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How African Americans and Hispanics consume news

The second installation of the Media Insight Project, this survey oversampled African American and Hispanic news consumers to identify differences in news consumption and whether these two groups think media coverage of their communities is available and accurate.

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The business behind BuzzFeed’s growth: A Q & A with Eric Harris

As BuzzFeed's executive vice president of business operations, Eric Harris's focus is building and growing advertising business and partnerships. We talked with him about how BuzzFeed sells and prices native ads, the art and science of social sharing, and why they’re betting on video.

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Transforming a longtime youth news product to match new behaviors: 7 good questions with Channel One News

Channel One News started 23 years ago as a 10-minute daily TV news program for children. But over the years it has recognized that students and teachers are using a variety of devices and platforms to consume information. We talked to CEO CJ Kettler about what changed and what stayed the same.