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Plus: StartUp is becoming a TV show, Audible’s Ponzi Supernova gets released into the wild, and the semantics of windowing.
As “second screen” offerings from TV networks mushroom, online outlets are jostling for attention with live shows of their own.
Plus: The Washington Post start an audio game show, Vox Media is staffing up for podcast growth, and why celebrities are so compelling to advertisers as show hosts (even if their shows are only so-so).
Pew’s annual survey of the news media shows that trends of mobile consumption and platform domination are ongoing.
The new wave of news startups is aiming at a younger audience. But do legacy media companies have a chance at earning their attention?
Plus: New developments in online video, The New Yorker’s Strongbox leak submission system, and the rest of the week’s future-of-news news.
PolitiFact editor Bill Adair in the "Star Chamber"
The PolitiFact founder, headed to a professorship at Duke, reflects on the fact-checking boom and talks about preparing the next generation of journalists.
Now that news companies are getting comfortable with the idea of charging digital customers, the question becomes: How much? Here are nine things we’ve learned from early experiments.
At the Logan Symposium at Berkeley, investigative reporting showed plenty of signs of life.
On the future of news: “I love what’s happening…The thing that keeps this nation at all up to speed is creativity.” Adrienne LaFrance