Sad that Facebook stock drops more on poor growth figures than privacy breaches, but good news if the cost of a crash focuses management on fixing the problems.
Both sides of the coin in women’s media…
“…advertising is now hiding in “native” content, and the scummy clickbait is packaged better. Instead of sitting in a box next to a trashy article about celebrities, lucrative advertising these days lurks inside content that simulates ethical, feminist journalism.”
Glamour, Cosmopolitan and Marie Claire are looking to capitalize on this new landscape. They’ve all made political news coverage a priority, while some are hiring reporters with experience in political journalism and promoting their content aggressively on digital platforms.
I did a wee ‘reasons to be cheerful’ video for White Light’s Got Issues. They say
In the summer of 1979 Ian Dury and the Blockheads offered 66 reasons to be cheerful (we counted) in their top 10 single of that name…
I reckon Mr Dury had 198… that single was Part 3