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“Selling was not the plan, but it became the very best path for Quartz.”
“It’s not simple media literacy. It’s a tough nut to crack.”
“We may not like them, but they have been absolutely essential in expanding our reach and building our digital business.”
Data from the tax credit’s first year is now available. The effect has been muted.
Taking chances on media membership in Zimbabwe.
An open letter calls on the industry’s highest honors to include a new participation clause. “By implementing this new criteria, the Pulitzers would honor not only great journalism, but journalism from newsrooms willing to be accountable to the public.”
It wasn’t hard to see this day coming on the day CNN+ was announced. It didn’t take blowing hundreds of millions of dollars to figure it out.
“Investors can’t force me to cut news, and the union can’t force me to subsidize news,” BuzzFeed CEO Jonah Peretti wrote in an email to employees.
Plus: Why judges’ definitions of journalism matter, and how forgiveness offers a new way to think about news errors.
“What was so shocking to me is that all the acquisitions led to staffing changes almost immediately and an almost immediate drop in content.”