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Archives: 2018

“With every media company feeling the pressure to iterate, diversify, and experiment with the next business model, now is not the time to be distracted.” Jeff Chin
“We’ve been moving away from the publishing of static web pages for some time. We’ll now move away from putting our distribution in the hands of others.” Meredith Artley
“There will always be a difference in how a story is framed, edited, and told by a journalist who gets to leave at the end of the day and one who is at home in the circumstances and community of the story.” Masuma Ahuja
“There’s a lesson to be learned here and it’s not about automation, but augmentation. Teaming up with AI, to become better, stronger, faster. To become a centaur.” Johannes Klingebiel
“Publishers can’t control what Facebook or Twitter or Google or Apple will do in 2019. But they can control the homepage.” Nisha Chittal
“You can’t make someone who doesn’t want to watch videos watch videos, or someone who doesn’t want to read longform read longform, and this is the year we’ll finally be okay with that.” Julia Rubin
“We will discover / — despite our product roadmaps — / that one size fits none.” Libby Bawcombe
“Text is affordable to produce, but it’s also affordable for others to repost and adapt.” Justin Kosslyn
“We will still write and delete draft tweets, still ask ourselves: Should I bite my tongue to keep my job, or say something to keep my sanity?” Seema Yasmin
“If the world is demanding these stories, then reporters must begin asking for risk mitigation strategies, training, legal options, and monetary resources.” Cristi Hegranes