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Facebook's Mike Hudack On The State Of The Media: 'Someone Should Fix This Shit' - Posted May 22, 2014
Facebook has launched several initiatives aimed at boosting media companies' presence on the social network thus far in 2014 -- ... [AllFacebook]

The Daily Beast Temporarily Banned From Facebook Due To Painting Featuring Bea Arthur's Breasts - Posted May 16, 2013
With more than 350 million photos p... [AllFacebook]

4 Questions With Brian Ries, Social Media Editor at Newsweek & The Daily Beast - Posted June 19, 2012
"Four Questions With ..." is a monthly series of interviews with different social media and community editors in the news industry. [caption id="attachment_13814" align="alignright" width="202" caption="Photo Credit: Angela Cranford"][/caption] So, what is it like to be a social media ... [10,000 Words]

Six Covers Newsweek Could Have Chosen For Its 'First Gay President' Issue - Posted May 15, 2012
When it comes to blogging platform Tumblr, Newsweek has always led the pack. The news magazine is at it again -- this time posting six alternative, although... [10,000 Words]

What's Going to be Hot for Internet Week? We Ask the Experts [Google+ Hangout] - Posted May 11, 2012
Google+ recently rolled out its Hangouts On Air tool to all of its users. In the spirit of Internet Week, which is coming up May 14 - 18 in New York City, GalleyCat and AppNewser editor Jason Boog and I decided to try it out. We invited Mashable editor-in-chief Lance Ulanoff,... [AllFacebook]

How News Orgs Used Social Media to Pay Tribute to Whitney Houston - Posted February 13, 2012
When the news broke that Whitney Houston had died, the world was shocked. Social media sites lit up. On Twitter, hashtags related to Houston and her name itself dominated the trending topics. YouTube's News channel featured her videos. Fan pages were created on Facebook. On Pinterest a search for "Whitney Houston" ... [10,000 Words]

Friday Odds and Ends - Posted October 29, 2010
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The State Of Journalism Jobs Today: Crossdressing Required? - Posted June 8, 2010
Brian Ries, the food critic for Creative Loafing in Sarasota and Tampa, has been promoted to editor of the Sarasota edition. That's awesome. But. They're not filling Ries' food critic position. Ries is still going to be writing restaurant reviews, too. Problem: editors are much more visible than anonymous restaurant critics. "Soon, there will be plenty... [MediaJobsDaily]

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