NLP’s Facebook PSA campaign creates international buzz

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The News Literacy Project’s plans to create public service ads for Facebook made headlines around the world.

Founder and CEO Alan C. Miller told The Christian Science Monitor that the effort “makes sense” because Facebook is the place to “share the tools to be better-informed consumers and sharers of all that people are getting on the platform.”

In The Irish Times and the Financial Times (registration may be required), Miller described how NLP may create video ads to reach beyond its secondary-school roots to reach a broader Facebook audience.

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