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The Atlantic is an American magazine that features political and cultural commentary. It is published 10 times a year. The magazine was founded as The Atlantic Monthly in 1857 by a group of prominent writers including Ralph Waldo Emerson, Harriet Beecher Stowe, and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. It was based in Boston until moving to Washington in…

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Justin Ellis    Aug. 7, 2014
There’s money in conferences, festivals, and expos, but you’ll still have to work for it.
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Joseph Lichterman    April 14, 2014
With yesterday’s official launch of its online national edition, the Salt Lake City newspaper-turned-digital-media-company is continuing to aim for a national audience.
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Marty Baron    April 7, 2014
As a small band of ex-Posties launch the much watched Vox, the paper’s top editor sees better days ahead for many outlets new and old.
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Justin Ellis    Nov. 19, 2013
One of The Atlantic’s first spinoffs, the company wants to transform The Wire into a gritty look at life on the streets of Baltim…I mean, a mobile-friendly destination for both heavy and light news consumers.
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Caroline O'Donovan    Aug. 12, 2013
From Medium’s Notes to The New York Times’ Quips, lots of publishers are dabbling in annotated commenting. Can they make it stick?
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Caroline O'Donovan    May 6, 2013
The Times doesn’t want to be “so serious all the time that you end up being just a dreadful bore at the dinner party, you know? Nobody wants that, either. We want to be entertaining as well, we want to have some fun. It doesn’t have to all be heavy and brooding.”
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Caroline O'Donovan    March 11, 2013
“When you’re writing, especially journalism internationally, there is sort of a lack of cognizance around the facts that you’re not writing solely for an American audience anymore.”