Digital Ugerevy #36 (2019)

Her har du Danmarks mest komplette opdatering på sociale medier og digital udvikling i mediebranchen. Du bliver holdt opdateret og sparer masser af tid.

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Lars K Jensen

Rådgiver og arbejder med digital udvikling og nye medier. Arbejder som chefkonsulent hos Willmore og blogger hos bl.a. Journalisten.

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👍 Sociale medier 

Her finder du historier om eller fra de store sociale platforme, der har en enorm rolle at spille i kontakten mellem udgiver/afsender og modtager.

Influencere…

Halvdelen af influencere bruger falske følgere

Politiken:
“Global undersøgelse af influencere viser, at 57 procent snyder med deres følgertal på Instagram, så de kan kræve flere penge for at reklamere for virksomheder. Tendensen er den samme herhjemme. DI kalder det »rigtigt skidt«, mens influencerne mener, at virksomhederne er medskyldige.”

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Annoncørforening: Influencer-markedet er det vilde vesten

MediaWatch:
“‘Man kan ikke komme uden om, at influencers stadig er Wild West. Som annoncør skal man selvfølgelig hele tiden være parat til at prøve nye markedsføringsmuligheder af og høste erfaringer, men lige præcis på influencerområdet, er der god grund til at være ekstra vågen,’ skriver Holger Wilcks direktør for Dansk Annoncørforening i en kommentar til MediaWatch.”

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Hvor meget indflydelse har influencers egentlig?

Dansk Markedsføring:
“Til gengæld overrasker det mig, at der aldrig bliver stillet spørgsmålstegn ved selve præmissen, der ligger i ordet ”influencers”. Altså: Hvor meget indflydelse er det egentlig, influencers har?”

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Facebook

Facebook lancerer dating i USA

Wired:
“Facebook Dating lives within the existing Facebook app, but to use it you need to set up a separate profile. The only information carried over is your name and age. The service will present you with potential matches based on your location, indicated preferences, and other factors. You can also choose to match with people who attend the same Facebook events or are part of the same Facebook groups. One thing it won’t show you are your existing Facebook friends—that option is turned off by default. […]

Instagram will also become part of Secret Crush, an existing Facebook Dating feature that lets users select up to nine Facebook friends they want to express an interest in—as long as that person indicates they have a crush back.”

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TechCrunch:
“Officially, Facebook says that match suggestions are based on ‘your preferences, interests, and other things you do on Facebook.’

Asked how exactly Facebook will rank its profile suggestions, Nathan Sharp, the Product Lead for Facebook Dating, said he can’t discuss the details of the system.”

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Facebook overvejer at fjerne Like-antal

Instagram har eksperimenteret med at skjule antal Likes, og Twitter har overvejet at gemme dem bag et tryk. Nu går selveste Facebook med lignende overvejelser.

TechCrunch:
“The idea is to prevent users from destructively comparing themselves to others and possibly feeling inadequate if their posts don’t get as many Likes. It could also stop users from deleting posts they think aren’t getting enough Likes or not sharing in the first place.”

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How would it impact publishers if Facebook ditches the Like count?
What’s New In Publishing

Instagram vil skjule hvor populære dine opslag er – “det er et klogt træk”
MediaWatch

Facebook introducerer ansigtsgenkendelse i Danmark

Computerworld:
“Det betyder blandt andet, at hvis en bruger bruger et billede af dig som profilbillede, eksempelvis til at oprette en falsk profil, så genkender Facebook fremover dit billede og giver dig besked.”

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…og skruer ned for ansigtsgenkendelse

Social Media Today:
“In a new update, Facebook has announced that it’s removing its current ‘tag suggestions’ setting, which relates to the prompts it generates based on people it can identify in an uploaded image, and improving its face recognition permissions, enabling users to opt-out of the process with one click.”

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Oplysning skal bekæmpe vaccine-misinformation på Facebook

Engadget:
“Following on the heels of Pinterest, Facebook is launching a new initiative aimed at combating anti-vaccine misinformation. Moving forward, whenever Facebook users search for vaccine-related content, including through groups and hashtags, the social network will display a card that prompts those individuals to instead obtain information from a credible source.”

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Ubeskyttet server havde telefonnumre på millioner af Facebook-brugere

TechCrunch:
“The exposed server contained more than 419 million records over several databases on users across geographies, including 133 million records on U.S.-based Facebook users, 18 million records of users in the U.K., and another with more than 50 million records on users in Vietnam.”

