The tide is turning

The tide is turning

The left-wing media has done its best in recent times to censor independent media, but the joke appears to be on them as they see their empires collapse. Mass layoffs are being seen across sites like BuzzFeed, Vox, Vice, and Huffington Post as readers take advantage of the many credible alternatives available on the internet today.

In the latest mass layoff, Vice Media announced that staff cuts would affect around 250 people. The move is part of its new CEO’s plan to reduce spending and reach profitability. It is reported that the cuts will be distributed across all of the company’s departments, leaving 10 percent of its workforce looking for a new job. Last year, they implemented a hiring freeze and tried to reduce their workforce through attrition.

In addition, Vice will be shifting its focus away from online publishing toward television and film production and branded content.

BuzzFeed has also been hit with significant job cuts. The site was once a social media sensation due to its popularity among those with short attention spans who enjoyed wasting time on its “listicles” and quizzes, and they were hailed as the future of the industry when they hired reporters to create a more serious journalistic presence. However, they haven’t been as successful as they hoped, with 15 percent of staff – roughly 250 workers – getting their walking papers recently.

One former employee of BuzzFeed, which is owned by NBC Universal, told the Los Angeles Times: “The speed with which we went from being the gold standard to suddenly being this place of gloom and doom is really head-spinning.”

Interestingly, NBC Universal is also an investor in Vox Media, which saw 50 employees getting the pink slip last year and dozens offered different roles. Vox Media properties include Vox, Recode, Polygon, and the Verge. Meanwhile, Verizon Media Group, owners of the Huffington Post and Tech Crunch, recently announced that it would be cutting seven percent of its work force; Refinery29 and Mic have also seen job cuts in recent times. Gannett, which owns more than 1,000 newspapers across the nation, has recently cut 400 jobs, while another newspaper operator, McClatchy, recently offered 450 workers voluntary buyouts.

Many of those who have lost their media jobs recently blame Google and Facebook and their monopoly over digital ads. There’s no question that traffic from these internet giants can make or break a site, but it’s also interesting to see the tables turned; some of the very same outlets that are suffering now have also benefited greatly from the moves by Google, Facebook and YouTube to bury independent media sites.

All told, 2,100 media jobs were lost in the span of just two weeks, according to the Guardian, with most coming from digital publishers. According to the U.K. paper, the biggest mistake most digital publishers made was assuming Facebook and Google were truly interested in helping sustain their business. After adjusting their algorithm in a way that essentially “demoted” news in general, publishers like BuzzFeed have seen their traffic drop significantly.

It’s clear that people are growing increasingly tired of being fed the narratives that the globalist-funded, left-wing media was trying to push, and it looks like their efforts to silence independent journalism are now coming back to haunt them.

Sources for this article include:

ZeroHedge.com

LATimes.com

TheGuardian.com

 

i’d like to know exactly at what point did right-wing CNN switch from actually broadcasting obviously fraudulent footage (animation) of a plane hitting a WTC, and later cheerleading the uber right-wing bush administration’s march to invasion of iraq, to today being a leading left-wing news outlet.

Comments are closed.

If you enjoy this site, please consider a donation. As a token of our appreciation, access to nearly 3000 preparedness and survival .PDF files will be available for FULL download!

The tide is turning

Research & References of The tide is turning|A&C Accounting And Tax Services
Source

94 thoughts on “The tide is turning

  1. Pingback: cheap viagra
  2. Pingback: order cialis
  3. Pingback: Get cialis
  4. Pingback: Buy cheap cialis
  5. Pingback: levitra 10 mg
  6. Pingback: levitra usa
  7. Pingback: slot machines
  8. Pingback: viagra generic
  9. Pingback: cialis generic
  10. Pingback: pay day loans
  11. Pingback: viagra cost
  12. Pingback: new cialis
  13. Pingback: generic cialis
  14. Pingback: cialis 5 mg
  15. Pingback: cialis to buy
  16. Pingback: new cialis
  17. Pingback: valentin
  18. Pingback: online casinos
  19. Pingback: sildenafil 100mg
  20. Pingback: viagra price
  21. Pingback: generic viagra
  22. Pingback: otc viagra
  23. Pingback: tadalafil dosage
  24. Pingback: viagra for men
  25. Pingback: cialis generika
  26. Pingback: viagra for sale
  27. Pingback: buy cialis online
  28. Pingback: cialis tadalafil
  29. Pingback: viagra substitute
  30. Pingback: natural viagra
  31. Pingback: viagra pills
  32. Pingback: cardizem 60mg usa
  33. Pingback: ceftin cheap
  34. Pingback: generic cialis
  35. Pingback: claritin canada
  36. Pingback: gambling games
  37. Pingback: slot machine
  38. Pingback: play casino
  39. Pingback: casino slots
  40. Pingback: safe car insurance
  41. Pingback: Order viagra us
  42. Pingback: hempworks cbd oil
  43. Pingback: quick ship viagra
  44. Pingback: write essay online
  45. Pingback: write my essays
  46. Pingback: cleocin canada
  47. Pingback: cheap colchicine

Leave a Reply