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“We screwed up,” The Correspondent said in a tweeted statement.
Plus: Spotify still has cash to spend, Radio Ambulante tries “listening clubs,” and Mark Zuckerberg launches a boring podcast.
“From our perspective, it’s more newsworthy if people are abusing the system or exploiting loopholes or abusing the hospitality being extended to them by British society…because that triggers a reaction in readers.”
Because what good is a panopticon if you can’t generate some clicks?
“We’re trying to create great experiences for both our friends in the newsroom and our audiences whom we never meet.”
“They’re really good at the PR thing, and it really feels like gaslighting. They were like, ‘Well, we never promised a U.S. newsroom.’ I was like: Wait, did I just imagine all this?”
Those links to your donate page or Patreon signup are “security concerns.”
After her ouster as editor-in-chief, multiple funders say they are taking steps to “reassess” their support.
The paid podcast app may well be doing nothing wrong in its hosting of podcasts from the open web — but nonetheless, what they’ve been best at thus far is generating pushback.