Mathew Ingram, Fortune

Mathew Ingram

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Toronto, ON, Canada

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Past:
  • Nieman Lab
  • Entrepreneur
  • GigaOM

Recent articles by Mathew:

Here’s Another Reason For Media Companies to be Wary of Facebook

The company is planning to move the goalposts on video again, making it hard for those who invested heavily in it. → Read More

Here's Why Donald Trump Says He Loves Twitter and Plans to Keep Tweeting

In a recent interview, Trump talked about how Twitter gives him a direct route around the "dishonest media." → Read More

What's Driving Fake News Is an Increase in Political Tribalism

People want to see themselves as members of a tribe, and the stories they share reinforce that. → Read More

Why the Media Needs to Treat Donald Trump as a Hostile Witness

Trying to curry favor with a president-elect who is so antagonistic to the media is a losing strategy. → Read More

How Apple Plans to Take a Bite Out of Netflix and Spotify

Apple is reportedly looking to finance its own original TV shows and movies. → Read More

Here's Why BuzzFeed Was Right to Publish Those Trump, Russia Documents

If the information was seen as credible enough for the president to be briefed on it, then we deserve to see it for ourselves. → Read More

In a Trump Presidency, Will the Press Corps Serve a Useful Purpose?

In a time of always-on media, sitting in scheduled briefings and following the president around is no longer the best approach. → Read More

SoundCloud Low on Cash While Fending Off Apple, Spotify, and Google

The streaming music service warns that it could run out of cash this year. → Read More

Facebook Hires Former TV News Anchor to Help it Play Nice With Media Companies

But the company's new hire won't have anything to do with editorial judgments or content decisions, the social network said. → Read More

Torture Video Shines a Spotlight on Facebook's Ethical Challenges

Video stream of a mentally disabled teen being tortured in Chicago raises questions about Facebook's live video feature → Read More

No One Knows What Trump Is Going to Tweet, His Press Secretary Says

Donald Trump doesn't just tweet randomly -- he is a "strategic thinker," according to the incoming White House press secretary. → Read More

Medium’s Future Looks Like a Blank Page After Killing Ad Business

If advertising isn't going to work, what will Medium replace it with instead? → Read More

Here's How Google and Facebook Have Taken Over the Digital Ad Industry

The vast majority of spending on digital ads goes to two companies. → Read More

Dan Rather Is Right, the Media Should Call Trump’s Lies What They Are

The only way to deal with a serial liar is to call his statements what they are. → Read More

NBC’s Hiring of Megyn Kelly Appears to Signal a Shift to the Right

The Fox News host was a star of the conservative-leaning network. → Read More

Facebook: Here's the Social Network's Biggest Challenge for 2017

The world's largest social network needs to find new markets to conquer. → Read More

Donald Trump Just Started a Nuclear Arms Race With a Tweet

The president-elect said the U.S. should expand its nuclear capabilities. → Read More

Mark Zuckerberg Finally Admits Facebook Is a Media Company

The Facebook CEO seems prepared to admit that it plays a significant role in the news ecosystem → Read More

Trump Son-In-Law Kushner Is Said To Be Shopping His Observer Newspaper

Observer owner Jared Kushner is said to be shopping the paper. → Read More

There Already Is Something Like a Muslim Registry, and Peter Thiel Owns it

Palantir's technology is already being used to identify and track citizens. → Read More