“Media should be very careful with their level of reliance on other content distributors such as Facebook, Google, Apple or Amazon. This can be summed up to a simple question: can we trust them? The short answer is no. It has nothing to do with any evil intent from these people. I’m just stating a […]
Interesting read on the relation between media and Facebook. However: (…) no media outlet is so important I am willing to install an app, grant them access to my information / opt into their TOS merely to view a web page. I read a diverse amount of publications and am unwilling to solve every single […]
The lesson: shocking material and a flair for public relations may be enough to get you noticed. But if it’s credibility you want, then old-fashioned news organisations still have something to offer. via Why WikiLeaks turned to the press | Dan Kennedy | Comment is free | guardian.co.uk.