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11:45 PM ET, September 1, 2018

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Christopher Robbins / Gothamist:
Leaked audio: Village Voice owner tells staff publication will cease posting stories, 15-20 staff to remain to “wind things down” and work on an online archive  —  Three years after buying The Village Voice, and a year after the paper shut down its print edition …
Ben Smith / BuzzFeed News:
The political journalism of the nineties and aughts, in which politics was covered like a tactical game using sports metaphors, is inadequate in today's climate  —  Traditional political journalists were the last people to notice in 2016 that the world had changed.
Renee DiResta / Wired:
As politicians accuse search and social media firms of censorship, the real focus should be on opaque algorithms and reckless amplification of harmful content  —  THE ALGORITHMS THAT govern how we find information online are once again in the news—but you have to squint to find them.
Daniel Funke / Poynter:
A look at harassment campaigns and death threats Italian fact-checkers like David Puente face after debunking high profile viral hoaxes  —  David Puente has been a debunker for years.  —  From his home in Udine, Italy, he has investigated misinformation — its origins, authors and distribution methods — in his free time since 2014.
Hunter Walk:
Q&A with The Atlantic's Taylor Lorenz on covering internet culture, validating online tips, and why women are doing so well covering tech, culture, and society  —  I love anthropology even more than I love algorithms.  Watching people use my products like Second Life and YouTube …
n+1:
Social media, metrics, bad faith readers, columnists, instant and bad takes, blogosphere nostalgia, and online abuse have created an op-ed internet culture  —  Each this is not to say or in other words a dull sword wielded against willful misunderstanding  —  HAVE EDITORS EVER KNOWN SO MUCH about their readers?
Daniel Funke / Poynter:
Study of 299 US adults shows that when people are exposed to tweets containing “fake news”, their ability to tell real from fraudulent stories decreases  —  Russian trolls?  Fake news.  —  Hate speech?  Fake news.  —  Iranian disinformation?  Fake news.
Discussion: @dangillmor
The Daily Beast:
Sources describe how Ronan Farrow's work on Harvey Weinstein died at NBC News: pressure via Weinstein lawyers and NBC general counsel, lack of executive support  —  Ronan Farrow had already left NBC News.  But a top lawyer at the network threatened to smear him if he continued to pursue the Hollywood mogul …
Olivia Nuzzi / New York Magazine:
Sources: Trump's Rose Garden videos are meant to make him feel good, remind him of his earlier digital media virality, and allow him to control the aesthetics  —  You may be wondering why, throughout the second half of August, the president of the United States has been standing in the Rose Garden and yelling.
Discussion: Observer
 
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