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“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.”
“There’s a fair amount of climate coverage that is like a commuter leaning on their horn, in a traffic jam. It’s very loud. It tells everyone around them something they already knew. And, at the end of the day, nobody’s moved anywhere.”
“In one week in March, maybe two, the ground fell out from under live events.”
“I had people believing outlandish, harmful things who were repeating back to me the values that I, as a journalist, have. Your mind melts.”
A focus on big-swing stories and “high-intensity, highly fraught journalism” let the magazine put up traffic and subscription numbers more expected from a top national newspaper.
You’ll get five free stories a month; after that, you’ll be asked to pay up.
“The only way to put women in leadership is to do it for the first time.”