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Mobile app Audm offers audio recordings of magazine articles, read by actors, for $6.99 per month, shares revenue with publications based on performance   —  The New York actor William Demeritt spent the better part of 2017 as William Shakespeare, portraying the poet in the US premier of Shakespeare in Love …
Jan 7, 2018, 6:45 AM - In context

Michael Calderone / Politico:
Wall Street Journal reporters Shane Harris and Paul Sonne head to the Washington Post, following three other WSJ reporters hired by WaPo earlier in 2017   —  NEW YORK TIMES EXECUTIVE EDITOR DEAN BAQUET said Glenn Thrush “behaved in ways that we do not condone” and “acted offensively.”
Dec 21, 2017, 1:35 PM - In context

Jane Coaston / Vox:
Far-right media soothes Moore voters' cognitive dissonance by providing an alternate version of reality, delegitimizing what's outside their political bubble   —  “I don't think I ever intended to basically say, 'Everything that mainstream news says is not true.'"
Dec 11, 2017, 1:50 AM - In context

Andrew Granato / Stanford Politics:
Inside the Stanford Review, the “contrarian” publication founded by Peter Thiel; former staff say Thiel meets with eds regularly and often hires Review alumni   —  This is the cover story for the November 2017 issue of Stanford Politics Magazine.
Nov 27, 2017, 4:00 PM - In context

Profile of Jay Caspian King, Vice News Tonight's civil rights correspondent and a prominent writer on issues like Asian-American culture and race   —  Jay Caspian Kang collects basketball sneakers.  He surfs.  He plays poker and says he once lost $9,000 to a stripper wearing heart-shaped sunglasses in Las Vegas.
Nov 8, 2017, 9:20 AM - In context

Paul Rosenberg / Salon:
How journalism's norms lead to reluctance by editors and media outlets to call out political lies, and how new tactics or beats could improve reporting   —  Media's obsession with “balance” and addiction to spectacle led to disaster.  Can we get back to real reporting now?
Nov 5, 2017, 8:30 PM - In context

McKay Coppins / Columbia Journalism Review:
Ben Shapiro, Ann Coulter, Matthew Continetti of the Free Beacon, and others talk about the idea of objective media playing a neutral role, and they're doubtful   —  Conservative critics of the press want more than just a louder voice.  They want The New York Times and The Washington Post to go away.
Oct 12, 2017, 9:05 AM - In context

Heather Timmons / Quartz:
Sources: Facebook plans to sign up conservative US magazine The Weekly Standard as a fact-checking partner   —  In its newest attempt to stem the flood of fake news and conspiracy theories online, Facebook plans to sign up a conservative US magazine, the Weekly Standard, as a fact-checking partner …
Oct 7, 2017, 6:21 PM - In context

The First Amendment fails to protect speech from new tactics like information flooding and online harassment, especially when government aligns with trolls   —  The First Amendment was a dead letter for much of American history.  Unfortunately, there is reason to fear it is entering a new period of political irrelevance.
Sep 30, 2017, 8:40 AM - In context

Telly Davidson / The American Conservative:
The modern iteration of The New Republic, post-Marty Peretz, is a leftist repudiation of its stuffy, neoliberal past   —  103-year-old magazine today is a repudiation of its stuffy, neo-liberal past.  —  In December 2014, one of Washington D.C.'s seminal figures was reported dead across all major newspapers, websites, and cable.
Sep 5, 2017, 6:15 AM - In context




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