🗞 Harvard Business Review 《哈佛商業評論》｜20210111
The problem with social media isn’t just what users post — it’s what the platforms decide to do with that content. Far from being neutral, social media companies are constantly making decisions about which content to amplify, elevate, and suggest to other users. Given their business model, which promotes scale above all, they’ve often actively amplified extreme, divisive content — including dangerous conspiracy theories and misinformation.
🗞 AXIOS 美國新興數位新聞網站《AXIOS》（字源：希臘文「值得 Worthy」）｜20210112
The publisher of The Epoch Times, a stridently pro-Trump publication with a flair for conspiracy theories and links to Chinese dissidents, nearly quadrupled its revenue during the first three years of the administration.
🗞 DIGIDAY 美國數位媒體《DIGIDAY》｜20210112
For years, gaming has been categorized as a niche form of entertainment. But that’s been changing over the better part of the past decade, including within the realm of gaming journalism.
🗞 Pew Research Center 美國民調智庫《皮尤研究中心》｜20210112
新聞跨社群媒體平台 2020 年的使用狀況
Facebook stands out as a regular source of news for about a third of Americans.
🗞 WASHINGTON POST 《華盛頓郵報》｜20210113
The typical pattern in media coverage of protests is this: The more radical protesters’ tactics, or the more their aims challenge the status quo, the more delegitimizing the coverage is. Thus, conservative protests tend to receive more favorable coverage than protests seeking radical change, such as Black Lives Matter and anti-racism protests.