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At Mt. San Antonio College, they've traded in print for distributed publishing, focusing on realtime reporting and distribution: "We're speaking the language ...
What happened when Pacific Standard, The Ringer, The Awl, The Bold Italic, and Femsplain moved their sites over to Medium.
"We're selecting stories very carefully based on what we think readers there want to read. We're not just copying and pasting."
Here’s some news about tangible money. Civil, the earnestly hopeful, sometimes scorned, promise-filled blockchain-crypto journalism startup that’s managed ...
Plus: Fiction podcasts' next phase, poetry on the radio, and the "Dollar Shave Club for disaster emergency kits."
It no longer takes 44 steps to buy the cryptocurrency undergirding Civil, the journalism blockchain startup. It takes about 33, give or take. Let’s back up ...
In these potential pre-recession days, everyone is watching consolidations and combinations (and private equity purchases). But what about mergers — between ...
A couple of days after Julia Angwin was fired as editor-in-chief of The Markup — the nonprofit investigative news outlet she co-founded — support for her ...
The bigger their funding, the harder they fall — and it’s been a really, really, really hard fall for podcast startup Luminary this week. The $100 million ...
People keep wishing for micropayments. (“Just the one article, please! I’ll pay for it!”) But micropayments keep not panning out. And just as the world ...
The seesaw between platforms and news outlets is culminating in a local news experiment between Google and McClatchy, in which Google has pledged to fund the ...
How do Indian news audiences navigate the online news domain? Can one find patterns of audience fragmentation in the Indian media ecosystem? At the Reuters ...
Welcome to Hot Pod, a newsletter about podcasts. This is issue 217, dated July 9, 2019. A midyear check-in. I feel like I’ve been somnambulant. How is it ...
Mic was an easy company to make fun of. (I guess I technically shouldn’t use the past tense, since Bustle Digital Group is still churning out content at the ...
Five years ago this summer, Europeans were showering a pair of nascent news sites with money. De Correspondent had crowdfunded $1.3 million in the Netherlands ...
On February 26, a new online women’s magazine went live in Australia following one of the media industry’s worst years in history. Emerging after a torrent ...
In December 2016, Facebook enlisted a handful of U.S.-based news organizations (ABC News, Snopes, PolitiFact, FactCheck.org, and the AP) to help stem the flow ...
“Misinformer: A Detective Game Based On Real Journalism.” The investigative online journalism startup Point, a London-based investigative journalism ...
Welcome to Hot Pod, a newsletter about podcasts. This is issue 222, dated August 20, 2019 PodPass: Open vs. closed. It’s becoming increasingly common to ...
The Philadelphia Inquirer is trying to both build and be the local newsroom of the future — at the same time. The Inquirer was once arguably the nation’s ...
“At 7,000 members our lives are already changed for the better”: How the Daily Maverick developed its membership program
On August 15, 2018, we announced to attendees of our Media Gathering event in Cape Town the start of our adventures into membership for Daily Maverick. At the ...
Back in 2013, the Australian trade publication Mumbrella launched an expansion into the giant continent to its north to cover Asian media and marketing. Today, ...
When a news organization is slapped with a defamation lawsuit, it can be a cause for panic. In 2012, Idaho billionaire Frank VanderSloot sued Mother Jones over ...
Earlier this month, ESPN televised a high school basketball game between the alma mater of LeBron James and the current school of LeBron James Jr., otherwise ...
At any given moment, a digital newsroom knows a lot about its audience: how much time people spend with stories, what they share, what they are saying about ...
A recently published survey looking at smartphone usage in the Nordic countries contained an astonishing number. In the 18- to 24-year-old age group, only 87 ...
Front-end developer for Gannett Digital marketing specialist for Texas Restaurant Association Active channels specialist hiring software engineering interns at ...
News deserts were yesterday. In the year to come, journalism will rediscover the communities it’s meant to serve. Several factors will contribute to this. ...
This year, podcasts turned 15 years old, and while we are squarely in digital audio’s awkward adolescence, we’re also witnessing the dawn of the audio web. ...
In 2012, when Nick Martin heard the news that a man named J.T. Ready had murdered four people and killed himself in Arizona, he was stunned. Martin — then a ...
Three years after venture capital cash led to a round of app releases, celebrity endorsements, and rapid customer acquisition, some of the major news ...
Welcome to Hot Pod, a newsletter about podcasts. This is issue 241, dated January 14, 2020. Slate’s Slow Burn will return to politics for its fourth season. ...
The true-crime boom seems to have no end in sight. While crime reporting has long been a staple of newspapers and television news, the podcasting boom has ...
Two nimble but powerful organizations are joining forces to continue reimagining journalism as a public service. The three-person team of Detroit’s ...
Welcome to Hot Pod, a newsletter about podcasts. This is issue 243, dated January 28, 2020. Recap. The busyness of January continues. Three stories from the ...
After a yearlong beta, the ad-free-news startup Scroll launched to the general public today. Founded by former Chartbeat, Spotify, and Foursquare executives, ...
The tech industry is littered with startups once framed in a pitch meeting as “[successful existing company], but for [some other line of business].” Uber, ...
Welcome to Hot Pod, a newsletter about podcasts. This is issue 246, dated February 18, 2020. The Podcast Academy. Last Friday, a group of podcast publishers ...
At first blush, it looks a bit like an old-fashioned newspaper war. (For our younger readers: Long ago, some cities had two or more strong newspapers that ...
With a decade of covering Asia’s tech ecosystem, Tech In Asia is no stranger to the volatility of startup life — nor is it immune from it itself. Battling ...
Did you give birth in your home? Do you know of police misconduct in New Jersey? Have you been injured working for the U.S. Postal Service? Do you make, test, ...
So you want to start a digital news organization for your community. Where would you go to look up the ownership structure of your favorite local outlet? What ...
It’s not unusual for newspaper owners to have, well, other interests. In the old days of family ownership, it was common for the publisher’s kid to go off ...
Bloomberg is a Rorschachian word. For many, it’s the unique politician, whose Presidential flirtations have reshuffled our politics from time to time. For ...
The biggest challenge for news entrepreneurs often isn’t building a news product — it’s developing a sustainable business model. For journalists of color ...
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