The Great Facebook Crash
TECH · MEDIA
June 27, 201817 min read, 3320 words

The Great Facebook CrashThe Great Facebook Crash

Will Oremus
 in slate.com
Published: June 27, 2018  |  17 min read, 3320 words
The first months of Donald Trump’s presidency were a fraught and chaotic time in American politics. But in an age of shrinking newsrooms, early 2017 was a bright spot for online news publishers, especially those with some Facebook savvy. People were hungry for political news, com...
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Credible
June 27, 2018
The author and publisher of this article are outwardly frustrated with Facebook's news feed policies, but the article itself does a nice job of outlining the struggle for publishers and the changing Facebook landscape since early 2017. If you're in the news business, this is an important article to read.
June 27, 2018
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Credible
June 28, 2018
This article is kind of a mix of new styles, at time pure number and at other times becoming more of an opinion piece/ thought piece on what has happened with news referrals from Facebook. However, it is very much a unique and seemingly honest insiders from the news medias perspective of how Facebook algorithm changes have an impact.
June 28, 2018
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June 29, 2018
This is a well written piece that is fact based and fair. There is no clear bias, only a report about Facebook’s height of influence on news media and the decline of that. I think it’s important to note that if this problem had never arisen due to Facebook’s influence on voters, I would probably not be writing this review on this platform.
June 29, 2018
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