Keith Loria

Keith Loria is a freelance writer based out of Washington D.C.


Articles by Keith Loria


Before Twitter and YouTube could respond, millions of users saw video of journalist James Foley being beheaded. An equally large number of people were privy to naked photos of celebrities on sites such as 4chan and reddit, after a hacker illegally stole the photos from the cloud. These were eventually removed, but not before a surprising controversy rose up around these instances: Should social media sites be in the business of censoring content-and, by extension, users?
News/News Feature - Posted Nov 24, 2014
Social media monitoring really took off about five years ago with many companies hiring chief listening officers to bring the social media discussions into the boardroom. The job description was simple: monitor all forms of social media to see what the buzz was about the company and pass on any complaints, product ideas, or tips to various departments within the organization. However, as we get ready to turn the corner to 2015, some believe a CLO is too passive to be effective.
News/News Feature - Posted Oct 22, 2014
The SaaS-based ECM market growth will outpace the premise-based ECM software market into 2018, according to a report from TechNavio. The drivers for the market trend are based on the economics of SaaS offerings and the inherent advantage SaaS has over premise-based software in reducing total cost of ownership.
News/News Feature - September 2014 Issue, Posted Sep 08, 2014
Just in time for the World Cup, Sporting News Media released its fourth annual survey on U.S. sports media consumption, and reveals the demand for utilizing a second (and even third) screen to enjoy sports has heightened and more people are actually turning to the web to watch live sporting events than ever before.
News/News Feature - Posted Jun 13, 2014
The Alliance for Audited Media recently released its look at U.S. and Canadian newspaper circulation figures for the first half of 2014 and its annual newspaper snapshot had some positive takeaways for those in the digital news industry. Neal Lulofs, AAM's executive vice president, marketing and strategy, says the report shows a continuing transition to a media cross channel environment in terms of how newspapers are publishing content and engaging with readers.
News/News Feature - Posted May 23, 2014