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The MediaShift Podcast

Technology • Society-and-culture

MediaShift is the premier destination for insight and analysis at the intersection of media and technology. The weekly MediaShift Podcast includes a rundown of top news, our Metric of the Week, and a discussion with one major player in digital media. Plus, the Digital Media Brief with just the news.

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#243: How Misinformation Spread After Vegas Shooting; Jason Calacanis on the Tech Bubble and Media

Oct 6 • 43:10
In the news this week, the good, bad and ugly of those dominating tech giants. On the bad side, Google, Facebook, and Twitter were overrun by misinformation during the Las Vegas shooting, with alt-right sites and manipulators naming the wrong shooter. On the good side, Google announced it was ending its First Click Free rule for publishers with paywalls, allowing them to s...

Digital Media Brief October 6, 2017

Oct 6 • 06:40
In the news this week, the good, bad and ugly of those dominating tech giants. On the bad side, Google, Facebook, and Twitter were overrun by misinformation during the Las Vegas shooting, with alt-right sites and manipulators naming the wrong shooter. On the good side, Google announced it was ending its First Click Free rule for publishers with paywalls, allowing them to s...

#242: Pivots to Video Are a Mixed Bag; Cortico’s Deb Roy on Doing AI for Public Good

Sep 29 • 39:22
In the news this week, many publishers have been pivoting to video, but they’ve also lost a lot of traffic to their websites. Did they go too far? And Twitter is testing out doubling the size of tweets to 280 characters, and users are upset that Trump might get a super-sized megaphone. The Knight Foundation puts $4.5 million into seven projects aiming to restore trust in ...

Digital Media Brief September 29, 2017

Sep 29 • 07:01
In the news this week, many publishers have been pivoting to video, but they’ve also lost a lot of traffic to their websites. Did they go too far? And Twitter is testing out doubling the size of tweets to 280 characters, and users are upset that Trump might get a super-sized megaphone. The Knight Foundation puts $4.5 million into seven projects aiming to restore trust in ...

#241: Social Platforms Help Target Ads to Racist Groups; NYC Media Lab’s Justin Hendrix

Sep 22 • 36:16
In the news this week, journalists found that Facebook, Google and Twitter all allowed them to target ads toward racist groups like “Jew haters” and “black people ruin neighborhoods.” The social platforms quickly removed those terms. A new initiative called Report for America aims to place 1,000 public service journalists into newsrooms over the next five years. Can a Peac...

Digital Media Brief September 22, 2017

Sep 22 • 07:07
In the news this week, journalists found that Facebook, Google and Twitter all allowed them to target ads toward racist groups like “Jew haters” and “black people ruin neighborhoods.” The social platforms quickly removed those terms. A new initiative called Report for America aims to place 1,000 public service journalists into newsrooms over the next five years. Can a Peac...

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