CrowdTangle Trends Report: How Is Local News Performing on Facebook in 2019?

Presented at ONA19
September 11, 2019
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This event is presented by Facebook

Be the first to see CrowdTangle’s U.S. Local News Trends Report, an analysis of how local news is performing on Facebook so far in 2019. This session will also include a panel of news publishers who have leveraged their own audience engagement trends to launch new initiatives that promote loyal engagement strategies and community focused journalism, both on Facebook and off. Come to this session to learn how you can leverage audience trends for similar use cases.

Background: CrowdTangle is a tool provided to newsrooms for free by Facebook. It helps publishers identify great stories, measure social performance, and identify influencers. Hundreds of newsrooms and thousands of journalists use the tool every day.

This session is designed for:

  • Social Media Leads + Managers
  • Digital Leads + Managers
  • Data Scientists + Analysts
  • Researchers + Academics

Speakers

Amber Burgess
Strategic Partner Manager – U.S. Local News, CrowdTangle & Facebook
Emily Ristow
Loyalty & Engagement News Director, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Heather Ciras
Senior Editor Audience Engagement, Boston Globe
Glen Hale
Director of Digital Content & Audience Development, Gray Television
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