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“Compared to online audiences, partisan TV news consumers tend not to stray too far from their narrow sets of preferred news sources.”
“I started playing word games as a way to stop reading the news first thing in the morning.”
“Some subscribers would rather game than sift through the wreckage. Can you blame them?”
Atlanta-based Cox Enterprises has spent the past decade selling off most of its media properties as it brings in billions from cable. So why dive back in?
The potential here is for democratic governments to evolve their digital policy models based on each other’s experiences.
“Definitely craigslist…. I don’t know that facebook is really to blame for anything specific.” And maybe the Pope did endorse Trump after all!
Pink Sauce may be a sign that we’ve reached the next phase in an internet culture that has privileged aesthetic over function for years.
“It is a lot like science writing in general. You need to have a very good understanding of the content.”
“What we often don’t think about is how tech accountability is also so many other types of coverage. It’s labor coverage, climate change coverage, healthcare coverage, criminal justice coverage, immigration coverage — I could go on and on.”