Julie Keck

Julie Keck is a social media consultant and filmmaker based in Chicago. The bulk of her film work is created for tellofilms.com, a niche video site, for which Julie serves as the Chief Creative Officer. She has spoken about social media engagement, crowdfunding, and film at SXSW, the University of Notre Dame, Columbia College, DePaul, the Chicago Documentary Film Summit, the Chicago International Film Festival, and more. Julie is also the social media and newsletter editor for PBS MediaShift. You can find her on Twitter at @kingisafink.

by Julie Keck

1. ‘Aaron’s Law’ is back to fix the ‘worst law in technology’ (Kevin Collier / Daily Dot) 2. Political fact-checking: Growing and influential, but partisanship is a factor (via American Press Institute) 3. Abramson ‘hasn’t let journalism’s reinvention or gender disparity clobber her optimism’ (Dan Reimold / College Media Matters) 4. The Washington Post offers […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Journalists shouldn’t lose their rights in their move to private platforms (Adam Ragusea / Nieman Lab) 2. Twitter now allows anyone to send you a direct message, even if you don’t follow them (Napier Lopez / The Next Web) 3. Vice News to bow personal-finance show for millennials (Todd Spangler / Variety) 4. Publishers […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. The Fictionary adds book-specific dictionaries to e-books (Thorin Klosowski / Lifehacker) 2. All’s fair in sex, love, war – and books: How e-books have changed publishing (Nick Rippington / Daily Express) 3. Nicholls tells Digital Minds: ‘Showrooming is like shoplifting’ (Lisa Campbell / The Bookseller) 4. Kindle Unlimited payout ties record low $1.33 in […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. BuzzFeed deleted posts under pressure from its own business department (J. K. Trotter / Gawker) 2. Fusion to turn its Snapchat channel into a network with five new shows (Tim Peterson / Advertising Age) 3. Academic research: ‘Huge growth’ in fact checking by the media (James Warren / Poynter) 4. Vice, CNN, NBC and […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Nick Denton ‘intensely relaxed’ by Gawker’s union drive (Peter Sterne / Capital New York) 2. Chinese journalist Gao Yu jailed for 7 years for leaking state secrets (Philip Wen / Sydney Morning Herald) 3. Sony hack: WikiLeaks publishes more than 30,000 documents (Eriq Gardner / The Hollywood Reporter) 4. Twitter executive: Here’s how we’re […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Blended learning research: The seven studies you need to know (Michelle Davis / Education Week) 2. Ivy League stiffs its female profs (Samantha Allen / The Daily Beast) 3. The big business of online education (D. Frank Smith / EdTech) 4. New research shows free online courses didn’t grow as expected (Anya Kamentz / […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Netflix doesn’t want to kill HBO: It wants to kill TV (Peter Kafka / Re/code) 2. Rooster Teeth plays the video game (Stuart Dredge / Guardian) 3. Changes coming to the Times’ mobile portfolio (via New York Times) 4. The evolution of money: Every device will become a vehicle for commerce (Dan Rowinski / […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. The eternal return of BuzzFeed (Adrienne LaFrance & Robinson Meyer / The Atlantic) 2. 100B messages and 500M users say push still works — for messages that matter (John Koetsier / VentureBeat) 3. Capital to become POLITICO New York as parent company sets expansion plans (Joe Pompeo / Capital New York) 4. Inside Disney’s […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Nate Silver to Vox: Stop stealing our charts! (Dylan Beyers / Politico) 2. What USA Today Sports learned covering the Final Four on Periscope and Snapchat (Tanya Sichynsky / Nieman Lab) 3. Telecom industry sues to overturn net neutrality (Ryan Knutson & Thomas Gryta / Wall Street Journal) 4. How to beat Apple’s 30% […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Twitter is pushing celebrities and publishers to stop using Meerkat (Josh Constine & Ingrid Lunden / TechCrunch) 2. Behind Time Warner chief’s ‘cord-cutter’ pitch (Keach Hagey / Wall Street Journal) 3. The truth about Black Twitter (Donovan X. Ramsey / The Atlantic) 4. TV industry faces its ‘ketchup’ moment: ‘Mobile is now the first […] more »