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Jeffrey Goldberg / The Atlantic:
The Atlantic relaunches its homepage to emphasize density, doubling the number of “above the fold” stories   —  The casual reader could be forgiven for assuming that The Atlantic is not a hot center of high-velocity digital innovation.  We are, after all, 160 years old.
May 18, 2017, 1:35 PM - In context

Adrienne LaFrance / The Atlantic:
Q&A with the NYT's Public Editor Liz Spayd on the role, dealing with criticism, and how she doesn't have any “wholesale regrets” about columns she's written   —  It's been a hell of a year for the public editor of The New York Times.  —  The veteran journalist Liz Spayd started in the gig last July.
May 16, 2017, 11:46 AM - In context

Derek Thompson / The Atlantic:
ESPN isn't dying, but its cable-TV business is declining as the cost of sports programming rises, meaning it will need to transition to a new business model   —  Last week, ESPN laid off 100 employees, including several well-known SportsCenter anchors and popular writers.
May 2, 2017, 11:20 AM - In context

Adrienne LaFrance / The Atlantic:
Yahoo's fate is a sign of what's to come for businesses including news organizations that rely heavily on digital ad revenue   —  Yahoo filed its final quarterly report this week.  And just like that, the once-mighty tech firm is exiting public trading.  —  The company has been unraveling …
Apr 23, 2017, 3:45 AM - In context

Rosie Gray / The Atlantic:
Russia's Sputnik hires former Breitbart News reporter Lee Stranahan to launch a radio show   —  A former Breitbart News writer is launching a radio show for Russian propaganda network Sputnik.  —  “I'm on the Russian payroll now, when you work at Sputnik you're being paid by the Russians …
Apr 5, 2017, 5:10 PM - In context

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




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