Buzzfeed :: Twitter is adding trending labels to some tweets in what appears to be a new experiment.
Advanced TV :: Tensions between the ‘West’ and Iran are easing, with the Iranian government seemingly ready to do business now that the tough economic restrictions on Iran are re-opening the country for trade but not for BBC’s local transmissions to the country.
New York Magazine :: The issue of succession is a difficult matter not just for family-run businesses but for the families that run them.
Broadcasting Cable :: ABC’s Scandal has loyal social media following, Nielsen finds.
Digiday :: U.K. publisher Trinity Mirror, which owns titles including the Daily Mirror, joined the content studio ranks last year with the launch of Invention. The 40-strong team is structured like a creative shop and uses audience insights to inform its pitches and ideas generation.
Digiday :: The New York Times has caught the newsletter fever. In the past year, it has launched a dozen newsletters, some getting an open rate of an impressive 70 percent or more.
News.com.au :: While other users might be disadvantaged by 140 character limits, many people who struggle to speak have had lifelong practice in making every word count, say Australian researchers.