Movies and the art of clickbait headlines “We found something out here” is the first line you hear (at the 0:21 point) in the trailer for the next Independence Day film. Sound familiar? Here are some recent headlines from the news(ish) world: This Is What Happens When Two BuzzFeed Employees Explode A Watermelon | What… Continue reading Trends in the journalism business and content creation: movies and the art of clickbait headlines
1. The Internet isn\’t distributing media power, it is concentrating it From Joshua Benton on NiemanLab: The game of concentration: The Internet is pushing the American news business to New York and the coasts “The Internet doesn’t spread things apart — it pushes them together,” Richard Florida, an urban studies theorist. “You’re seeing more of… Continue reading Trends in the journalism business and content creation: Centralized digital power and our virtual world (news roundup for March 26, 2016)
Internet business model No. 1,541: I’ll give your club members something they need that you don’t want to make yourself.