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Archives: June 2018

Plus: Facebook fights fake news in Mexico ahead of the election, and a large majority of Republicans believe that social media platforms are censoring some political views.
“This is the beginning of the reporting on this for our newsroom. We are being transparent about what we know and what we don’t know and what we need help with.”
It’s like the readers going to a watch party or trivia event, but with less effort — perhaps literally by staying at home.
“If we see press freedom not as heroic isolations — journalists breaking free to tell truths to the publics they imagine — but as a subtler system of separations and dependencies that make publics, then we might see each era’s types of press freedom as bellwethers for particular visions of the public.”
While more women are taking on leadership roles in radio and TV, fewer people of color are working in radio and TV is nowhere near representative.
Real American numbers!
“If someone says they love The Lily both for the stories and for the way it looks, that’s what I’m going for.”
The rebrand expands each issue from a summary of articles into a small book discussing the past, present, and future of a single technology.
Plus: Civil + podcasts, Anchor’s troublesome TOS, and IAB’s standards.