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As we see hatred and division multiply across North America and Europe, instigated by malicious use of the technology that was supposed to make us freer and better, we’re paying a different kind of attention. Late, but better than never.
For a company that’s known little but chaos in its short life, the degree of uncertainty is now as high as ever. Just about the only thing we know: Tronc execs will come out well in the end.
This is a golden age of American protest. It’s time to stand up and fight the vulture owners hollowing out local news.
“I think there’s a very viable long-term financial model for commercial media. But I don’t necessarily think that applies directly to journalism.”
West Coast news chaos, a new leader at WordPress, the decline of digital display — and is The Washington Post really profitable?
“In the past one or two years, I’ve been reminding colleagues that we are not a newspaper company — we are a media company. The frame of change of mind is very important.”
“The next time you are being told about yet another round of fundraising, whatever the increased on-paper valuation the company now claims, ask yourself before you hype that news: Why is putting additional money into a business that is clearly spending more than it is making, a sign of success? It’s called ‘burn’ rate for a reason.” Raju Narisetti
From “meltdown” to “roll-up” to (of course) “fake.”
A new study from the Reuters Institute examines the strengths and weaknesses of seven globally ambitious news companies — Brut, Business Insider, De Correspondent, HuffPost, Mashable, Quartz, and Vice.
First Sinclair and now the Kochs are back. In an age of media free-for-all and massive deregulation, will fact-based journalism become an endangered species?