SnapChat supports news organizations

Social media has become a very large part of people’s lives. Newspaper sales are decreasing every year, But news agencies that utilize social media has given them a bigger platform. SnapChat  has become one of apps increasingly used.

One of the most used news organizations on SnapChat is DailyMail. It’s a British tabloid newspaper published in London. It’s the United Kingdom’s second- biggest selling daily newspaper.

Daily Mail has a section on the SnapChat where they have plenty of news resources. Daily Mail upload mail that happens daily from celebrities, murders, viral videos and random stories. Every day is a new news story.

One Daily Mail news that has happened today (Monday, January 29) was a story about Jay-Z and Beyonce “WE FOUGHT FOR OUR LOVE”.  Daily Mail put up the interview Jay-Z had with CNN talking about how hard he tried to save his marriage. He spoke out about cheating on his wife and going through some big challenges with her.

 

 

 

Author: Daher

My name is Zeinab Daher and i'm a senior at the University of Michigan Dearborn, and i'm majoring in instructional technology. Im very excited to be pursuing my dream in learning with technology.

One thought on “SnapChat supports news organizations”

  1. I really liked your post Zeinab! I always look through Snapchat’s news posts because they’re easy to access, interactive, and straight to the point. In particular, I enjoy the Taste Made selection of the news section because I’m interested in new recipes and tricks to making food. I also sometimes stop to read Daily Mail too!

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