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Plus: A new podcasting convention launches (with a YouTube pedigree), Radiotopia readies Ear Hustle for launch, and the Trump budget formally proposes kills off the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
Plus: The faces of a Russian botnet, an alt-right newsletter to subscribe to, and “falsehoods in a forest of facts.”
“I’m not worried about this technology driving the humanity out of journalism. I’m really excited about the promise of technology bringing more humanity to journalism.” Also: a Michael Barbaro bot.
Plus: Edison offers up more podcast listener data, DeRay Mckesson teams up with Crooked Media, and Bill O’Reilly clings to his podcast.
Plus: S-Town’s big numbers, Panoply prepares its followup to Revisionist History, and the state of audio fiction.
That’s bad in ways you already know and in more ways you don’t.
“I think people are craving intimacy, and the honesty of a format in which journalists talk not just at them about the story, but are grappling with it in real time and are talking about the process they went through.”
Plus: iHeartRadio digs deeper into on-demand audio, Gimlet deals with another cancellation, and even a small public radio station is finding success in true-crime podcasts.
The decline of print may mean it’s harder to reach the Times audience at the breakfast table, but The Daily aims to reach commuters heading into work.