How they Snapchat: The Huffington Post, Fusion, Mashable, NPR,, and The Verge

Justin Ellis writes about how six news outlets are approaching Snapchat, and not all on the Discover section. “News organizations say their Snapchat presence needs to match the tone of their outlet,” writes Ellis. “That’s why, the joint web presence of the Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News, is focusing its efforts on covering local events and why every snap NPR sends ends with a staffer signing off by saying their name and ‘NPR News,’ just as its reporters do on the radio.“

+ How the AP used a politician’s Instagram photos to uncover questionable behavior: AP reporters extracted location data from Illinois Rep. Aaron Schock’s Instagrams photos, correlating it with flight records and expenses, to show use of taxpayer and campaign funds (Associated Press)