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paleymediacouncil:

Quote of the Day: Animal Politico Founder and President Daniel Eilemberg crushes the myth of objectivity in journalism at the Media Council last year.
Full video of the Next Big Thing in Hispanic Media can be viewed here. 

paleymediacouncil:

Quote of the Day: Animal Politico Founder and President Daniel Eilemberg crushes the myth of objectivity in journalism at the Media Council last year.

Full video of the Next Big Thing in Hispanic Media can be viewed here

Posted on Tuesday, August 26th 2014

Reblogged from Paley Media Council

fastcompany:

As Stephen Colbert or any great satirist will tell you, a key to satire is to always stay in character. In The Onion’s case, that “character” is an absurd, alternative world invented to comment on the real one. Every aspect of the fake world has to ring true for the trick to work. That includes the visuals. When nothing you publish is real, every single image has to be made from scratch. “We want to make sure that we’re making our Onion-world fully realized and very real,” says Ben Berkley, managing editor of The Onion. It’s all in service of the joke.
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fastcompany:

As Stephen Colbert or any great satirist will tell you, a key to satire is to always stay in character. In The Onion’s case, that “character” is an absurd, alternative world invented to comment on the real one. Every aspect of the fake world has to ring true for the trick to work. That includes the visuals. When nothing you publish is real, every single image has to be made from scratch. “We want to make sure that we’re making our Onion-world fully realized and very real,” says Ben Berkley, managing editor of The Onion. It’s all in service of the joke.

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Posted on Friday, August 22nd 2014

Reblogged from Fast Company

Tumblr grew nearly 50% in 2013 - and is pacing to grow 25% in 2014, and then taper off in growth in the next few years, according to eMarketer.

eMarketer says:

Tumblr continues to gain popularity in the US, with the number of users increasing 46.2% in 2013, totaling 13.7 million internet users, according to new figures from eMarketer – our first-ever forecast of Tumblr usage.

Usage of the Yahoo-owned social blogging platform will increase by nearly another 25% in 2014, according to our estimates, totaling more than 17.1 million internet users this year. Growth in the number of users who access their Tumblr accounts each month will taper off into the single digits by 2017, when the user base totals 22.8 million users, or 12.0% of all social networkers in the US.

Posted on Thursday, August 21st 2014

No matter what anybody tells you, words and ideas can change the world.

Robin Williams as John Keating in “Dead Poets Society” (via usatoday)

Posted on Tuesday, August 12th 2014

Reblogged from USA TODAY

Did you know Tumblr refers more average video starts than YouTube, Twitter and Reddit?
This is according to Adobe’s Q4 2013 Video Benchmark report, which also says Tumblr is producing nearly identical video view rates as Facebook, with over 1/3rd of referred visits producing a video start.
Another interesting tidbit: 56% of visits referred from Tumblr to sports-related websites resulted in a video view.
(via reelseo.com)

Did you know Tumblr refers more average video starts than YouTube, Twitter and Reddit?

This is according to Adobe’s Q4 2013 Video Benchmark report, which also says Tumblr is producing nearly identical video view rates as Facebook, with over 1/3rd of referred visits producing a video start.

Another interesting tidbit: 56% of visits referred from Tumblr to sports-related websites resulted in a video view.

(via reelseo.com)

Posted on Tuesday, August 12th 2014

The paradox of social media is that it offers a channel through which to communicate yourself while the technology itself shapes and limits what is communicated, and how. All these people, each of them tweeting a tiny Whitmanesque song of himself, are largely indistinguishable.

Mark O’Connell on Cory Arcangel’s new book, “Working on My Novel,” and why novelists tweet about their writing: http://nyr.kr/1sF4avK (via newyorker)

Posted on Monday, August 11th 2014

Reblogged from The New Yorker