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Peter Beinart / The Atlantic:
How white men from Ivy League schools benefited from a form of affirmative action at The New Republic, and how it affected women and people of color   —  In 1991, the African American Yale Law School professor Stephen Carter wrote a book called Reflections of an Affirmative Action Baby.
Nov 14, 2017, 8:35 PM - In context

Julia Ioffe / The Atlantic:
Twitter DMs show Wikileaks asked Trump Jr. to help share its work, support Assange as ambassador; Trump Jr. appeared to act on some requests during '16 campaign   —  Just before the stroke of midnight on September 20, 2016, at the height of last year's presidential election …
Nov 13, 2017, 6:40 PM - In context

David Sims / The Atlantic:
Disney-Fox rumors raise questions of which, if any, traditional companies can survive given skyrocketing costs and competition with new digital movie makers   —  Reports of the film industry's impending death have been greatly exaggerated.  It'd be more accurate to say the business is consolidating …
Nov 12, 2017, 2:00 AM - In context

Alexis C. Madrigal / The Atlantic:
An in-depth look at Facebook's role in eroding the informational underpinnings of democracy during the 2016 election, and why it was so hard to see it coming   —  In the media world, as in so many other realms, there is a sharp discontinuity in the timeline: before the 2016 election, and after.
Oct 14, 2017, 5:25 AM - In context

Rosie Gray / The Atlantic:
A look at Breitbart now that Bannon has returned: more insight into White House internal workings, harder line on his pet issues, elevation of Matt Boyle, more   —  Steve Bannon was always supposed to return to Breitbart News.  —  When he left his job as executive chairman of the site to join …
Aug 28, 2017, 2:45 PM - In context

Derek Thompson / The Atlantic:
How Disney's change in TV strategy could play out, contributing to a shift in the $40B US TV ad market toward the internet   —  Disney's decision to build its own streaming service is smart.  It's also the latest sign that the traditional cable bundle is doomed.  —  {{#existing_user}}
Aug 13, 2017, 9:45 AM - In context

Franklin Foer / The Atlantic:
Franklin Foer, former editor of the New Republic, on Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes' failed attempt to turn around the magazine's fortunes   —  Chris Hughes was a mythical savior—boyishly innocent, fantastically rich, intellectually curious, unexpectedly humble, and proudly idealistic.
Aug 8, 2017, 9:29 AM - In context

New York Times reporter Rachel Donadio joins The Atlantic as a culture and politics writer based in Paris   —  Washington, D.C. (August 3, 2017)—As The Atlantic continues to expand internationally, Editor in Chief Jeffrey Goldberg announced today the addition of three journalists to its global reporting team.
Aug 3, 2017, 11:15 AM - In context

The Atlantic promotes Deputy Editor Matt Thompson to executive editor; staff writer Adrienne LaFrance appointed editor of the magazine's site   —  The Atlantic announced today the promotions of Matt Thompson and Adrienne LaFrance to two of the company's top editorial positions.
Jul 18, 2017, 7:07 AM - In context

Peter Beinart / The Atlantic:
Nastiness notwithstanding, Tucker Carlson's show offers a look at how Fox might become an intellectually interesting network   —  Over the last two nights, something fascinating has broken out on the Tucker Carlson show: A genuine, and exceedingly bitter, debate between conservatives on foreign policy.
Jul 15, 2017, 2:35 AM - In context

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