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John McDermott | Digiday | 10/22/2014
It wasn’t long ago that “social media manager” evoked an otherwise-inexperienced 20-something churning out witty tweets on behalf of a brand.
Seth Motel | Pew Research Center | 10/22/2014
As news about Ebola dominates the airwaves and permeates midterm campaigns, Americans are following the ongoing story at historically high rates. About half of U.S. adults (49%) followed Ebola news very closely last week, elevating the story to our list of most-followed events since 2010.
Jim Romenesko | JimRomenesko.com | 10/22/2014
The Daily Northwestern aims to collect $1 million from 500 donors in its first-ever fundraising effort. 
Drew DeSilver and Amy Mitchel | Pew Research Center | 10/22/2014
America’s widening ideological divisions are showing up in more and more aspects of American life — from how likely people are to vote to where they want to live and what they want their children taught.
Liz Szabo | USA TODAY | 10/22/2014
TV cameraman Ashoka Mukpo, evacuated from Liberia after becoming infected with Ebola last month, has been declared free of the virus.
Jason McGahan | The Daily Beast | 10/22/2014
MEXICO CITY—She was a crusading Twitter journalist in a bastion of organized crime who chose a photograph of Catwoman as her online avatar and christened herself Felina.
Fiona Law | WSJ.com | 10/22/2014
Jimmy Lai has spent time at a protest encampment next to the government complex in Hong Kong’s Admiralty district for 25 days now.
Drew DeSilver | Pew Research Center | 10/22/2014
Evidence of political polarization can be found in many aspects of American life.
Robert G. Kaiser | Washington Post | 10/22/2014
Benjamin C. Bradlee served as editor from 1965 to 1991.
Andrew Beaujon | Poynter | 10/21/2014
"Fearbola” has no place at journalism schools
Colin Freeze | Globe and Mail | 10/21/2014
Greenwald spoke to The Globe and Mail ahead of a talk with Editor-in-Chief David Walmsley Tuesday, sponsored by The Canadian Journalism Foundation.
Roy Greenslade | The Guardian | 10/21/2014
In the last year alone the number of cases relating to new media, such as internet-only news services, social media, text messages and online review sites, has more than quadrupled.
Jethro Nededog | The Wrap | 10/21/2014
The fired New York Times editor says investors “sound very interested” in her new project