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A famous media personality was suspended for buying fake Twitter followers

The New York Times shook up the media world over the weekend with a report about celebrities who buy followers on Twitter. On Tuesday, that…
Spotify is testing a new playlist-based music app that’s a lot like Pandora

Spotify is testing a new playlist-based music app that’s a lot like Pandora

Spotify is testing an app that sees it move firmly into Pandora’s territory. ‘Stations’ is a new Android-only app that is being piloted by the company in Australia — it was first noticed by app
Asio says threat to Australia greater now than in cold war

Asio says threat to Australia greater now than in cold war

Agency says controversial new security laws needed to counter ‘pervasive’ foreign threatThe Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (Asio) has told a parliamentary inquiry that it needs sweeping
In this age of propaganda, we must defend ourselves. Here’s how | Natalie Nougayrède

In this age of propaganda, we must defend ourselves. Here’s how | Natalie Nougayrède

Distortion has become the new normal in Russia – but technology leaves us all at risk if we cannot recognise liesRarely a day goes by without reference to “propaganda”. The outgoing German ambassador
Amazon is getting serious about the Super Bowl this year

Amazon is getting serious about the Super Bowl this year

Amazon is getting serious about spending in the Super Bowl. The Seattle-based tech conglomerate plans to run at least two and half minutes of commercials…
Inclusion on Forbes rich list 'now seen as toxic' by Russians

Inclusion on Forbes rich list 'now seen as toxic' by Russians

Magazine says entry no longer cause for celebration after US uses it to compile ‘Putin list’ Wealthy Russians now view inclusion on the Forbes list of the world’s richest people as toxic, rather than

The iPad lost years for Apple’s media partners

Shira Ovide, Bloomberg: Apple Inc. is revamping its digital bookstore in another attempt to take on Amazon's dominance. I can't help thinking: What if? This is a reference to this article, about

This 1983 demo says so much about Apple’s past, present, and future

[VIDEO] Harry McCracken, FastCompany: On the evening of January 26, 1983, as a technology-smitten Boston University freshman, I attended the monthly meeting of the Boston Computer Society, which
How the Media Is Abetting the GOP’s Disingenuous War on
“Welfare”

How the Media Is Abetting the GOP’s Disingenuous War on “Welfare”

Since Republicans passed their tax cut package, it’s been clear what the party’s next priority is—sort of. While there have been myriad articles with similar headlines proclaiming that the GOP is
Trust is broken at BBC over equal pay, Carrie Gracie tells MPs

Trust is broken at BBC over equal pay, Carrie Gracie tells MPs

Former China editor effectively accuses corporation of lying and briefing against her Carrie Gracie has said in extraordinary evidence to MPs that the management of the BBC is incapable of resolving
PyeongChang will host first major 5G video demonstrations for Olympics viewers

PyeongChang will host first major 5G video demonstrations for Olympics viewers

This year’s Winter Games in PyeongChang, South Korea will host the first large-scale public demonstrations of 5G video streaming technologies, broadcasting industry group IBC reports today, as well as
How the Media Is Abetting the GOP’s War on
“Welfare”

How the Media Is Abetting the GOP’s War on “Welfare”

Since Republicans passed their tax cut package, it’s been clear what the party’s next priority is—sort of. While there have been myriad articles with similar headlines proclaiming that the GOP is
Facebook and Google Won’t Save Local News

Facebook and Google Won’t Save Local News

Last spring, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that half of the newspaper jobs that existed 15 years ago have disappeared. A number of trends have driven the decline in newspaper reporting,
Pandora is laying off about 5 percent of its workforce as it shifts to more automated ads

Pandora is laying off about 5 percent of its workforce as it shifts to more automated ads

Streaming music service Pandora is laying off about five percent of its employee base and taking “other cost-saving measures” in an attempt to save about $45 million annually. According to Pandora’s
Facebook’s user engagement dips on News Feed tweaks, WhatsApp passes 1.5 billion monthly users

Facebook’s user engagement dips on News Feed tweaks, WhatsApp passes 1.5 billion monthly users

(Reuters) — Facebook said on Wednesday that time spent on the social network fell at the end of last year by about 50 million hours a day, even before the company made changes to its flagship News

GOP governor declares Super Bowl Sunday to be ‘Stand for the Flag’ day in his state

With the Super Bowl just days away, many Americans are likely looking forward to the coming respite from the ongoing NFL national anthem protests. They’d…

Michael Wolff Doubles Down, Says Nikki Haley ‘Embraced’ Rumored Trump Affair

Discredited “Fire and Fury” author Michael Wolff doubled down on his smear campaign against U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley, now saying the former South Carolina governor... Read More The post Michael

Trump’s State of the Union Address Broke the TV-News Cycle

Troy Patterson writes about television coverage of Donald Trump’s first State of the Union address, including a C-SPAN preview and responses from Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski, of MSNBC’s
Facebook posts $4.3bn profit as Zuckerberg laments 'hard year'

Facebook posts $4.3bn profit as Zuckerberg laments 'hard year'

Profit in final quarter of last year climbs on $12.7bn revenueZuckerberg vows to make network ‘good for wellbeing’Facebook’s profits soared 61%, spurred by growth in mobile users at the end of last

The Freedom of the Press Foundation Is Preserving the Archives of Gawker, the Toast, and LA Weekly

The org will rely on Archive-It, a service from the non-profit Internet Archive.