Facebook’s ‘trustworthy’ news is mostly Anderson Cooper and Fox News
Facebook this week unveiled the schedule for its funded news shows, and it could use a little diversity — the entire slate is dominated by two shows. I really hope you like Anderson Cooper and/or Fox News, because both of those combined take up about 80 percent of the schedule — Fox News in particular is on every single day of the week. There are shows from the likes of Buzzfeed, Mic, and Telemundo sprinkled in between them. This doesn’t mean the slate is bad (though I think I’ll have reached my Shepard Smith saturation point within two hours of his weekday… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Facebook
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 24): Bursa Malaysia Bhd has introduced five new sectors for public-listed companies on the Main Market of its exchange, adding sectoral indexes accordingly.
The new sectoral classifications, which also saw the removal of four sectors and their corresponding indexes, went live today.
The sectors introduced were: energy, healthcare, telecommunications and media, transport and logistics, as well as utility.
Meanwhile the hotel, infrastructure project companies, mining and trading or services sectors were removed.