podcast “Welcome to Macintosh,” imagined a "person meditating" emoji, then set about figuring out how to get that emoji
Tech & Science
Facebook’s Watch passes 400 million monthly active users
Facebook launched Watch, its YouTube and Netflix competitor, globally this summer, but has reportedly struggled to attract younger audiences.
Amazon is officially stocking Google Chromecasts yet again
There’s been a break in the multi-year feud between Google and Amazon, apparently, as Amazon is now — once again — selling Google Chromecast devices on its site. The devices were banned from Amazon
Nolte: Trump Cancels White House Christmas Party for Fake News Media
President Trump canceled the decades-old tradition of the White House hosting a Christmas party for the media, reports Fox News.
YouTube Music turns its Top Charts into playlists
Earlier this year, Apple Music launched some of its top charts as playlist series. Today, YouTube is doing something similar. The company announced it’s making its YouTube Charts available as
Square Appointments opens to direct bookings through Instagram and Google
Square announced that it will integrate Appointments with Instagram and Google, allowing merchants to gain new custom without relying on a website.
Jennifer Garner and J.J. Abrams are making a limited series for Apple
More than a decade after the end of “Alias,” J.J. Abrams and Jennifer Garner are teaming up on a new limited series for Apple. The show, titled “My Glory Was I Had Such Friends,” will be based on the
Delingpole: Why Can't We Go to Christmas Markets without Worrying about Being Killed?
Can you imagine how horrible it must have been for those poor souls at the Strasbourg Christmas market killed or grievously wounded by yet another of those "lone wolf" terrorists yelling Allahu Akbar?
Report: Facebook's 'Fact Checkers' Increasingly Alienated — 'They Threw Us Under the Bus,' Used Us for 'Crisis PR'
The journalists who were hired as "fact-checkers" for Facebook have reportedly "lost trust" in the company, claiming the role is closer to being Facebook's "propaganda" arm than actual fact-checkers.
CNN's Joan Walsh Attacks Melania Trump --- She 'Continues to Whine' Unlike Michelle Obama
CNN contributor Joan Walsh attacked Melania Trump on air Wednesday, saying that the first lady “continues to whine,” and claimed that she was getting favorable treatment compared to her predecessor
Nolte: One Year Ago CNN Predicted 'End of the Internet as We Know It'
U.S. Senator Bill Cassidy (R-LA) was kind of enough to remind everyone that this coming Friday will mark the first anniversary of one of the far-left CNN's most revealing fake news moments -- a
CNN Opens Up 24-Hour Anonymous Tip Line For Anyone With Synonyms For ‘Mueller Closing In’
NEW YORK—Turning to the public in their search for possible leads, CNN set up a 24-hour anonymous tip line Thursday in hopes of contacting those with possible alternatives to the network’s commonly
‘Trump infomercial’: Fox News bashed by CNN conservative for sycophantic presidential interview
Following a clip of Donald Trump’s exclusive Thursday interview with Fox News host Harris Faulkner, CNN’s own conservative commentator S.E. Cupp dismissed the whole affair as one big “infomercial” to