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“NPR’s capacity is really in news and the spoken word, and it’s very active on the cultural side, but not organized around music. There was a sense we either needed to work with each other or have a hard time competing at all.”
How the perceived lack of authenticity in women’s magazines is leading readers (and writers) to personal newsletters.
“I’m tempted to make the explanation for that complicated, but it’s pretty simple: we worked ourselves to the point of exhaustion, struggled to raise money and just ran out of time.”
The module formerly known as Watching is linking out less than it used to, but the Times says it still believes in curating the work of other news organizations.