What news media need to know to start using telegraph

What news media need to know to start using telegraph

news organizations are now falling in love with telegram it’s time
The messaging app application telegram was originally created for private communication. Over time, news media has become a useful content distribution tool through channels and chat groups. At present, there are more than 500million active users worldwide.
Telegram was founded by Pavel durov, a Russian entrepreneur, in 2013. It first took off in Eastern European countries including Russia, Ukraine and Belarus. Later, due to the privacy function and political instability from Hong Kong to the United States, it is expanding globally. Telegraph is currently the sixth most common global messaging app.
It is very popular in authoritative countries such as Iran. In Iran, telegram is the main social platform with more than 50 million users. At the beginning of 2018, the government refused to delete encryption from officials, so it was completely prohibited. Therefore, people turned to VPN servers and proxies, or informal app app application versions called “Forks”. However, the latter can be dangerous. In the disclosure event in March, 2020, the account ID, user name and telephone number of 42million users were leaked.
It is becoming more and more popular in the West. The countries with the most traffic in telegram currently include Germany, Italy and Brazil. This is due to the large-scale platformization from other social media. Most messaging apps have content strategies to prevent the audience from using hate speech, but the restrictions on telegram are more relaxed.
Therefore, he became a priority destination for supporters of former president Donald Trump and called for violence after the uprising in the congress hall. According to sensortower, in January this year, telegram became the second largest messenger installed in the United States.
The increase in the number of users (mostly not activists) is only one of the reasons why the news media pay attention to telegram. As a publisher, I collected the information needed to succeed on the platform.

Telegraph’s advantages over news media
control content distribution: readers of the telegraph channel view all published content in chronological order. Therefore, influence and user participation directly depend on the quality of the story and the ability to create participants—— Unlike Facebook, instagram and LinkedIn. This means one of the best viewing / sharing rates among social media platforms
easy to use platform settings: the platform makes full use of the mute / mute button. Followers can receive all published notifications, avoid notifications, and use app applications when appropriate. From 2019, telegraph users can also divide chat and channels into custom categories and further personalize their feeds.
high speed and low bandwidth requirements: telegram is very suitable for real-time reporting of events and functions at a low Internet speed. This is a famous proof in Belarus after the outbreak of protests in August 2020. The authorities want the Internet to fall into the trickle and prevent people from coordinating. The whole capital is basically offline, but the telegraph channel continues to work to provide media organizations with tools to cover the protests. According to telegraph analytics, in the first month of the protests, the Belarus news channel nexta live had more than 300000 to 2million subscribers.
reliable privacy system: telegram is designed with anti authority, powerful data protection and anti audit solutions. Messages from groups, channels, and private chats are stored on corporate servers with cloud based encryption. In other words, it is theoretically accessible. To create 100% of private line users, telegram introduced secret chat using end-to-end encryption. The secret chat message is stored on the user’s device. After the chat is deleted, the message disappears without data trace. This makes telegram’s secret chat a safe way to communicate with other journalists, readers and even whistleblowers.
ways to reach young audiences directly: telegram is one of the most popular messengers among young people. They often want to pay for media content and have the ability to do so. This is especially true in Eastern Europe and Central Asia, where participant studies show that most users are under the age of 34.