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Adrienne LaFrance / The Atlantic:
Study of 1.5K scholars and tech experts shows 81% expect online incivility and trolling to stay same or get worse, with “Potemkin internet” hiding incivility   —  I'm going to confess an occasional habit of mine, which is petty, and which I would still enthusiastically recommend …
Mar 29, 2017, 6:15 PM - In context

The Atlantic is opening an international bureau in London, which will be led by National Correspondent James Fallows who will be the mag's first Europe editor   —  Washington, D.C. (March 27, 2017)—The Atlantic today announced a major expansion across the Atlantic, with plans for 10 editorial …
Mar 27, 2017, 7:31 AM - In context

Rosie Gray / The Atlantic:
Profile of Newsmax CEO Chris Ruddy, a friend of Trump who has emerged over the past few weeks as one of the president's most prominent unofficial spokesmen   —  Chris Ruddy is the Zelig of the Trump administration.  —  He's on CNN, blasting the White House chief of staff.
Mar 10, 2017, 1:35 PM - In context

Kaveh Waddell / The Atlantic:
WikiLeaks press release hints at “impactful stories” in its document cache as reporters wrestle with how to approach the information   —  Since around the time of the presidential election in November, the U.S. media has taken a hard look at its tumultuous love affair with WikiLeaks.
Mar 7, 2017, 5:05 PM - In context

Adrienne LaFrance / The Atlantic:
Even in an age of nearly-real-time news, big stories still often break in the evening because of newspaper print deadlines   —  It's usually around 8 p.m. when the push notifications start rolling in.  On Wednesday night, The New York Times kicked things off at 7:56 p.m. with a major story …
Mar 2, 2017, 3:25 PM - In context

McKay Coppins / The Atlantic:
Profile of Tucker Carlson, who as a newly minted primetime Fox News anchor has emerged as one of the most powerful people in media   —  Tucker Carlson is selling me hard on the swamp.  It is an unseasonably warm afternoon in late January, and we are seated at a corner table in Monocle …
Feb 26, 2017, 11:30 PM - In context

James Kirchick / The Atlantic:
How Washington power-brokers protected columnist Joe Alsop for over 13 years after the KGB entrapped him in a homosexual tryst   —  Joe Alsop was the dean of Washington's foreign-policy columnists, a committed Cold Warrior, the doyen of Georgetown society, close confidante to presidents, senators, secretaries of state—and secretly gay.
Feb 20, 2017, 7:40 AM - In context

Adrienne LaFrance / The Atlantic:
Mark Zuckerberg's lip service to journalism is not enough to sustain media amid Facebook's ad revenue siphoning and hands-off view of editorial responsibility   —  It's not that Mark Zuckerberg set out to dismantle the news business when he founded Facebook 13 years ago.
Feb 18, 2017, 3:35 PM - In context

David A. Graham / The Atlantic:
Classic Trump administration news cycle: press report based on a leaked document, an official denial and scolding for not seeking comment, a cry of “fake news”   —  Friday morning, the Associated Press dropped a bombshell report: “Trump administration considers mobilizing …
Feb 17, 2017, 5:15 PM - In context

Rosie Gray / The Atlantic:
Sources: foreign staffers at WSJ on edge after recent layoffs, which shut down Budapest and Madrid bureaus, cut two reporters in Moscow and one in Warsaw, more   —  Unhappiness at The Wall Street Journal doesn't stop at the United States border.  A slew of layoffs around the world …
Feb 16, 2017, 11:15 AM - In context




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