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Jay Rosen
Unsolved problem. Why do journalists produce the 101st take on something they're all covering? observer.com/2015/08/amid-c…
Fox News is a studio. Trump a supplier of programming. They had to get together and they did. money.cnn.com/2015/08/12/med…
We hesitate to say this, but we are reticent people. economist.com/news/leaders/2…
The national primary polls we get every few days "describe a fiction." —@NateSilver538 fivethirtyeight.com/datalab/donald… How so?
Thought it might be a Twitter glitch, but definitely not...
Re: part in blue. Holders of this opinion think they're some cranky minority. In fact it's almost a unanimous view.
Interview with @ezraklein.... washingtonian.com/blogs/capitalc… That complaint he had as a college student: still a big problem.
Amazing but true. No podcasts or mobile apps for @MorningEdition or 'All Things Considered.' capitalnewyork.com/article/media/…
National Journal columnist @ron_fournier informs Trump voters that they're making a mistake. nationaljournal.com/2016-elections…
From @CJR's good feature on the evolution of @politico. cjr.org/the_profile/ca… Pro = specialized + expensive 4 elites
I thought Stewart was here saying crap-detection had become too easy so he's quitting, but no one in my house agreed.
From my 2008 essay on why campaign coverage is frequently unsatisfying. salon.com/2008/01/21/cam…
Endorsed: The WaPo will let readers annotate live coverage of tonight’s debate using Genius. journalism.co.uk/news/washingto…
For me, "CNN leaves it there" will always be the peak Jon Stewart media crit clip. thedailyshow.cc.com/videos/tlwgqa/… My summary:
The "we" here means journalists and pundits. 'What We Talk About When We Talk Trump.' thedailybeast.com/articles/2015/…
...@ggreenwald Doesn't matter. Even honest introspection changes nothing. This is from 2008. salon.com/2008/01/21/cam…
VRM: Vendor Relations Management. One of the most visionary ideas around. @dsearls describes: blogs.law.harvard.edu/doc/2015/07/29…
"50% of my advertising is wasted but no one can tell me which 50%..." Until the internet. nytimes.com/2015/07/30/us/…
Salon's @andohehir on "Gawker’s journalistic Jacobinism" salon.com/2015/07/25/et_…
From an earlier post of mine: how some newsroom practices deposit trust and others "spend" it. pressthink.org/2015/01/a-brie…
Good on @Sulliview for putting this up front. They were wrong on a story of huge consequence, with ripple effects.
I would have made one edit to @nicknotned's memo to staff about the new Gawker. docs.google.com/document/d/1r_… It's in bold.




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