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Davey Alba / BuzzFeed:
Medium's latest pivot to letting all writers choose to go behind paywall prompts skepticism from some publishers burned by the platform's unpredictability   —  Ev Williams changes his mind.  A lot.  —  Most recently, the CEO of the online publishing platform Medium switched the company …
Oct 11, 2017, 3:40 PM - In context

Alyssa Bereznak / The Ringer:
A look at publications like MEL, Van Winkle's, and Here, with specific brand sponsors and varying levels of editorial independence and long-term potential   —  Editorial enterprises like MEL, Real Life, and Van Winkle's could be the future of publishing—or they could be the next phase of Silicon Valley's media takeover
Sep 28, 2017, 5:35 AM - In context

Daniel Chivu / Daily Front Row:
Interview with Choire Sicha, formerly of Gawker, The Awl, and Vox Media, as he takes over as editor of The New York Times Style section   —  Five years ago, The New York Times boardroom seemed an unlikely place for a tête-à-tê te with former Gawker star Choire Sicha.
Sep 22, 2017, 4:15 PM - In context

Laura Hazard Owen / Nieman Lab:
Q&A with Medium founder Ev WIlliams on the platform's pivot away from advertising and how its new reader-powered business model will work   —  “What we want to do is create the best possible place to support great content.  How does the best media in the world work?
Aug 30, 2017, 10:40 AM - In context

Silvia Killingsworth / The Awl:
The Awl has migrated from Medium back to WordPress, its former content management system   —  Good morning!  How did you sleep?  Me neither.  —  As you may have noticed, The Awl looks a bit different today—that's because we moved back to WordPress, our former (robot voice, arms) content management system.
Aug 4, 2017, 10:55 AM - In context

Joe Pompeo / Vanity Fair:
Sources: Choire Sicha will be the next editor of The New York Times Styles section   —  After a prolonged search, the former Gawker and Awl editor ascends.  —  Choire Sicha will be the next editor of The New York Times Styles section, multiple sources familiar with the matter confirmed to Vanity Fair.
Jul 28, 2017, 1:15 PM - In context

Jia Tolentino / New Yorker:
The personal-essay boom ended after Trump's election, when subjects like relationships, self-image, and intimate struggle lost their social relevance   —  There's a certain kind of personal essay that, for a long time, everybody seemed to hate.  These essays were mostly written by women.
May 21, 2017, 8:15 AM - In context

Laura Hazard Owen / Nieman Lab:
As Longreads turns eight, a look at how membership fees have funded original reporting since the startup's acquisition by Automattic in 2014   —  A lot of startups have wanted to be “a great place for writers.”  Longreads appears to actually be succeeding at this.  —  At eight, Longreads is a bit of a wizened survivor.
May 1, 2017, 12:40 PM - In context

Casey Newton / The Verge:
How Facebook's shifting priorities and inferior monetization options for Instant Articles are leading some big publishers to abandon the format   —  Facebook's Instant Articles promised to transform journalism — but now big publishers are fleeing  —  Inside Facebook's Menlo Park headquarters …
Apr 16, 2017, 1:25 PM - In context

Julie Bort / Business Insider:
Behind Medium's pivot away from an ad-funded business model, as some people increasingly call the startup a vanity project for billionaire founder Ev Williams   —  Four days into 2017, Medium's employees came to work and were told that one-third of them, 50 people, were fired.  —  They were shocked.
Feb 13, 2017, 10:45 AM - In context




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