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4 April 2014

media

Monster list of all the loose ends in the search for Malaysia Air Flight 370

26 August 2013

television & media

Kevin Spacey urges TV channels to give control to viewers

6 August 2013

business & media

Why Jeff Bezos Bought the Washington Post—Six Theories

6 May 2013

technology & media

Twitter is ready to be a true news operation

There are fewer and fewer jobs in journalism, but last week an ultimate job was posted. Twitter, fast becoming the basic source, tool, and distribution point in news, is looking for someone to run its news operation:

“You will be responsible for devising and executing the strategies that make Twitter indispensable to newsrooms and journalists, as well as an essential part of the operations and strategy of news organizations and TV news networks. You should have a strong vision for the broad potential of Twitter and news, while also being able to rigorously manage and scale the news team’s daily impact.”

Well, there. The whole ball of wax.

This is, arguably, a bigger news job than Jeff Zucker’s job running CNN. Given the choice between being the executive editor of the New York Times or being the first Twitter news chief, you’d be well advised to think twice.

19 April 2012

web & media

How The Huffington Post ate the Internet

4 April 2012

travel & media

Covers from travel magazine Holiday

17 March 2012

culture & media

More on undoing the lies of Mike Daisey

10 February 2012

media & politics

Anil Dash: The Right Wing’s $7 Billion Media Subsidy

Considering how much conservatives and right-wing political personalities in the United States claim to hate the liberal media, it’s remarkable how much money they’ve been able to funnel into the coffers of the liberal media institutions they malign.

16 January 2012

politics & media

Daily Show explains irony to editorial writer

28 October 2011

media & food

This is brilliant: Newspaper staff work from branded café, open to the public

13 September 2011

media & technology

NY Times: Computer-Generated Articles Are Gaining Traction

“In five years,” he says, “a computer program will win a Pulitzer Prize — and I’ll be damned if it’s not our technology.”

31 July 2011

photography & media

Joao Silva Shoots His First Assignment Since Losing His Legs in Afghanistan

22 July 2011

culture & media

Has the Code of The Zodiac Killer Been Cracked?

26 May 2011

technology & media

Spot.us is like Kickstarter for reporting.

2 May 2011

politics & media

Killing Of Osama Bin Laden Shows Masterful Media Strategy Against Al Qaeda

28 March 2011

culture & media

STACK aggregates the best independent magazines in the world into a single subscription. You get a different stack of magazines each delivery.

18 March 2011

media & design

Sneak Peek: The New York Times Magazine’s Redesign

20 February 2011

design & media

Portuguese Daily Named World’s Best-Designed Newspaper

30 August 2010

media & music

The Wilderness Downtown is an interactive film by Chris Milk featuring the music of Arcade Fire. It’s a little esoteric if not self-indulgent (ahem) at times, but does shine the light forward towards the future of music and interactive media.

28 July 2010

media & culture

The Best Magazine Articles Ever