Sarah Frier

Bloomberg News

Guest

Sarah Frier is a technology reporter for Bloomberg News.

Sarah Frier on KCRW

Facebook overtook Twitter; will  Snap Chat  overtake Facebook?

Snapchat's IPO: How big will it be?

Facebook overtook Twitter; will Snap Chat overtake Facebook?

from To the Point

Snap Inc. has filed for a $3 billion dollar IPO, reportedly the largest ever for a company based in Los Angeles. The company says nearly 160 million people use Snapchat daily.

Is Snapchat the next Facebook?

Snap Inc. has filed for a $3 billion dollar IPO, reportedly the largest ever for a company based in Los Angeles. The company says nearly 160 million people use Snapchat daily.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Twitter is one of social media’s definitive institutions — crucial to all kinds of discourse in the US and around the world, but it's not making a profit.

Twitter cuts workforce in search of profit

Twitter is one of social media’s definitive institutions — crucial to all kinds of discourse in the US and around the world, but it's not making a profit.

from To the Point

More from KCRW

A Ninth Circuit case has limited how LA responds to homelessness. If the Supreme Court tosses out that decision, the city could ban camping in more places.

from KCRW Features

The recent missile exchanges between Iran and Israel stirred fears of World War III, and while the action has cooled down, the uncertain path still looms with tension.

from Scheer Intelligence

The latest Thursday broadcast of All Things Considered.

from All Things Considered

Jordan Elgrably reminds people of the crucial stories behind those being bombarded daily in Gaza.

from Scheer Intelligence

How much could AI and deepfakes threaten election integrity? Is round two of the border bill dead on arrival?

from Left, Right & Center

Could the presidential nominees hurt their congressional colleagues down the ballot? Plus, we examine the president’s response to an Easter controversy.

from Left, Right & Center

In this episode of Scheer Intelligence, host Robert Scheer is joined by author Natalie Foster, president and co-founder of the Economic Security Project, a network dedicated to…

from Scheer Intelligence

LA officials are increasing law enforcement presence on the county’s Metro system following a spike in violence over the last few weeks.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Santa Ana voters will decide whether to extend voting rights in city elections to non-U.S. citizens in November.

from KCRW Features