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Emily Bazelon / New York Times:
Trump and other billionaires have laid the groundwork for using libel laws and the extortionate legal fees they come with to gag the press   —  A small group of superrich Americans — the president-elect among them — has laid the groundwork for an unprecedented legal assault on the media.
Nov 22, 2016, 10:45 AM - In context

The Guardian asked five liberals and five conservatives to swap Facebook feeds; both sides reported feeling “hurt” by stories they saw   —  Social media has made it easy to live in filter bubbles, sheltered from opposing viewpoints.  So what happens when liberals and conservatives trade realities?
Nov 16, 2016, 9:25 AM - In context

Joseph Lichterman / Nieman Lab:
Since Trump's victory on November 8, Atlantic sees 160% boost in subscriptions and NYT gets four times more print and digital sign-ups than usual   —  ProPublica, The New York Times, The Atlantic, and others say that they've seen an increase in interest from readers.
Nov 14, 2016, 9:30 PM - In context

Erik Wemple / Washington Post:
In the wake of Trump's victory, nonprofit news outlets including Mother Jones, ProPublica, and The Nation have seen a boost in donations and subscriptions   —  ProPublica doesn't do partisanship.  “We picked on the current administration and briefly on the one before that,” said ProPublica President Richard J. Tofel.
Nov 12, 2016, 3:15 AM - In context

Alex T. Williams / Columbia Journalism Review:
Number of journalists at digital-only publishers has plateaued in the past three years, suggesting economic models for digital native publishers are in flux   —  It probably comes as no surprise that jobs for journalists at newspapers continue to disappear.  But in a disturbing development …
Sep 28, 2016, 9:35 AM - In context

Questions for those cheering the demise of a media organization at the hands of a legal system   —  Gawker.com, the pioneering and controversial media blog, officially died yesterday.  It was killed by billionaire Peter Thiel in his successful quest to bankrupt Gawker Media Group through …
Aug 28, 2016, 1:05 PM - In context

Lex Alexander / Blog on the Run:
Gawker flouted basic rules of investigative journalism repeatedly: information is true, of public interest, and the public benefit outweighs harm of publishing   —  The news and gossip site Gawker has been shut down.  But on its last day of existence, writer Tom Scocca made clear …
Aug 22, 2016, 10:50 PM - In context

Prison investigation by Mother Jones staff writer Shane Bauer took over 18 months and cost about $350K; banner ads that ran on the article brought in $5K   —  This June, we published a big story—Shane Bauer's account of his four-month stint as a guard in a private prison.
Aug 18, 2016, 6:20 PM - In context

Philip Bump / Washington Post:
Gawker.com incubated writers who wrote with fearlessness and style, influencing broader web   —  If this is your first day reading an article on the web: Hello and welcome.  If it isn't, you should be aware that much of what you've read on the web to this point has been shaped by the style …
Aug 18, 2016, 3:15 PM - In context

Responses from 113 journalists on the state of media, covering broad range of topics including public distrust, business models, and the impact of social media   —  The notion of authority and accountability has been eroded by internet journalism which allows anybody to write anything.
Jul 24, 2016, 10:25 PM - In context




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