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Articles by Luke Winkie

In 2022, few pop-culture brands move the needle, so newspaper blue-bloods and recipe sites alike rally around Marvel Cinematic Universe content as their last stand.
“Some subscribers would rather game than sift through the wreckage. Can you blame them?”
“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.
“Remember 98% of the time the people harassing you are not attempting to engage with your work in good faith.”
“It’s paramount that we don’t come back as like, a new sneakerhead website or something. I just can’t do that.”
“Our Chartbeat dial went past the maximum. It went all the way around again.”
“The audience is not loyal to Fox. It wants to get its fix of identity-confirming news. It will go where it can get it, and avoid where it can’t get it.”
“We feel like we have to create the future of media, as we advocate for the people who work in it.”