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Archives: April 2019

A case study into local news collaborations in Italy, the U.K., and Finland suggest some methods that any newsroom can use.
Agenda-setting tabloids vs. muted restraint: Journalists in the two European countries may seem to have divergent views of their roles, but new data suggests they’re not all that different.
Yang’s core idea — that local journalism, increasingly unable to pay for itself, should be subsidized by the federal government — would broaden the range of policy proposals up for mainstream political debate.
The Joe Rogan Experience is the latest show to opt out of populating the top of the paid podcast app’s conversion funnel.
The majority of the site’s editorial staff resigned this morning, and the future of a much-anticipated watchdog for technology companies is very much in doubt.
Luminary gets pushback from Spotify and The New York Times: temporary glitch or the real start of the platform wars? Plus: Gimlet gets a union, a new podcast incubator, and Mueller Mueller everywhere.
The podcast audience is proving to be catnip for Democratic politicians, especially those hoping to keep it 1600 come January 2021.
News organizations, book publishers, and even self-publishers with quick trigger fingers are all competing to squeeze the most value out of a PDF anyone can download for free.
Hint: It starts with impactful, inclusive journalism.
“You look all over the paper, in all kinds of different ways, and it’s clear that readers had a demand for this sort of journalism. This funny mix of really substantive on really big, complicated topics, but presented in a really approachable way.”