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Slate is an online political and cultural magazine founded in 1996 and currently owned by the Graham Holdings Co. Slate was launched by former New Republic editor Michael Kinsley and initially owned by Microsoft — one of the first online-only publications founded as part of a major corporation or media outlet. Much of Slate’s commentary…

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Ken Doctor    
“It’s not the hive that’s at issue here. It’s the big, monopolistic beekeepers who should give us pause.”
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Mark Coddington    
Plus: The Upshot and the explanatory journalism wave, Slate’s new membership model, and the rest of the week’s journalism and tech news.
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Caroline O'Donovan    
Weather stories are data-driven and quantitative, but they can also be personal and pack an emotional punch — which is why weather maps gone viral can spread wrong information quickly.
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Justin Ellis    
Plenty of podcasts attract a loyal audience on a weekly basis. Slate wants Mike Pesca’s daily show to be as big a part of your drive home as All Things Considered.
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Justin Ellis    
Boston public radio station WBUR wants to reach a national audience; Slate wants to expand its stable of podcasts through partnerships.
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Ken Doctor    
If you can’t afford to create yesterday’s content on today’s budget, smart partnering can be around the problem.
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Staci D. Kramer    
“Katharine and I not only hadn’t wanted to do it; we literally hadn’t thought about it. Seven years of declining revenues will give you new ideas.”
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Ken Doctor    
The online retail giant’s shift into same-day delivery will change local retail. Will it also change local news?
Andy Bowers (center) at a live taping of the Political Gabfest at Grinnell College in 2011. Foreground, left to right: John Dickerson, David Plotz, Emily Bazelon
Andrew Phelps    
Their conversational tone pays off both in user engagement and in added impact for advertising.
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Ken Doctor    
Advertising once paid the bills at American newspapers. As that shifts — rapidly — how will it change the way news companies operate?