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Jay Rosen

Trump will go to the New York Times tomorrow.…
We have to talk about user behavior when we talk about Facebook's election news performance.…
You wanted more listening, didn't you? Not what you had in mind? Maybe a little more precision is needed.
Facebook has to step forward and defend truth against its counterfeits… says @jimrutenberg
Presented without comment.
In his "what it takes to be informed" essays @brianstelter is slowly developing a unique position in American media.
"As the election drew closer, engagement for fake content on Facebook skyrocketed..."…
From an interview with me posted today on @Salon. The link:…
....@jonathanchait describing how his initial assessment of Trump's candidacy was wrong.…
From my latest post, if you missed it. "Speaking truth to audience power."…
"Freedom of the press belongs to everyone" ~ @jayrosen_nyu
Retweeted by Jay Rosen
This is @RossBarkan's best point, in my opinion. Read his piece:…
Amusing: Brian Williams tells @MarkHalperin he's been kinda bullish on Trump. Halperin GLARES back. via @steveking_
Trying to think of what kind of "live" election coverage I might want to do. This is NBC's plan, via @mlcalderone
At 1:05 in this clip, listen to how @KatyTurNBC says the words "on a daily basis" to refute Trump. The emotion...
Shine, @KatyTurNBC, shine. Trump attacked her by name today, and turned his crowd on her. Watch this elegant reply.
I think it's fair to say this is the number one GIF of the 2016 campaign. Via @DylanByers
The Guardian kicks off its membership program. Very similar to public radio's.…
This is a trigger for @JoeNBC so expect a response.…
One of the funnier rituals in journalism is 'bigger dick' contests over who has the read on real people. via Stelter
Key phrase in newswriting for the 2016 election: "without evidence."
Asymmetry fries the circuits of the mainstream press.…
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