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Media Coordinator Weekly Update, Sept. 11, 2016
Howdy, folks! Another Sunday has arrived, which means it’s time to talk about what C4SS is doing, where we’ve been and what we’ve got coming down the pike. It’s your Media Coordinator Weekly Update. An Agora Around Agorism God, I love alliterative puns. Anyway, every month C4SS picks a theme, and a selection of our Fellows…
Media Coordinator Report, July 2016
These are my belated comments on our media presence in July: 14 articles published; 20 pickups (bringing the average down to 1.4); Our great citation champion, Sheldon Richman, managed to get into the Quad-City Times and the Seoul Times with his “Trump, Saddam, and the Presumption of Innocence.” He also got on Antiwar and Counterpunch,…
Media Coordinator Report, April 2016
I have been late on my reporting duties and I shall remedy that. These are the numbers and a few comments on our April 2016 media presence (I know, it feels like a century ago): 17 articles (a slight drop from the 21 in February); 36 pickups or citations (2,11 per article on average — down from…
Media Coordinator Report, February and March 2016
These are the numbers and a few interesting bits on our work in February and March: February 21 articles published. 53 pickups or citations (2,52 per article on average). The consistently excellent P2P Foundation has been republishing Kevin Carson’s work. They account for many of our pickups in February and March. Nick Ford managed to get…
Portuguese Media Coordinator Update, January 2016
These are our numbers for January: Facebook: 4243 likes (+53) Twitter: 120 followers (+3) Tumblr: 31 followers (+0) We also published two translations: Kevin Carson’s “Inequality Isn’t Something That Just ‘Happens’” and “Mobility, Meritocracy and Other Myths“. The C4SS Portuguese social media operation had been my baby since I took over the duties of Media…
Media Coordinator Report, December 2015 and January 2016
Since I skipped last month’s report, here are our numbers and a few comments for both December and January. December 19 commentary articles published 72 pickups or citations (3.73 per article on average) We had an interesting back and forth sparked by Kevin Carson‘s piece “Libertarian-splaining to the Poor.” It was responded to by the…
Editor’s Report, December 2015
Happy 2016 from C4SS! 2015 was a productive year for us, thanks not only to our incredible contributors, but also our dedicated readers. In December, Grant Mincy examined the systematic depletion of Earth’s species and natural resources by the state and its powerful economic allies. The article was picked up by Truthout. Christmas season also…
Media Coordinator Report, November 2015
These are our numbers and some comments on November: 17 op-eds published (+7 compared to October); 32 pickups (average of 1.9 per article, a disappointing dip compared to the previous month, when we got a 3.7 average); The Syrian refugee crisis has occupied the headlines in the last few months, and our most republished article…
Media Coordinator Report, October 2015
These are our numbers for October, 2015: 10 op-eds published. 37 pickups and citations (average of 3.7 per article, up from 2.8 last month). The most republished op-ed of the month was Jason Farrell’s “Why Libertarians are Failing at Politics,” which managed to get 9 pickups. Notably, it was run on both the online and…
Media Coordinator Report, September 2015
Some numbers and interesting notes about C4SS media activities in September: 12 op-eds were published and sent to various media outlets; There were 34 pickups, totalling almost 3 per op-ed — an excellent average (in August, by comparison, our work was cited and picked up a paltry 10 times); Chad Nelson’s “Obama’s Legacy Will Not…
Media Coordinator Mid-Month Update, May 2015
Dear C4SS Supporters, This is a new feature designed to keep you up-to-date with what we’re up to here at C4SS. This report will not be as in-depth as the monthly report, but it will feature some key numbers such as: number of pickups, and number of submissions to date. It’ll also function as sort…
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