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James Fallows / The Atlantic:
News organizations know that Trump will attack the truth this evening and they must be prepared to defend it, perhaps with on-screen fact-checking   —  Once again, broadcasters prove hapless in the face of Trump's three familiar tools.  —  National correspondent at The Atlantic
Jan 8, 2019, 1:50 PM - In context

Dick Polman / The Atlantic:
How Hunter S. Thompson's coverage of Nixon and writings about American politics predicted the rise of anti-press populism   —  “Trump is present on every page, even though he's never mentioned once,” the author says.  —  If Hunter S. Thompson were still alive—if the so-called Gonzo journalist …
Jan 2, 2019, 3:45 AM - In context

Derek Thompson / The Atlantic:
The news media is shifting to a post-ad future, away from dependence on advertisers to reliance on readers and patrons, and this is changing news coverage   —  Why the news is going back to the 19th century  —  It's my holiday tradition to bring tidings of discomfort and sorrow to my colleagues in the news business.
Dec 31, 2018, 11:10 AM - In context

Taylor Lorenz / The Atlantic:
A look at Speakr, a social media influencer management platform that some influencers say has failed to pay them, with trouble starting in late 2017   —  The agency Speakr set influencers up with brands for lucrative campaigns—and then stiffed them.  —  After rising to MySpace fame in the mid-aughts …
Dec 27, 2018, 2:40 AM - In context

Austin Murphy / The Atlantic:
Austin Murphy, a former senior writer at Sports Illustrated, on switching from a career in journalism to working for Amazon delivering packages   —  There's a certain novelty, after decades at a legacy media company, in playing for the team that's winning big.
Dec 26, 2018, 8:35 AM - In context

Julianna Goldman / The Atlantic:
“Anti-Mom bias” is keeping working mothers out of the TV news industry, with bosses unwilling to accommodate female correspondents with children   —  For female television reporters, the decision to have kids can be a career-ending one.  —  It was the only time I had cried in front of one of my bosses at CBS News.
Dec 4, 2018, 1:20 PM - In context

Derek Thompson / The Atlantic:
Journalists can avoid spreading Trump's infectious lies via headlines and tweets by abstaining from amplifying or by adding context   —  Journalists have become complicit in spreading the president's falsehoods and conspiracy theories.  Here's how they can do better.  —  Staff writer at The Atlantic
Nov 19, 2018, 2:20 PM - In context

Scott Nover / The Atlantic:
Press freedom advocates express cautious relief, for now, after the return of Jim Acosta's press press, and praise unity of most media outlets supporting access   —  A federal judge temporarily restored Jim Acosta's White House press credentials, but didn't rule on the CNN correspondent's First Amendment claims.
Nov 16, 2018, 2:05 PM - In context

Michelle Fields / The Atlantic:
Ex-Breitbart reporter Michelle Fields, accused of falsely saying Lewandowski assaulted her, says accusers apparently were projecting, as they aim at Acosta now   —  Trump supporters accused me of smearing his campaign manager.  Today they're smearing Jim Acosta.  —  Founding partner of JMW strategies
Nov 8, 2018, 3:45 PM - In context

Taylor Lorenz / The Atlantic:
Twitter should kill the retweet if it wants to foster healthy conversation, instead of the Like, as RTs are what really reward and drive outlandish comments   —  The feature derails healthy conversation and preys on users' worst instincts.  —  On Monday, Twitter was briefly ablaze …
Oct 30, 2018, 2:15 AM - In context




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