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“Everyone’s talking to coal miners; we want to introduce you to somebody else that you’re not expecting to see.”
The NYU professor explains why he’s working with De Correspondent on its U.S. launch — and why figuring out a trusted membership model is key to journalism’s future.
“What is a story that needs to be told? What is the data that’s difficult to get? What would make your life easier? We’ll try to find common threads there.”
NowThis’s success with its short newsy clips and distributed content ambitions gave it a model worth emulating. Now it’s looking beyond the format as it invests in longform video, investigative journalism, and other original content.
Have a WhatsApp chain message you want factchecked? La Silla Vacía’s WhatsApp Detector first wants you to commit to spreading the factcheck to your friends.
The outlets — El País, the Guardian, Le Monde, and Spiegel Online — represent four countries that are each their own case study for the next chapter of the migration story, on the changing face of Europe, and how these newcomers are welcomed.
“That’s one of the reasons people have turned away from newspapers. They’re full of richly reported, detailed, and useless information. We want people to reacquire a sense that this is their government.”
¿Quieres que un grupo de periodistas revise si una cadena de Whatsapp es real? El Detector de WhatsApp de la Silla Vacía te puede ayudar, con la condición que de compartas la información verificada entre tus contactos.