As technology, social media and other factors continue to evolve and change the way people produce, interact with and consume news, journalistic objectivity is no longer the standard.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) December 13, 2016
Magnificent Marketing is excited to announce a new webinar on objectivity in journalism and how it's being affected by factors like social media, page views, Google and technology in general.
In this webinar, Magnificent CEO and founder David Reimherr sits down with expert Gini Dietrich, founder and CEO of Arment Dietrich, a Chicago-based integrated marketing communications firm, and lead blogger at the PR and marketing blog Spin Sucks.
In this webinar, Dietrich offers insight on the following topics:
-Headlines as clickbait
-National newspaper coverage versus international newspaper coverage
-The filter bubble
-Social media's positive effects
-Monetization and whether it could work for newsworthy sites
-The future of journalism
-Journalists' changing roles
As technology, social media and other factors continue to evolve and change the way people produce, interact with and consume news, journalistic objectivity is no longer the standard, but it's just as important as ever. The webinar on journalistic objectivity and the future of the field is available now on the Magnificent Marketing YouTube channel and on Magnificent.com.
About Magnificent Marketing:
Magnificent Marketing is your full-service content marketing agency that will take care of all your marketing needs so that you can concentrate on the core duties needed to manage and grow your business.
Their objective is to generate leads that turn into customers while focusing on expanding the visibility of your company and brand, and positioning you to be "top of mind" for future potential clients.
In order to achieve this, they draw on their experience and belief that a mixture of traditional marketing techniques combined with modern marketing tools will yield the best results. In other words, they blend old and new school marketing to create the best school of thought.