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Del Spotify-musik i din Facebook-story

TechCrunch:
Spotify this morning announced a new way for you to share music with friends (or fans, if you’re an artist) — by way of a new Facebook Stories integration that includes 15-second song previews. Viewers can also optionally tap on the “Play on Spotify” button in the Story to be redirected to the Spotify app to hear more.”

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YouTube

YouTube: Vi er blevet bedre til at fjerne skadeligt indhold

Den officielle YouTube-blog:
“We’ve been removing harmful content since YouTube started, but our investment in this work has accelerated in recent years. Below is a snapshot of our most notable improvements since 2016. Because of this ongoing work, over the last 18 months we’ve reduced views on videos that are later removed for violating our policies by 80%, and we’re continuously working to reduce this number further.”

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Google indgår YouTube-forlig på 170 mio. dollars

TechCrunch:
“That’s how much Google will have to pay under the terms of a settlement agreement to end investigations by the Federal Trade Commission and the New York Attorney General into YouTube’s alleged collection of children’s personal information without the consent of their parents.”

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På dansk:
Google kommer til at betale 1,3 milliarder kroner i forlig om lovovertrædelser på YouTube | Computerworld

Senators on Protecting Kids’ Privacy: ‘It’s Complicated’
Wired

The US government isn’t ready to regulate the internet. Today’s Google fine shows why.
Recode

YouTube lukker endnu en InfoWars-konto

The Verge:
“The account was terminated for violating the company’s terms of service, but a YouTube representative didn’t offer any information on what those terms were. Instead, the representative told The Verge that YouTube is committed to ‘preserving openness and balancing it with our responsibility to protect our community.'”

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Tips til din digitale markedsføring

12 Video Statistics to Guide Your 2020 Online Marketing Strategy [Infographic]
Social Media Today

The Facebook Ad Algorithm: How to Maximise Your (Budget and) Reach Without Increasing Spend
Einstein Marketer

LinkedIn Launches New Course on Building a LinkedIn Presence and Utilizing its Ad Tools
Social Media Today

Facebook Publishes New Guide to Creator Studio for Instagram
Social Media Today

💡 Digitale tendenser

Her kan du læse nogle af ugens tendenser indenfor medier. Det kan være en ny metode eller tilgang, branchen forsøger at tage til sig.

Dansk podcast-akademi slå dørene op

MediaWatch:
“I spidsen for det nye akademi står den tidligere DR-chef, podcaster og radiojournalist Dorte Palle, der sammen med sin medforfatter til “Podcastbogen”, Tor Arnbjørn, er gået sammen med Struer Lydens By, Sound Hub Denmark og Danmarks Medie- og Journalisthøjskole om at etablere akademiet.”

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Podimo lanceres 17. september

MediaWatch:
“Når Podimo, en ny streamingtjeneste for podcasts, lanceres midt på måneden, vil bl.a. komikerne Jonatan Spang og Ane Høgsberg med podcasten “Voksenvenner” være føjet til den del af indholdet, der kommer til at ligge bag en betalingsmur.”

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Europæiske medier i videosamarbejde med Facebook

MediaWatch:
“Facebook har lavet aftaler med bl.a. Expressen i Sverige og Bild i Tyskland om at levere aktualitets- og nyhedsindhold til Facebook Watch mod betaling. Hvor meget er uvist.”

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Medietrends:
“Chef for Facebooks strategiske partnerskaber John Severinson siger til Medietrends, at Expressen er udvalgt som prøveballon i den nordiske region, men at det sagtens kan ske, at partnerskabsprogrammet også udvides til Danmark på et tidspunkt.”

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Paneldebatter: Robotjournalistik og blockchain/mikrobetaling i Danmark

I Aarhus var jeg og min tidligere kollega fra Ekstra Bladet, Søren Pedersen, i Aarhus for at moderere vores paneldebat. Min handlede om blockchain og betalingsmodeller i mediebranchen, mens den debat, Søren modererede, handlede om robotjournalistik:

Medietrends:
“Danske robotter skriver nu artikler om alle hushandler, nyheder fra erhvervslivet og kampreferater fra fodboldkampe. Men hvad bliver det næste og hvordan sikrer vi etikken, når det er iskolde computerprogrammer, der skriver og ikke mennesker med empati?”

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Medietrends:
Men det er også bare en teknologi, og selvom den kan effektivisere og økonomisere eksisterende opgaver, er det slet ikke sikkert, at medierne er interesserede i at ændre deres fundamentale arbejdsgange og forretningsmodeller.

