Southeastern COmmunication REview
SCORE: Newsletter for Southeastern Louisiana University communication majors
Vol. 2, No. 49 — Monday, April 16, 2018
Here are 5 ways Facebook violates consumer expectations to maximize its profits
The head of a national trade association claims that until Facebook changes its marketing techniques, it “can’t be trusted.”
True podcast love, in all of us command: This is how Canada listens to podcasts
The Great White North gets its own report from Edison Research and Triton Digital for the first time, and it’s long overdue.
Yes, Sinclair Broadcast Group does cut local news, increase national views, and and tilt its stations rightward
In recent weeks, news anchors at local news stations across America have warned Americans about “the sharing of biased and false news” and a threat that “false stories” pose to democracy. As a recent video showed, reporters were shown reciting the same script bearing this warning.
Managing Editor of the Day: Johann Castro
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