Viral content, relevant news aimed at audience who offers excuses to news

The Morning Memo puts Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and email together to deliver stories to young commuters in the United Kingdom.

There are three steps to our morning: first we update our Instagram account with the news, then we update our website and finally we send out our morning memo. There are two main elements to the news coverage from us. While we’ll often just share links with a one-line explainer/headline, we might also choose some of our favourite lines from an article.

There’s a long history when it comes to informative – and useful – morning roundups and we’re hoping to build upon some of the best ones out there.

Would you read it?

Check out some of today’s copy, which has both an international and demographic feel. Three grad students built it there. Could you build it?

You can.

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