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    We keep an eye out for the most interesting stories about Labby subjects: digital media, startups, the web, journalism, strategy, and more. Here’s some of what we’ve seen lately.
    April 25, 2019
    “Imagn makes photos available for licensing at a per photo basis or via a subscription service with three options: only sports; only news and entertainment; or combined sports, news, and entertainment.”
    Poynter / Ren LaForme / Apr 25
    “Staffed by journalists from RNS, a subsidiary of RNF, and AP and editors from The Conversation, an independent, nonprofit publisher of commentary and analysis sourced from academic experts, the desk will produce multiformat religion journalism intended to improve general understanding and analyze the significance of developments in the world of faith.”
    Associated Press / Apr 25
    “The Ken’s Patron subscriptions enable business leaders, investors, senior executives and companies to directly fund annual subscriptions in bulk for readers who may not yet be able to afford them. Each Patron subscriber funds a certain number of annual subscriptions (ranging from 50 to 250), which we double by matching an equal number of subscriptions from our side.”
    The Ken / Rohin Dharmakumar / Apr 25
    Jennifer Senior: “I always marvel at the huge gulf between the Bari who’s this Twitter bogeyman and Bari the actual person. She is the subject of more unexamined hatred in our profession than almost anyone I can think of. She’s the target of so much snark. The irony, and what almost breaks my heart, is that she has almost no snark in her. She’s super-generous and loving.”
    Vanity Fair / Evgenia Peretz / Apr 25
    “Our program now includes 21 partners fact-checking content in 14 European languages: Croatian, Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Greek, Italian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish and Swedish. “
    Facebook / Apr 25
    April 24, 2019
    “The Markup is set to launch in July and should not do so without Julia at the helm. We encourage all her original funders to investigate this situation and to take steps to ensure that the Markup stays true to its founding principles.”
    Medium / Amie Stepanovich / Apr 24
    The Skimm used Purple to host its texting service to help subscribers make decisions last year.
    Axios / Sara Fischer / Apr 24
    “We are very excited with the launching of this totally new and different publication in the Spanish market,” the general manager said in a statement. The old outlet’s social media accounts posted “One day we will publish the details of its closure.”
    Arizona Republic / Bill Goodykoontz / Apr 24
    A significant portion of the meeting focused on Trump’s concerns that Twitter quietly, and deliberately, has limited or removed some of his followers…. But Twitter long has explained that follower figures fluctuate as the company takes action to remove fraudulent spam accounts. In the meeting, Dorsey stressed that point, noting even he had lost followers as part of Twitter’s work to enforce its policies, according to the source, who described the meeting as cordial.”
    Washington Post / Tony Romm / Apr 24
    “The new tool will first be rolled out in India, where general elections are already underway, on Thursday, and in the European Union, which holds elections in the last week of May, on April 29.” It’s unclear what Twitter will do with the reported tweets.
    BuzzFeed News / Pranav Dixit / Apr 24
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