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      • A Year of Revolutions

        A Year of Revolutions

        What the Times noticed, and missed.
        - 21 Oct 14, 9:00am -
      • Here, Let Ezra Explain

        Here, Let Ezra Explain

        What is D.C.’s most famous young policy wonk doing leaving the Washington Post? Trying to start a news organization he thinks could one day eclipse it.
        - 2 Feb 14, 9:21pm -
      • “Most Well-Known and Beloved Chinese Role Model”

        “Most Well-Known and Beloved Chinese Role Model”

        Philanthropist, demolition kingpin, and wannabe media mogul Chen Guangbiao’s quixotic quest for the New York Times.
        - 28 Jan 14, 12:27pm -
      • Stop Beating a Dead Fox

        Stop Beating a Dead Fox

        The conservative news channel’s only real power is in riling up liberals, who by this point should know better.
        - 27 Jan 14, 12:21pm -
      • The Devil Models Prada

        The Devil Models Prada

        There’s nothing a glossy magazine likes better than an equally glossy celebrity lending her hand to the editorial process.
        - 26 Jan 14, 8:04pm -
      • Old Tricks

        Old Tricks

        Files from the beginning of the Ailes era.
        - 26 Jan 14, 7:58pm -
      • Citizen Ailes

        Citizen Ailes

        When the head of Fox News moved to Garrison, New York, he bought a little newspaper and tried to instill his own brand of American values.
        - 9 Jan 14, 9:25am -
      • 16. Because Peter Kaplan Was the Narrator of the City

        16. Because Peter Kaplan Was the Narrator of the City

        Peter Kaplan, who was editor of the New York Observer from 1994 until 2009, died last month.
        - 15 Dec 13, 8:10pm -
      • Post Mortem

        Post Mortem

        A (somewhat premature) newspaper autopsy.
        - 16 Oct 13, 3:03pm -
      • 154 Minutes With Graydon Carter

        154 Minutes With Graydon Carter

        Morning coffee at home on Vanity Fair’s centennial.
        - 15 Oct 13, 12:43pm -

      PBS: Media

      • PBS NewsHour Podcasts and RSS Feeds
        This PBS NewsHour feed has been retired. You may be interested in other podcasts and feeds on our subscriptions page.PBS NewsHour
        - 12 Mar 14, 4:19pm -

      The Economist: Media

      WSJ: Media & Marketing

      Newser: Media

      • newPlanters' Mr. Peanut Dead at 104

        Planters' Mr. Peanut Dead at 104

        "It is with heavy hearts that we confirm that Mr. Peanut has died at 104. In the ultimate selfless act, he sacrificed himself to save his friends when they needed him most. Please pay your respects with #RIPeanut." That's the official word from the T…
        - 9 hours ago, 22 Jan 20, 3:08pm -
      • Brazil Accuses Glenn Greenwald of Cybercrimes

        Brazil Accuses Glenn Greenwald of Cybercrimes

        "The reporting will continue." So tweeted American journalist Glenn Greenwald on Tuesday as federal prosecutors in Brazil accused him of cybercrimes. They allege he "helped, encouraged, and guided" phone hackers who accessed messages sent between pro…
        - 1 day ago, 21 Jan 20, 2:49pm -
      • Bezos Gets an Earful on Brief Visit to India

        Bezos Gets an Earful on Brief Visit to India

        Jeff Bezos' surprise trip to India may not have gone quite the way he expected. He arrived to government criticism of Washington Post coverage, the launching of an antitrust investigation of Amazon, and protests from small-business owners—despite h…
        - 2 days ago, 20 Jan 20, 7:45pm -
      • Radio Station Cuts Deal to Air 'Russian Propaganda'

        Radio Station Cuts Deal to Air 'Russian Propaganda'

        Kansas City radio lovers can now hear six hours of Russian state-owned media per day, the Hill reports. That's because a Florida-based company, RM Broadcasting LLC, has agreed with Radio Sputnik to broadcast its Russian media through the Alpine Broad…
        - 4 days ago, 18 Jan 20, 12:30pm -
      • ESPN Reporter Who Died at 34 Didn't Know It, but Had Cancer

        ESPN Reporter Who Died at 34 Didn't Know It, but Had Cancer

        The ESPN reporter who died on his 34th birthday last month didn't realize it, but he had stage 4 cancer. Edward Aschoff's fiancee, Katy Berteau, took to Twitter to explain the sequence of events that led to Aschoff's sudden decline and Christmas Eve…
        - 6 days ago, 16 Jan 20, 1:49pm -
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