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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

Joaquin Sapien / ProPublica:
Podcast: Mother Jones' reporter Shane Bauer on his time as an undercover prison guard   —  Mother Jones reporter Shane Bauer has spent much of his career reporting on criminal justice.  For years he'd been frustrated by the secretive nature of the American private prison industry.
Jul 8, 2016, 7:45 PM - In context

Margaret Sullivan / Washington Post:
The Mother Jones prison investigation shows how undercover reporting can work, with extreme care in some cases   —  Undercover reporting is the James Dean of journalism: thrilling, but dangerous.  —  Nellie Bly did it in 1887 when she checked herself into an insane asylum and emerged with stories of beatings and neglect.
Jul 4, 2016, 11:45 PM - In context

Study comparing stories from The New Yorker and BuzzFeed finds credibility gap closing, as participants find both publications more credible than not   —  It's one of magazine journalism's most pressing questions: How can publications that have long captivated print consumers earn the trust of wary online readers?
Jun 29, 2016, 1:00 AM - In context

David Uberti / Columbia Journalism Review:
Inside Mother Jones' investigation of private prisons, and how reporter Shane Bauer worked for four months as a prison guard in Louisiana   —  Shane Bauer tried to keep a straight face.  The Mother Jones senior reporter was on assignment at a private prison in Louisiana, working as a guard.
Jun 26, 2016, 3:50 PM - In context

Noah Kulwin / Recode:
Mother Jones targeted again by law firm that earlier waged a three-year legal fight against the magazine   —  MoJo is under a similar kind of attack to the one perpetrated by billionaire Peter Thiel on Gawker.  —  The most troubling thing about Peter Thiel's efforts to destroy Gawker Media is that he has …
Jun 25, 2016, 5:45 PM - In context

Nick Denton / Gawker:
Gawker Media will be fine in the long run, and its legal battles have exposed the imbalance of power when covering Silicon Valley   —  Perhaps the most embarrassing aspect of filing for bankruptcy is the well-meaning condolence note from a friend.  “I'm so sorry,” more than one has written.
Jun 15, 2016, 2:50 PM - In context




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