The Daily Beast brings Cheat Sheet news summaries to its mobile app and Alexa | Tech Crunch ift.tt/2gy9v Tf report error The Daily Beast brings Cheat Sheet news summaries to its mobile app and Alexa | Tech Crunch The Daily Beast brings Cheat Sheet news summaries to its mobile app and Alexa | Tech Crunch Anthony Ha – 2016-12-13 The Daily Beast launched a new version of its i OS app today, incorporating one of the IAC-owned news site’s main features — the Cheat Sheet, which provides brief (150 to 200 word) summaries of the day’s top stories.The Cheat Sheet gets prominent placement in the app.Dyer also argued that the Cheat Sheet represents a new format for journalism — he suggested that aside from tweets, most journalism falls somewhere between an article and a deeply reported feature, so “our view is that there’s white space between an article and a tweet.” Now, if you’re the kind of journalism nerd who likes arguing about different formats (i.e., me), you might be thinking, “What about news briefs?” Well, Dyer argued that Cheats are a different “art form”: “What makes it distinct, if you look at brief products, they do a pretty good job of giving short version of what is happening, but we describe a Cheat as an overview with a point of view.
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