- Arm the battlements: Care about your search-engine results? Then read Why Google is retooling search to put mobile first.
- Crown princess? Younger audiences prefer reading their news more than the olds do.
- The crown jewels: China's Weibo, created as its version of Twitter, is now worth more than the orginal.
- Ye olde news: Politico wonders whether newspapers made a huge mistake ditching print and investing in digital news.
- Don't attempt the moat: Google News will now highlight independent fact-check sites' assessment of your news in its results.
- Heraldry: The number of low-power FM radio stations in the U.S. has doubled. Find out more about this atypical media outlet.
- Week in review: This week, my Moderating Panels blog considered the fact that Moderators must interrupt. But when is it too much? On this blog, I asked When do you push back against ridiculous client requests?
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Friday, October 21, 2016
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