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“As time goes on, even when you’re financially successful in media, the tendency is to do more and more stuff. If I look at media companies who are poorly run, everyone is really busy, stressed out, and they’re not making money.”
Though the collapse of community journalism is real enough, we believe that its causes are only partly understood.
When we asked members what might make them upgrade their membership tier, the clear winner was to pitch higher-tier membership as a way to make content accessible to people who couldn’t afford to sign up.
A mini-diary of the organizing experience, including a timeline, resources you can rely on, and decision points you might face.
Working remotely for the last year has revealed just how much of office culture is accidental, arbitrary, and sexist.
“When I think about the kinds of stories I want us to do more of, it’s the kind of coverage that pushes people to have the conversations that lead to real change.”
“It’s easy for the media and others to dismiss entertainers as just being famous, and whatever they sold was a benefit of their fame — and not necessarily the business insights that came from that.”
Who deems Reuters.com so essential that they’ll pay more than two Netflixes a month for it?
What does it mean for other news organizations hoping to attract institutional support?