Conflicted Relationship Between Media Organizations and Digital Platforms
September 18, 2018 | Grantee Publications | Journalism & Media
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Digital platforms are increasingly partnering with publishers and journalists on content development according to a report from the Tow Center for Digital Journalism. As part of a trend toward editorial strategy within technology companies, digital platforms are also focusing more on original content and human curation. Journalists and publishers continue to adapt to and rely heavily on platforms, like Facebook, Twitter, and Apple News, to get their content to their readers, even as they look for new ways to drive readers to their own publications and improve revenue streams. The MacArthur-supported report is part of multi-year research on the ways digital platforms are changing journalism and media publishing.

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