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Some publishers, & readers apparently, concerned ‘personalization’ violates journalism’s mission ::not necessarily::

27 March 2017 // AUTHOR: // CATEGORY: Source // No Comments

Personalization

“News isn’t Netflix,” said Mike Dyer, who until recently was president and publisher of The Daily Beast, which tinkered with personalization efforts for years before scaling them back last year. “Journalism companies have a public good mission to confront people with fact-based reporting regardless of how they feel about it, and too much personalization or content matching can harm that mission.”

Read the full piece at Digiday



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