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Archives: December 19, 2018

From paywalls to politics, pipes companies to public radio, the Post to The Post, podcasting to partnerships, and the press to a president.
“It was and always will be about serving your readers and now viewers, listeners, users and continuing to do so by adapting journalism fundamentals to ever-evolving contexts and challenges.” Millie Tran
“We are not in the hint business; we are here to report facts, including the difficult facts of racism.” Errin Haines Whack
“We need to learn from the mistakes *we made* and collectively build better guardrails for the industry, ensuring that we don’t make these mistakes with large platform partners again.” Matt Karolian
“We must collaborate on rewriting the power dynamics between newsrooms and each other, our audiences and those we seek to hold accountable.” Heather Bryant
“In addition to seeing from 30,000 feet, we also need to be able to zoom in and know a journalism landscape as it exists from the vantage of those who live there.” Sarah Stonbely
“Our prism of partisanship as the fundamental way to view the world is dangerously myopic, blinding us to the real workings of power, and causing us not to ask the right questions.” Heather Chaplin
“This technology is evolving so rapidly that as quickly as we can find ways to counter it, its creators can adapt it to make it more convincing.” Rubina Madan Fillion
“It is losing its cultural relevance after almost two centuries — and thereby its commodity value.” Hossein Derakhshan
“Our biggest concern is that this will play out unevenly, perpetuating, or even increasing, existing inequalities.” Ruth Palmer and Benjamin Toff