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“I’m not so much interested in specific skills as dispositions. Are we helping people be able to learn really fast, so when things do change they can move with it without completely freaking out?”
The app, named Bridge, is meant to solve “a problem that’s a flaw with the way Facebook and Twitter currently operate.”
“Serial had to stay nonfictional. At the end of the show, it didn’t necessarily mean that it had a conclusion. That’s the biggest advantage we have: We’re making it up. So we can give you an ending.”
“We missed the kind of writing it represents. We missed the kind of audience engagement it represents.”
Like the media it covers, journalism criticism has moved from the work of a few established institutions to something more diffuse.
The E.W. Scripps–operated WCPO.com is moving in on Cincinnati.com’s turf, though both outlets ultimately see the competition as driving richer, deeper journalism for the city and the greater Cincinnati region.
BuzzFeed has figured out how to make content go viral. Can it figure out how to build community and reach younger audiences with podcasting?