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Neutral news perceived as biased depending on who shares it

Researchers at the University of Utah and Konkuk University found that news stories are perceived as biased based on who shares that story on social media, regardless if the actual story is biased. Published in Mass Communication ...

How Facebook has become the world's largest echo chamber

I began my research career in the last century with an analysis of how news organisations were adapting to this strange new thing called "the Internet". Five years later I signed up for Twitter and, a year after that, for ...

Novel semantic tagging tool to benefit digital journalism

Researchers from the EU Media in Context (MICO) project have published highly promising results. These will help independent news organisations in extending their publishing workflows with cross-media analysis and linked ...

Snapchat closes Snap Channel on Discover, layoffs expected

Disappearing messaging platform Snapchat is winding down its own channel for original content called Snap Channel, with layoffs potentially affecting about a dozen people, although they could be rehired in other roles.

New study explores how Millennials consume paid media content

A majority of Millennials regularly got paid news content in the last year, whether paid for by themselves or someone else, according to a new study conducted by the Media Insight Project, a collaboration between the American ...

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