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Facebook counters Twitter with tool for journalists

Facebook unveiled a new tool aimed at helping journalists using the social network track breaking and trending news, in a challenge to Twitter.

Some journalists wonder if their profession is tweet-crazy

If Twitter is the town square for journalists, some are ready to step away.

Facebook courts journalists with newswire tool

Facebook said on Thursday that it has created a newswire tool tailored to journalists, part of a broader effort to be the go-to place for conversation for its 1 billion users.

Leading journalists join call for EU copyright reform

Leading journalists from more than 20 countries joined a call Aug 28 for European MPs to approve a controversial media reform aimed at forcing Internet giants to pay for news content.

Journalists get Facebook livestream capability

Journalists and other public figures can now offer live video to their followers on Facebook, which announced plans to broaden the streaming service.

Snowden documents show UK spies stored journalists' e-mails

Britain's GCHQ eavesdropping agency stored e-mails from journalists working for several large media organisations, according to documents released by former US spy agency contractor Edward Snowden, the Guardian newspaper reported.

Document spells out FBI rules to get journalists' phone records: article

The Federal Bureau of Investigation is allowed to seek journalists' phone records with the approval of two government officials through a secretive surveillance process that does not require a warrant, The Intercept website reported, citing a classified document.

Journalists to launch iPad newspaper

b>LOS ANGELES:/bStop the presses - completely. The world's first iPad newspaper, i>The Daily/i>, is prepping for launch. Journalists have been hired and are in place at multiple US bureaus, including Los Angeles and New York.

Journalists, media under attack from hackers: Google researchers

Twenty-one of the world's top-25 news organiaations have been the target of likely state-sponsored hacking attacks, according to research by two Google security engineers.

Training journalists in the era of fake news

As uncannily realistic “deep fake” videos proliferate online, including one recently retweeted by Donald Trump, journalism schools are scrambling to adapt to an era of misinformation – or fake news.