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Derek Thompson / The Atlantic Online:
Music agents rely on data to identify potential hits, entrenching repetitive, derivative songs   —  The Shazam Effect  —  Record companies are tracking download and search data to predict which new songs will be hits.  This has been good for business—but is it bad for music?
Nov 20, 2014, 9:02 AM - In context

Alana Semuels / The Atlantic Online:
Amidst the rise of digital upstarts like Gawker, local news continues to suffer   —  Is There Hope for Local News?  —  Tim Redmond was another casualty of the shrinking news business.  But he's not going to give up on covering his city.  —  SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.—Tim Redmond is a local news guy.
Nov 10, 2014, 10:30 PM - In context

Derek Thompson / The Atlantic Online:
The cable bundle has unraveled more in the last 24 hours than in the previous 24 months   —  The cable bundle has unraveled more in the last 24 hours than in the previous 24 months  —  Yesterday, HBO announced a new Internet streaming service for 2015 that will let you watch shows without a cable subscription.
Oct 16, 2014, 12:50 PM - In context

Derek Thompson / The Atlantic Online:
George Gallup's 1928 college thesis showed readers lie about how much serious news they want   —  Readers Are Liars: The 1928 Study That Predicted the Future of News  —  It's a simple enough question: What do you read all day long?  —  For hundreds of years, it was also an utter mystery to the publishing business.
Oct 8, 2014, 7:30 PM - In context

Derek Thompson / The Atlantic Online:
How TV's Sports Addiction Could Destroy Its Business   —  Over the weekend, the NBA struck a massive deal with ESPN and TNT worth $24 billion between 2016 and the 2024-25 season.  On its face, it's a good and obvious move—good for the NBA, good for fans, and obvious for the networks.
Oct 7, 2014, 7:20 AM - In context

Robinson Meyer / The Atlantic Online:
In The New York Times's new live news feed, tweets and updates from official sources trump those from ordinary people   —  In 1928, The New York Times installed a news ticker on the side of its building.  The prologue to today's TV news tickers, the Times called it a “zipper” and displayed the headlines of the day on it.
Oct 2, 2014, 10:20 PM - In context

Kate Newman / The Atlantic Online:
Publishing houses skip fact-checking despite accuracy scandals due to lack of repercussions   —  Book Publishing, Not Fact-Checking  —  Readers might think nonfiction books are the most reliable media sources there are.  But accuracy scandals haven't reformed an industry that faces no big repercussions for errors.
Sep 5, 2014, 7:10 AM - In context

Uri Friedman / The Atlantic Online:
The Stories Steven Sotloff Told   —  On the work of the American journalist reportedly murdered by ISIS  —  “The civilians of Aleppo are trapped in a violent stalemate, left to endure a war whose suffering and hardships grow larger with every passing day.  Though NATO Secretary-General …
Sep 2, 2014, 6:30 PM - In context

Adrienne Lafrance / The Atlantic Online:
118 Years Ago, The New York Times Crowdsourced a New Motto   —  Though it may seem like a product of the Internet, crowdsourcing has been around for ages.  —  Take, for example, an experiment run by The New York Times in 1896, when the newspaper decided it was time to replace its famous motto, “All the News That's Fit to Print.”
Aug 18, 2014, 1:55 PM - In context

Ethan Zuckerman / The Atlantic Online:
Ad-supported web led to targeting and surveillance as a default; let's try again, with fees for service   —  The Internet's Original Sin  —  Ron Carlson's short story “What We Wanted To Do” takes the form of an apology from a villager who failed to protect his comrades from marauding Visigoths.
Aug 14, 2014, 11:30 AM - In context




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