Even though we think ourselves as global citizens, we still differ in terms of how we behave online and what motivates our behavior online. A new study in the field of international marketing reveals that the cultural values and practices are still very much influencing the way consumers use different social media platforms when engaging with their favorite companies.
“In a turbulent year for international news, with mounting concern about fake news and social media filter bubbles, more people than ever before are turning to the BBC for reliable, impartial information they can trust."
Over the course of the past few years, international travel has taken on an extra level of invasiveness as U.S. officials demand travelers unlock phones or hand over social media passwords in order to enter the country. Many travelers, even U.S. Show More Summary
Facebook is causing a stir on the internet this week after its internal rules for monitoring live-stream videos and other content were exposed publicly. The popular social media site has been facing criticism for the violent content that has come out of its new live-streaming video feature. Some of these videos have shown teens committing […]
“I had one of the best summers of my life, and I can’t imagine it being any better.” Facebook has had a huge impact on our lives: The company essentially owns a large part of the world’s social media user base with its products fromShow More Summary
Istanbul (AFP) – Istanbul police on Tuesday detained Turkish football international and Fenerbahce midfielder Ozan Tufan and several other suspects in a probe into the illegal import of luxury cars, state media said. Prosecutors in the...Show More Summary
The Guardian has seen more than 100 internal documents from the social media giant, including one clarifying guidelines on sex and nudity in art. The post Leaked Document Lays Out Facebook’s Policy on Sex and Nudity in Art appeared first on Hyperallergic.
(University of Missouri-Columbia) Researchers examined the photographic news coverage of a visit Pope Francis made to Cuba to determine how major media outlets from different countries covered the international event. They found that the cultural values of the photojournalists' home countries affected the ways in which the pope's visit was framed by each media outlet.
For most major events around the world, public access is only available through the media. In a new study, researchers at the University of Missouri School of Journalism examined the photographic news coverage of a visit Pope Francis made to Cuba to determine how major media outlets from different countries covered the international event. Show More Summary
The internal documents lay out the social media giant's stance on moral and ethical decisions related to user content.
(Reuters) — Leaked Facebook documents show how the social media company moderates issues such as hate speech, terrorism, pornography and self-harm on its platform, the Guardian reported, citing internal guidelines seen by the newspaper. New challenges such as “revenge porn” have overwhelmed Facebook’s moderators who often have just ten seconds to make a decision, the […]
"By touching this glowing orb, you hereby swear your eternal allegiance to the international Legion of Doom, got it?" That's just one of the many theories that began swirling around social media on Sunday when Donald Trump appearedShow More Summary
On Sunday, the Guardian revealed internal documents from Facebook that uncovered how the social media corporation moderates everything from hate speech to live streams. The guide—which is filled with examples of how to handle sexual...Show More Summary
In this week's International Media, RFI's Fabien Jannic-Cherbonnel takes a look at how journalists cover stories about gay and bisexual people.
The stock market rally of 2017 is rather weak, says InvestingHaven’s research team. That is because stock market internals are weakening on the rally, and that is fundamentally not good. Financial media hold different opinions on the stock market rally of 2017, and continuation thereof:
A man was arrested Friday after a disturbance on an American Airlines jet headed to Hawaii from Los Angeles International Airport. Video posted on social media shows authorities escorting a man in handcuffs off the plane. Details were not immediately clear. The Department of Homeland Security said...
They are the champions of Boat International Media's World Superyacht Awards 2017 – and they include Dilbar, which the UK-based magazine describes as ‘the most complex ever to be built’.
Lexica Films, the foreign language label of Covert Media, has boarded international sales for Timur Bekmambetov's Russian language adventure thriller Spacewalk and will shop the project to buyers in Cannes. Dmitry Kiselyov directs from a script by Yuri Korotkov, Sergei Kaluzhanov, Irina Pivovarova, Dmitry Pinchukov and Oleg Pogodin. Show More Summary
Political events in the Bay Area: LGBT rally, social media Political events Part of a worldwide event for the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia to demand justice for victims of LGBTQ persecution. Social media:...Show More Summary
Crowns by Christy is looking for 3 interns in PR/Marketing, Social Media and Creative Design. The New York City-based startup comprised of a team of creative consultants, floral stylists and content creators. Specializing in custom flower crowns, former publicist Christy Doramus takes floral design... Continue reading