Facebook just posted a follow-up to the top 40 most shared news articles of the year, this time around focusing on the most popular stories about politics.
Yahoo News, The Washington Post, The Independent, and The Guardian have amassed millions of readers for social editions of the publications that launched in September.
Timeline will launch when it’s ready, Facebook’s journalist program manager said during a panel at Columbia University School of Journalism last night.
Glenn Beck finished atop the list of The 16 Most Popular Cable News Anchors on Facebook from Business Insider’s The Wire, despite the minor detail that he is no longer a cable anchor, having left Fox News Channel June 30.
Sometimes, having a higher profile than Twitter has its disadvantages, as Facebook found itself mentioned in a scandal it had absolutely nothing to do with over the weekend that pundits gave the chuckle-inducing name of Weinergate.
Technical difficulties thwarting the 11 p.m. news? No problem for WCTV of Tallahassee, Fla., as the CBS affiliate kept the news flowing via Facebook, Twitter, and its website.
A veteran news anchor in Michigan gets an outpouring of Facebook love after abruptly leaving her show for reasons unknown to the public.
In attempts to have the news feed contain more, well, news, Facebook staffed a new position with the goal of building relationships with reporters and news organizations.
Facebook pulled a larger version of the image you see to the left, from the page of the University of North Florida’s student newspaper, Spinnaker.