In this installment of the Distribution Matters podcast, Seyram Avle talks to co-host Lucy Martirosyan about how the widespread adoption of mobile phones in Ghana has helped lead not just to an increase in digital communications in the country, but to a boom in FM radio consumption as well.
In this installment of the Distribution Matters podcast, Mora Matassi and Pablo Boczkowski talk to co-host Josh Braun about how young news consumers have begun not simply consuming, but “living in” the media—and the ramifications for journalism and the media industries. The study they discuss is co-authored with Eugenia Mitchelstein.
This episode’s theme music is “Electric Letter,” cc by sa 3.0 Free Music Archive user Learning Music.
As the preconference date draws near we’re in your inboxes once again with some updates on event logistics. Here’s where to go, how to get there, what to expect with regard to things like getting onto the internet, as well as other useful information. Here goes…
In this installment of the Distribution Matters podcast, Lucas Graves and C.W. Anderson talk to co-host Lucy Martirosyan about how the “Share the Facts” widget—a web tool aimed at helping to spread information online about the truth or falsehood of statements in the news—subtly shapes the working of the fact-checking organizations behind it.
In this installment of the Distribution Matters podcast, Raven Maragh and Tim Havens talk to co-host Lucy Martirosyan about their study—co-authored with Andrew High, Brian Ekdale, Huyen Le, and M. Zubair Shafiq—on how users’ race and views on race-related issues may affect what Google News chooses to show them.
This episode’s theme music is “Emerge,” cc by 3.0 ccMixter user Alex.