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TV 2 Østjylland har succes med memes

Journalism.co.uk:
“Denmark-based TV2 Østjylland has found that social audiences will share and tag their friends in posts that are simple, funny and can convey the story in one picture”

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Viaplay inkluderer DR- og TV 2-kanaler

MediaWatch:
“NENT oplyser, at prisen for Viaplay inklusiv flow-kanalerne bliver 100 kr. over de priser, som pakkerne hhv. Viaplay, som indeholder film og serier, og Viaplay Total, som derudover indeholder sport og fighting, koster.”

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Unge henter muligvis nyheds-apps, men bruger kort tid med dem

Nieman Lab:
“No news app (with the exception of Reddit) was within the top 25 apps used by respondents.”

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Du kan læse hos What’s New In Publishing.

Tech-giganter mødtes med US-regering for at tale 2020-valg

MediaWatch:
“Facebook, Google, Twitter og Microsoft mødtes onsdag med repræsentanter fra den amerikanske regering for at diskutere og koordinere, hvordan de bedst kan hjælpe med at sikre imod udenlandsk indblanding ved præsidentvalget i 2020.”

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Medierne udveksler våben i kampen mod tech-giganterne

Politico:
“The meetingwas part of an ongoing campaign by news publishers in the U.S. and Europe to counter the growing power of Silicon Valley — a significant, if often overlooked, aspect of the anti-tech backlash brewing on both sides of the Atlantic.”

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Publishers eye Google moves as potential threats to their growing commerce businesses
Digiday

LA Times fokuserer på performance i redesign

Journalism.co.uk:
“For LA Times, webpages were taking as long as 12 seconds to load previously, but could fluctuate depending on sizeable ads – such as takeover ads – and the time of day.

This has since been cut down by 30 per cent, according to De Groot. Now under new local ownership since last year, the publisher is doing away with old ways of thinking around overcrowding platforms with ads.”

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Hvad er “device fingerprinting”

Digiday:
“It’s an imperfect method of identification. Unlike the cookie, which is effectively a tracking monitor placed on an individual device, device fingerprinting relies on the probability that a device recognized as having certain attributes on one day is the same device seen with those same attributes on another day.”

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Få lytterne tæt på med live-podcasting

Journalism.co.uk:
“She explained that listeners build a relationship with the voice they hear through their earphones to the point they feel like the host has become their friend. However, this is a one-sided relationship.

All changes when they see their favourite podcaster live on a stage.”

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The Washington Post fremhæver produktchefen

Axios:
“The Washington Post will unveil a new masthead on Tuesday that for the first time in its 141-year-old history will include a vice president of product — Kat Downs Mulder, executives tell Axios.”

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Danmark er det næstdyreste og næstdårligste Netflix-land

Computerworld:
“Danskerne betaler en høj pris og får ikke særligt meget indhold for prisen. Det er konklusionen i en stor undersøgelse, der viser, at danskerne betaler den næsthøjeste pris for Netflix i verden, men samtidig får næstmindst indhold for pengene.”

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👔 Business

Her kan du læse nogle af ugens historier og tendenser indenfor forretningsudvikling i mediebranchen. Altså det, der handler om at tjene penge.

Euroman får paywall og lægger podcastplatform oveni

MediaWatch:
“Produktet får navnet Euroman Premium og vil give adgang til interviews, portrætter, tendenshistorier samt livsstil- og modestof. Indholdet vil udkomme i form af tekst, lyd og levende billeder. Derudover får abonnenterne adgang til podcastplatformen Talk Town, som Egmont Publishing står bag, og som blev lanceret i løbet af sommeren.”

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Nets sætter mikrobetaling-projekt på pause

Medieblogger:
For et år siden meldte Nets ud, at man ville teste mikrobetalinger, men manglende opbakning i mediebranchen betyder, at projektet er sat på pause. Det ærgrer startup-mediet TechSavvy, der var med i testfasen.

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The New York Times har problemer på den digitale front

What’s New In Publishing:
“On the same day they shared all this good news, the New York Times stock fell sharply, plunging by as much as 20%, and it has not strayed from that range since then.”

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The Atlantic får “metered” paywall

Nieman Lab:
“Users will be able to access five articles each month for free before being required to pay annual fees of $49.99 for digital access only, $59.99 for print and digital, or $100 for a “premium” package that includes print and digital, ad-free web browsing, a free digital subscription to give to someone else, and other perks.”

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The Telegraph vil finde unge abonnenter på Snapchat og Instagram

Digiday:
“The Telegraph has begun to more closely monitor user journeys on Instagram and Snapchat to work out what content drives readers to register and eventually subscribe, paying attention to metrics like retention and dwell time.”

