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The NYT's Sam Felix and the heart of audience engagement Paid Members Public
Highlights from an interesting interview with the New York times's director of audience & platforms.
Journalism's surveillance capitalism problem: it's all in the ads Paid Members Public
Those in glass houses…
Newspapers are becoming magazines, and the New York Times is leading the way Paid Members Public
The New York Times has redesigned the opening spread of the print edition to make it more of a digest of everything the outlet is doing across all media. So, yes, that include capturing the best of its journalists’ tweetstorms on there. Laura Hazard Owen interviewed Jake Siverstein [http://www.
Live tweeting Trump at the NYT Paid Members Public
Alexandra Ma [https://twitter.com/alexandrama15], one of my current crop of Interactive Journalism students, looks at how the New York Times live covered its meeting with Trump [http://www.interhacktives.com/2016/11/23/new-york-times-coverage-trumps-visit-shows-twitter-can-still-great/] : > But out of all the ways the Times covered the event, Twitter was by
The New York Times battles trolls with AI Paid Members Public
I’ve spent a significant chunk of today reading about AI, for another writing project. That led me back to a piece, about the New York Times harnessing AI [https://www.recode.net/2017/6/13/15789178/new-york-times-expanding-comments-artificial-intelligence-google] system called Perspective to help with comment moderation: > “What Moderator really is