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Recent articles by Mathew:

Taboola and Outbrain Said to be Discussing a Merger

The two companies both supply the sometimes clickbait links at the bottom of news articles. → Read More

Feds Widen Investigation Into Potential Misconduct at Fox News

Focus has broadened beyond just payments to employees who accused Roger Ailes of harassment. → Read More

Facebook Admits It’s Being Used by Political Actors to Manipulate Opinion

Facebook says it wants to crack down on political manipulation, but how will it tell friend from foe? → Read More

Here’s Why the Doom and Gloom About ESPN Is Overdone

ESPN is facing high costs and shedding subscribers, but it remains a pretty good business. → Read More

Google and Facebook Account For Nearly All Growth in Digital Ads

The latest numbers show that Google and Facebook took virtually 100% of the growth in the U.S. ad market. → Read More

Here’s Why Twitter’s Stock Is Soaring After Its Latest Earnings Report

Twitter's good news about user growth outweighed some of the bad news about revenues. → Read More

Former Facebook Exec Says Government Action on Fake News Is a Real Possibility

Quora CEO and former Facebook CTO Adam D'Angelo warns of government regulation. → Read More

Why the Odds Are Stacked Against the Jimmy Wales Journalism Project

Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales has launched a new site called Wikitribune, but similar efforts have ended in failure. → Read More

Here’s What to Expect With the Changing of the Guard at Fox News

Murdoch-watchers say son James has taken control in the wake of the Ailes and O'Reilly cases. But what does that mean? → Read More

Why Charging WikiLeaks With Espionage Would Threaten a Free Press

Prosecuting Julian Assange for leaking documents would throw the door open to similar charges against all journalists. → Read More

Here’s Why a Google-Powered Ad Blocker Is a Really Bad Idea

An ad blocker controlled by one of the world's largest ad companies? No thanks. → Read More

Bill O’Reilly’s Career at Fox News Is Hanging by a Thread

Fox News star Bill O'Reilly's career at the conservative network appears to be hanging by a thread → Read More

Facebook Battles Snapchat Over Future of the Camera

Both companies have their sights set on camera-based augmented reality. → Read More

Flipboard Is Opening Up its Digital Magazines to Video Ads and Content

Mobile news-reader Flipboard adds video packages and now supports standard video ad formats. → Read More

How Instant Articles Turned Into Another Facebook Bait-and-Switch

It was always about getting access to more content, not helping media companies make money. → Read More

Facebook Killing Another Example of Live Video Feature’s Dark Side

Shooting of Ohio man was filmed live by the killer and then uploaded to Facebook. → Read More

Why Twitter Should Be Applauded for Challenging Trump’s Attack on Free Speech

Twitter is fighting back against a government demand to reveal information about a rogue account. → Read More

Here’s Why Twitter Lost the NFL and Will Probably Lose Similar Deals in the Future

Twitter will likely lose to Amazon and Facebook in any deal that involves either money or reach. → Read More

Here’s Why ESPN’s New Politics Guidelines Probably Won’t Help

ESPN says it wants to clarify the rules for political discussion, but critics aren't buying it. → Read More

More Advertisers Boycott Fox News Show After Harassment Allegations

Mercedes-Benz, BMW, and Hyundai have all pulled their ads. → Read More