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YouTube dropper indhold bag paywall

MediaWatch:
“I dag er det kun været muligt at få adgang til Youtube’s egenproducerede programmer, hvis du er villig til at betale for Youtube Premium. Den model bliver nu droppet, og al indhold lægges frit tilgængeligt ud på kanalen. Dog kommer der i stedet reklamer på programmerne.”

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Annoncører: Google bruger tal ude af kontekst

Digiday:
“In general, publishers have agreed that those figures are pretty much in line with the average revenue losses they had seen as a result of Apple’s initial anti-tracking changes. However, several major publishers have also stressed that the figures have been taken out of context and used as a weapon to further Google’s own cause.”

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GroupM’s Facebook- og Google-alternativ segner hen

Digiday:
“GroupM launched its data and tech division mPlatform with great fanfare in 2016, billing it as an alternative to Google and Facebook that would allow advertisers to link different data assets in order to track and target people online. Three years later, the promise of the division has petered out, with talk centering more on missed opportunities than growth potential.”

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📡 Udvikling og tech

Her får du et kig på nogle af ugens historier indenfor den digitale udvikling og teknologi, der enten direkte eller indirekte kan have betydning for medier/udgivere.

Irlands datatilsyn kigger på Google og programmatic

Marketing Land:
“Yesterday CNBC broke the news that Ireland’s data protection regulator had initiated an investigation into Google’s potentially improper exposure of personal data within its programmatic platform, in violation of GDPR. The investigation was launched in response to a formal complaint from Brave’s Chief Privacy Officer Dr. Johnny Ryan.”

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MediaWatch:
“Johnny Ryan, der har en ledende stilling hos Brave [en anden browser], der står bag en webbrowser, beskylder Google for at videreformidle personlige oplysninger om brugere videre til annoncører. Det skriver Financial Times.”

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Sådan fungerer NPRs nye Alexa-produkt

Medium / Technology at NPR:
“Once this is configured in their UI (which is intended to be a set-it-and-forget-it process), Omny Studio produces an RSS feed that is automatically updated to include an mp3 of the latest hour of the show, which becomes available within five minutes of that hour’s broadcast ending. All our Alexa skill has to do is check the RSS feed associated with the designated NPR member station, find the enclosure URL which represents the location of the mp3, and then use Alexa’s built-in AudioPlayer interface to start playback of that file. Easy!”

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Hvad Firefox’ privacy-stramning siger om den generelle stemning

Digiday:
“This week it was Mozilla’s turn, announcing an Enhanced Tracking Protectionfeature to its latest Firefox browser update, which blocks all third-party cookies by default. Previously, it only did so for new users who downloaded its browser via app or desktop, but this will now extend to all existing users too.”

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Finanstilsynet udskyder implementering af EU-regler for bl.a. webshops

Computerworld:
“Bombe under danske webbutikker afværget i sidste øjeblik: ‘Jeg er fantastisk lettet over, at reglerne nu er blevet udskudt'”

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Endnu en foto-app vækker privacy-bekymring

Computerworld:
“Tidligere på sommeren skabte den russiske app FaceApp privacy-frygt over hele verden.

Nu skaber den kinesiske app Zao en lignende frygt, skriver nyhedsbureauet Reuters.”

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Kæmpe iPhone-hack via web

Den gode nyhed er, at du er beskyttet, hvis du har opgraderet til iOS 12.1.4, der kom i februar måned.

MIT Technology Review:
“The malware could ransack the entire iPhone to steal passwords, encrypted messages, location, contacts, and other extremely sensitive information. The data was then sent to a command and control server which the hackers used to run the operation.”

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Forbes skriver, at hackerne også gik efter Android og Windows.

Mysterious iOS Attack Changes Everything We Know About iPhone Hacking, skriver Wired.

Ifølge flere kilder menes det at være Kina, der står bag:

Version2:
“Omfattende sårbarheder i iOS, som for nylig er blevet fundet af Googles Project Zero-hold, er over flere år blevet brugt af Kina til at spionere på uyghur-muslimer i den kinesiske Xinjiang-provins.”

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Samsung planlægger endnu en foldetelefon

The Verge:
“Samsung is on the cusp of finally releasing its long delayed Galaxy Fold and already rumors are picking up about a second Samsung foldable set to launch next year. Bloombergreports that the new Samsung smartphone is built around a 6.7-inch display that folds inward to form an easily pocketable “square.””

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