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The Atlantic launches Notes, a section for staff blogging with comments submitted via email   —  Welcome to Notes  —  We've brought blogging back to  Here are some thoughts from our editors on what this new section's all about.  —  As Gould said, we're hoping Notes …
Aug 27, 2015, 1:25 AM - In context

Madison Mainwaring / The Atlantic:
Only two full-time dance critics remain at US newspapers as arts coverage declines   —  The Death of the American Dance Critic  —  Misty Copeland has become something of a household name in recent months.  In late June, she became the first black ballerina to be named principal at American Ballet Theater …
Aug 20, 2015, 1:40 AM - In context

Joe Pinsker / The Atlantic:
Wikipedia's dwindling ranks of volunteer editors struggle to stop editors paid by PR firms   —  The Covert World of People Trying to Edit Wikipedia—for Pay  —  On January 11, 2013, James Heilman, an emergency-room physician and one of Wikipedia's most prolific medical editors …
Aug 16, 2015, 10:05 PM - In context

Derek Thompson / The Atlantic:
How ESPN, dominant in the TV sports business, is transitioning to mobile   —  ESPN's Plan to Dominate the Post-TV World  —  On July 11, 2014, LeBron James announced that he was leaving the Miami Heat to return to his hometown Cleveland Cavaliers.  Within a few minutes of the announcement …
Jul 13, 2015, 5:10 AM - In context

Retirement of current Librarian of Congress, with broad legal powers to shape US copyright policy, prompts discussion about what his successor should do   —  How a New Librarian of Congress Could Improve U.S. Copyright … Many things are said about the Librarian of Congress.
Jun 22, 2015, 7:15 AM - In context

Robinson Meyer / The Atlantic:
Both the New York Times and Washington Post will soon make web-traffic data available to reporters, and that's a good thing   —  Should Journalists Know How Many People Read Their Stories?  —  Soon, reporters at two of the country's leading newspapers will have access to the most basic type …
Jun 7, 2015, 8:20 PM - In context

Joe Pinsker / The Atlantic:
Podcasting's Ubiquitous Advertisers: Why Every Show Is Brought to You by Squarespace   —  It's by now a trope of modern listening: The soothing tones of Ira Glass or Sarah Koenig subside and make way for a sponsor mentioning promotional codes for online stamps, boxes of all-natural snacks, or tools for building a website.
May 16, 2015, 11:30 AM - In context

Joe Pinsker / The Atlantic:
Interview with Sarah Alvarez, founder of Pilotwire, a project that caters to low income news consumers   —  Getting the News to Everyone, Not Just the Wealthy  —  Who is the news made for?  In answering that question, the free market tends to sniff out potential readers with a good amount …
May 11, 2015, 10:00 PM - In context

Chris Heller / The Atlantic:
The Business of The Onion: How America's Best Satirical News Source Makes Money … The Onion had a problem: It fell behind the times.  The mock newspaper hadn't printed an issue on actual paper since 2013, and in the period since, it never redesigned its website.
May 4, 2015, 5:45 PM - In context

Edward Delman / The Atlantic:
Russian lawmaker claims RT is a lobbying instrument not a media tool, but declaring it a foreign agent may prove difficult   —  When Is a TV Channel a Foreign Agent? … Where do the limits of a free press lie?  If one were to ask Ilya Ponomarev, a member of the Russian parliament …
Apr 24, 2015, 6:20 PM - In context

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