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Slides and cards are a good way to highlight the strongest part of a story, whether it’s a visual component or a tidbit that competitors don’t have.
Some clubs have seen an increase in signups since the pandemic began in March.
“Our goal is not to change Serial’s DNA at all…For the people who love Serial — and there are millions of them — the idea here is to have more Serials.”
Brian Anderson, Collator Operator at Clovernook Center for the Blind & Visually Impaired in Cincinnati, operates their collator. This equipment collates pressed braille pages into a complete braille magazine. Photo Credit: Lauren Hall
“We are really trying to make strides as an organization toward accessibility but it was clear that if ever there were a reason to make a concerted effort to push the operation forward, it would be for this package.”
The number of pop-up newsletters and podcasts is expected to keep climbing.
“The New York Times is going to basically be a monopoly” vs. “What I actually think you’re seeing is not a winner-take-all dynamic — what you’re actually seeing is a rising-tide-lifts-all-boats dynamism.”
CEO Mark Thompson says “the single biggest reason” behind the paper’s success was the decision to give more autonomy to teams working on the publication’s various digital products.
Sarah Kliff has brought her healthcare billing projects from Vox to The New York Times, reporting on the submissions of thousands of readers. And now she’s written for an audience of practitioners and academics.