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Is Hannity, the Last of the Longtime Fox Stars, Looking for the Door?

With former CEO Roger Ailes and star anchor Bill O'Reilly gone, attention at Fox News Channel is shifting to Sean Hannity—the last of the channel's big stars who have been with the network from the Clinton years to Trump.

The White House: Who's Listening In?

The president is on a tear about all things (and people) that record and perhaps some that may have been on or near his person during meetings with now former FBI director, James Comey “James Comey better hope that there are no ‘tapes’...Show More Summary

The New York Times continues to experiment with the Sunday paper, this time with a special kids’ section

With the print newspaper facing an uncertain future, what’s the role of the Sunday New York Times? The paper has some ideas. Along with its May 14 edition this Sunday, The New York Times will publish a special print-only section devoted to young readers. The magazine-inspired section, which will feature articles, illustrations, and photography, will...

How To Keep You And Your Sources Safe In The Age Of Surveillance

Sara Koopman, University of Tampere Surveillance has become so ubiquitous that it appears likely that Russia was caught in the act conspiring to fix the 2016 United States presidential election, and at least one of his staffers was basically overheard conspiring with them. Politicians aren’t the only ones being watched. Show More Summary

How To Hold A Town Hall (A Quick Guide For Republicans)

Merriam-Webster Dictionary describes a town hall as “an event at which a public official or political candidate addresses an audience by answering questions posed by individual members.” Very cool! Some even say that the first town hall...Show More Summary

24 Key Issues To Which The Media Isn't Giving Adequate Attention

Cross-posted with Donald Trump’s election has elicited impassioned affirmations of a renewed commitment to unvarnished truth-telling from the prestige media. The common theme: you know you can’t trust him, but trust us to keep dogging him on your behalf. Show More Summary

Could bots eat the ad economy?

Analyst firm Forrester published a new report this week with this bold title, “The End Of Advertising As We Know It: CMOs Should Shift Billions From Ad Interruptions To Branded Relationships.” Not even could, but should! Jack Neff at AdAge explains based on an interview with the study’s lead analyst, James McQuivey, that the expectation […]

Los Angeles 1992: A Personal Reflection

Aging is strange. It’s strange to have memories that are decades old – older than the very lives of many people I know, work with and pass on the streets. I’m still getting used to the fact I know things from firsthand experience, not just books or elders. Show More Summary

This site publishes high-touch, time-intensive data visualizations (and has a business that sustains it)

Over 7,000 artists played in the New York City area in 2013. Only 21 of those later made it, really made it, headlining at a venue with an over 3,000-person capacity — among them, bigger names like Chance the Rapper, X Ambassadors, Sam Smith, and Sylvan Esso. I learned this sort of random but fascinating...

Schibsted is creating new editorial formats — from messaging to personalized homepages

Last year, the giant Scandinavian publisher Schibsted restructured its product team. It centralized its efforts, creating one unified product and technology group that worked across all its publications. The idea was that the product team would be able to work with individual publications to develop new products before scaling them out to the rest of...

Fiat Lux: Illumination to Action

At the IN-NW 2017 conference, David Patton, Senior Manager of Digital Media at Vulcan, Inc. “enlightened’ us about the various marketing lessons we could learn from their successful 2015 global campaign, “Fiat Lux” (Let There Be Light). Show More Summary

Three things to watch around the launch of Mogul, Spotify’s latest exclusive podcast

Welcome to Hot Pod, a newsletter about podcasts. This is issue 118, published May 2, 2017. Gretta Cohn officially launches her new podcast studio. About two months after announcing her departure from Midroll, where Cohn most recently served as the company’s executive producer, her solo venture now has a name and an initial client list. The...

Duo Punked Morning TV Show. Now They're Being Sued

To a pair of pranksters who showed up on a Wisconsin morning-television program, they were just having a bit of harmless fun. To Gray Television, which owns the station they appeared on, Joe Pickett and Nick Prueher are guilty of fraud, copyright infringement, and conspiracy to commit a wrongful act,...

These are the bots powering Jeff Bezos’ Washington Post efforts to build a modern digital newspaper

I’m a huge sci-fi nerd — love Isaac Asimov. And if you’ve ever seen this actually not super great interpretation — I, Robot, with Will Smith — it’s all about the Three Laws of Robotics. Where basically, like, robots aren’t supposed to kill you — until they try to kill you. Hopefully, a conversational journalism...

This is a news publication all about the working life — but it’s housed within a job search company

As news publishers search for sustainability, some companies with established business models are in search of publications to call their own. Anheuser-Busch has one around beer. Two popular shaving product companies each run one. Airbnb had Pineapple magazine, but published one issue in 2014. Now, 14-year-old online job search platform and service Ladders has hired...

Newsonomics: Lydia Polgreen’s ambitious HuffPost remake aims for “solidarity” among readers

Make no mistake: Lydia Polgreen understands she has her work cut out for her. Named The Huffington Post’s editor-in-chief in December, Polgreen brings to the job an enviable reputation as a journalist, as a colleague, and as someone who cares passionately about the issues of our time. At 41, she left a 15-year career at...

Jeff Israely: What comes next in the Uberization of the news business?

Both Uber the company and Uber the concept are juicy subjects for those of us in the business of assigning and writing articles. The company changing the ways of commerce and transport seems to keep winding up in street clashes and courtrooms. Meanwhile, founder and CEO Travis Kalanick has become the perfect Silicon Valley villain,...

The Lasting Power Of O'Reilley's Anger And Arrogance

One primping, sneering, leering racist misogynist down, one to go. Well, many more than one to go, but one in the White House to go. Bill O'Reilly is out at Fox News, though we have hardly seen the last of him. He still has millionsShow More Summary

With Open Notebook, Hearken wants to help news orgs do more of their reporting in public

David Fahrenthold never did find much evidence of Donald Trump’s charitable efforts, but he got a Pulitzer Prize for his trouble. Fahrenthold’s reporting, which he tracked via pen and paper and which relied on input from readers, “created a model for transparent journalism in political campaign coverage while casting doubt on Donald Trump’s assertions of...

Knowing Booze Causes Cancer Inspires People to Cut Down

If you want to get people to stop boozing it up, don't show them images of glasses of healthy, sparkling water instead of beer—show them an ad that illustrates how too many cocktails can cause cancer to course through their bodies, the Guardian reports. That's the finding of a...

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