Who can we believe in? Bloggers?
Not sign autographs
Here is a good example of this playing out, today:
Choosing which quotes to print, and how to print them, is subjective.
again, “the news” is subjective
“unfortunately therefore newsworthy” seems like a choice to me, as is the way his statements are framed and presented
Could be someone’s mom, you never know
The “escalation chart,” as Samantha called it, has a pretty mild slope
Basically. A lot of legacy media are unionized but Gawker really jumpstarted things on the digital side. The economics/turmoil have pushed things forward as well
You’re right, should have broken out the scare quotes
Pretty mild, too
Dude she’s trying to get a woman out of prison! In what world is that a bad thing.
Totally agree as someone who lives in New York City, where jobs and taxes and children do not exist.
Now that you mention it I haven’t heard from Brett in a while...
Totally agree that cuts to HR/etc. (bad) are preferable from a journalism perspective. But we also don’t *know* yet whether this particular transaction might include a few cuts to editorial (which could also occur at Daily Press, who knows). Longer term I’d be curious to learn whether there will be more…
And yet you’d still tell them before it was publicly announced, right? Or do you not think workers deserve at least a courtesy heads-up?
I’ve read that Tony Schwartz is looking for work.
Romance novelist-porn star-CrossFit athlete is the 21st century triple threat.
This was a good piece on the idea https://www.vox.com/the-big-idea/2016/12/16/13980320/breitbart-left-conservative-media-liberal-brock
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