Jennifer Risi on the main takeaways from the second phase of Ogilvy Media Influence’s survey on the “fake news” phenomenon.
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After a series of programmatic advertising nightmares, it’s time for publishers to prove brands can trust them again.
Are we simply giving the terrorists what they want by sensationalising these acts of violence and continuing the running commentary beyond the attacks themselves.
‘News’ and ‘content’ are very different things – this very sentiment was the crux of the debate at an Ogilvy-hosted discussion at Social Media Week London.
The Economist, CNN, Sky News and Twitter all weigh in on the state of social news at Social Media Week London.
While many have mourned the decline of the traditional media industry and quality news reporting, there’s another, more positive, side that receives less attention.
Storyology, a media conference put on by the Walkley Foundation, gave a platform to journalists from six different continents to share their thoughts.
Plus video dominates the Internet, UK beer brands fail at social media, and TV teaches an algorithm.
Celebrity chef and food critic Anthony Bourdain and journalist Anderson Cooper talked food, interviewing, and what not to eat.