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14-year-old online job search company Ladders has hired journalists to bolster and burnish its editorial operation, which will try to cover everything from policy to pop culture (as it relates to work, of course).
The health and life sciences site is in talks with other newspapers about republishing its coverage in print.
The sale of station-owned airwaves to shore up cellular networks offers a rare opportunity to invest in local news and public information needs.
Brut — think a French version of NowThis — has had success reaching a younger demographic and is now partnering with France’s public broadcaster to expand its reach.
Seven questions in what’s already been a very strange year.
“If every guy that needs something to do for 30 seconds on his phone starts reading War on the Rocks, we’re doing something wrong. I want this to be a publication that you need if you work on national security.”
It’s built a membership-driven model that produces trust, connection, and good journalism. But can it extend that approach to the hurly-burly of the American media market?