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“What we saw was a tendency to accept almost all images at first glance, regardless of subject area.”
Plus: A podcast network for tweens, NPR updates its fee model, Luminary’s collapse, and a few more thoughts on 2019.
The Information tech top 10
The app is for “consumers who want to be plugged into the big tech stories without searching through Twitter or watered-down general news sites.”
Get this: a defined collection of news stories, organized into sections, that you can browse and read through from front to back and then be done with. What a crazy idea!
Plus: NPR expects Podcast $$ to surpass Broadcast $$ by next year.
Plus: New leadership at NPR, Apple App Store drama, and Limetown is coming to the small screen.
Plus: A canon of podcasts, the failures of the Apple Podcasts platform, and an update on plagiarism allegations against Crime Junkie.
Plus: Some borderline bad behavior by podcasters, and New York Public Radio gets a new CEO.
“If the publisher ecosystem is healthy, then SmartNews is healthy. That’s going to be an important thrust going forward.”