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European news sites are among the worst offenders when it comes to third-party cookies and content » Nieman Journalism Lab
Major news sites in seven countries averaged 81 third-party cookies per page, compared to 12 for other popular websites.
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15 hours ago by corrickwales
Navigating from Writing to Publication | Mad Genius Club
This is a list of helpful posts written by members of the Mad Genius Club. It is intended to help authors and independent publishers (usually in one and the same person) navigate the process from writing through publication and beyond, into marketing. It is an organic list: a work in progress that will grow, being added to periodically as new posts are written, information is updated, and if you have questions, feel free to pose them. Although the information found by following the links below was correct when written, it may need to be adapted as technology changes, new software emerges, and publication venues change. Formatting requirements are not static, we want to note, and you should always check them directly at the distributor you are using (Amazon, Draft2Digital, Smashwords, et al) before you proceed with that step.
writing  publishing 
15 hours ago by euler
Elaine Welteroth, Who Shook Up Teen Vogue, Says Diverse Newsrooms Are Vital - The New York Times
“What do you do for free that you love?”

“You can’t just change the image or the stories, you need to change the storytellers.”

Journalists have the power to set the cultural agenda, she went on. In addition to telling the truth and laying out the facts, it is a journalist’s job to determine what is newsworthy, she said. “What you get when you have diverse players at the table are different priorities.”
diversity  publishing  writing  racism  sexism 
2 days ago by emmacarlson

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