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    Here’s what we know so far about Google Chrome’s mobile article recommendations, the next major traffic driver for publishers
    It’s driving over 100 million visits a month to news sites in the United States — on Android alone. And it’s an even bigger factor in France, Argentina, Brazil, and elsewhere.
    By Josh Schwartz
    Homepages may be dead, but are daily news podcasts the new front page?
    Plus: What’s going on with Stitcher Premium, Gimlet isn’t actually going to buy NPR One, and how membership works in the age of podcasts.
    By Nicholas Quah
    What The Guardian’s Mobile Innovation Lab has learned after two years of experimenting with better news delivery on phones
    Two dozen experiments, one Brexit and one U.S. presidential election, and hundreds of thousands of readers later, the Mobile Innovation Lab has some thoughts about what newsroom innovation and experimentation requires on a practical level.
    By Shan Wang
    Enough with the “round-robin hot takes”: Techmeme tries a new kind of aggregation show
    Plus: Continued steady, unsexy growth for podcasts, The New York Times tries windowing with Caliphate, and in-car podcast listening is growing while audiobook listening stays flat.
    By Nicholas Quah
    What do Xi Jinping and Winnie the Pooh have in common? They’re both flagged by Chinese censors
    They’re just a few of countless names, codewords, memes, and phrases that have been blocked. Weiboscope, a project out of the University of Hong Kong, since 2011 has tracked deleted posts on Weibo, collecting a substantial dataset of the types of terms and content that triggers censors.
    By Shan Wang
    What The Guardian has learned trying to build a more intelligent story format — one that knows what you know
    Like Circa before it, The Guardian aims to atomize a big breaking story into its individual parts — and then be smart about showing you the right ones at the right time.
    By Mazin Sidahmed
    Podcast publishers, start preserving your stuff. (This podcast will tell you how.)
    Plus: Anchor relaunches (and where are we with social audio?), a McDonald’s podcast is an utterly fascinating artifact, and more media pariahs move to podcasts (this time, it’s Logan Paul).
    By Nicholas Quah
    The Guardian’s new podcast player for the web tries to make listening a little more interactive (but not interruptive)
    The Guardian Mobile Innovation Lab’s podcast player for the mobile web lets you listen to a show without using a podcast app, and get phone notifications that point you to links and graphics at relevant points in the story as the audio plays.
    By Shan Wang
    Subcast wants to bring podcast publishers and smart-speaker users together
    Plus: A new media format from Spotify, Vox partners on the official NBC Olympics Podcast, and where Relay FM is at.
    By Nicholas Quah
    What the rise of the smart speaker might mean for podcasts (and on-demand audio in general)
    Plus: In-car podcasts, Apple commissions an original TV show about a true crime podcast gone viral, and what’s going on with Podtrac?
    By Nicholas Quah
    Automated, live fact-checks during the State of the Union? The Tech & Check Cooperative’s first beta test hopes to pull it off
    Is automated fact-checking the “holy grail” for this corner of journalism?
    By Christine Schmidt
    Mobile Majority: How phones are changing news
    Here’s what we know so far about Google Chrome’s mobile article recommendations, the next major traffic driver for publishers
    It’s driving over 100 million visits a month to news sites in the United States — on Android alone. And it’s an even bigger factor in France, Argentina, Brazil, and elsewhere.
    By Josh Schwartz
    Homepages may be dead, but are daily news podcasts the new front page?
    Plus: What’s going on with Stitcher Premium, Gimlet isn’t actually going to buy NPR One, and how membership works in the age of podcasts.
    What The Guardian’s Mobile Innovation Lab has learned after two years of experimenting with better news delivery on phones
    Two dozen experiments, one Brexit and one U.S. presidential election, and hundreds of thousands of readers later, the Mobile Innovation Lab has some thoughts about what newsroom innovation and experimentation requires on a practical level.
    What We’re Reading
    Wall Street Journal / Benjamin Mullin
    “Taboola has inked a deal with Chinese smartphone manufacturer ZTE Corp. to incorporate a new feature that displays Taboola’s recommended links on some of its phones, the companies announced Wednesday. The module will initially include only links to news and lifestyle stories from some existing publishing partners, although the company may eventually expand to include paid links from content marketers, according to Taboola Chief Executive Adam Singolda.”
    Wired / Felix Salmon
    “[W]e come to Act 4, Vox’s new podcast, Today Explained — a daily news podcast which has had ultrahigh production values from inception. That kind of up-front commitment, without any guarantee of popularity or commercial success, would have been unthinkable just a few months ago: It’s a big-money move that even Gimlet and The New York Times didn’t dare attempt — let alone public radio stations, which are by nature more fiscally cautious.”
    Bloomberg / Selina Wang
    “The company has a working demo of the camera-centered product, according to people who have seen it, but the design hasn’t been finalized, nor has the timing of its debut. The tool could change significantly over the next several months, they said. The goal of the new feature is to entice people to share video clips of what’s happening around them.”
    Digiday / Lucia Moses
    The percentage of Self’s audience that returns to its Discover Stories at least three times a week is more than 50 percent. As a standalone channel, Snapchat is profitable for Self, according to parent company Condé Nast. (Self folded its print edition at the end of 2016 as part of a consolidation of Condé Nast’s magazines.)
    Recode / Rani Molla
    Overall, worldwide mobile data traffic will increase to 110 exabytes per month in 2023, according to , or the equivalent of 5.5 million years of streaming HD video. It’s eight times the 14 exabytes per month we used in 2017.
    CNBC / Sara Salinas
    Snap has long been plagued by criticism that the app is difficult to navigate and not intuitive, dragging daily active users below estimates and burying paid publisher content. The update will start rolling out to some users this week.
    The Splice Newsroom / Joshua Carroll
    “Podcast platforms popular elsewhere are little used in Myanmar. SoundCloud puts off many because Android users must download the app to listen, and few people in the country have iPhones. To get around that, Doh Athan can be streamed directly from Facebook, a platform that dominates Myanmar’s internet.”
    Bloomberg.com / Adam Satariano and Lulu Yilun Chen
    “Tencent has experience turning its apps into big money-makers by adding games, newsfeeds and advertising. Taking a stake in Snap also could help the Chinese company expand outside its home market.”
    Design at NPR / Libby Bawcombe
    “The app design hasn’t significantly changed since it launched in 2009, so our users have been willing to trade polish for utility.”
    The Economist
    “A Snapchat script is broken down into at least 14 snaps, with words and visual ideas for each, plus links to the articles that might be added as content that the user swipes up to read. Editors, designers and animators then build all the visuals to produce the edition. Articles are fact-checked by the research department and updated where necessary.”
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