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Parents “are very much looking for sources that are reliable and sources that will answer questions in the same way that they would answer them.”
“Curbed, of all the digital properties that were created in the birth of internet journalism, has always felt to us editors like a long-lost sibling.”
“It’s about cutting through the apathy that a lot of people have about tech because it feels mysterious, letting people know there are decisions and changes you can make to your behavior that will feel empowering to people.”
Two companies with similar editorial values and brands that mostly complement instead of overlap. This is the kind of smart merger we should see more of.
Plus: NPR expects Podcast $$ to surpass Broadcast $$ by next year.
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.
“I’m sure everybody in the industry would [agree] that YouTube can be a messy, nasty place. The membership is just this delightful two-way conversation, with people who are really there to support Vox.”
“It came out of a sense that there were some really important topics with impacts on human beings that didn’t get as much coverage in traditional journalism sections and pieces.”