A group of 12 reporters recently visited Facebook’s European headquarters to meet their team dedicated to combating fake-news and misinformation before this month’s European Parliamentary elections. Journalists from The New York Times, The Guardian, Politico and more provided detailed reporting of the 40 person team monitoring
Apple is expected to announce new streaming services, a new subscription news service, and potential new hardware at a March 25 event. The streaming service is poised to offer original Apple-produced content along with the option to sign up for other streaming services, including Starz,
Netflix recently blocked an episode of a Hasan Minhaj’s “Patriot Act” in Saudi Arabia because it was critical of the Saudi government and Mohammed bin Salman’s possible role in the killing of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Khashoggi was killed while visiting the Saudi consulate
Did Bloomberg expose “The Big Hack?”
In the past months, the podcast market has seen significant changes. Buzzfeed announced it was ending most of its podcast production while the online magazine Slate announced a renewed focus on podcasts. However, across the industry podcast advertising revenue soared
Advertisers are suing Facebook over misleading reports of ad viewership.
Facebook makes headlines (without a major hack)
Tim Cook officially announced the launch of the iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max and iPhone Xr generation of iPhones last week, finally ending the guessing game that took place during the months leading up to the event. Two weeks earlier, journalists and bloggers alike relied
This month Facebook debuted its first set of programming. The lineup included news from ABC News, Advance Local, ATTN:, CNN, Fox News, Mic, Quartz and Univision. Programs included ABC’s “More in Common,” which shows people from various backgrounds coming together in unique and interesting ways.
Apple has recently announced a big corporate move: iPhones will now share your exact location with first responders when dialing 911.