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    Support for Julia Angwin grows as funders investigate the “coup” at The Markup
    After her ouster as editor-in-chief, multiple funders say they are taking steps to “reassess” their support.
    By Laura Hazard Owen
    L’affaire Luminary continues with more podcasts dropping out and allegations of technical bad behavior
    The paid podcast app may well be doing nothing wrong in its hosting of podcasts from the open web — but nonetheless, what they’ve been best at thus far is generating pushback.
    By Joshua Benton
    Collaboration jackpot: How three local journalism projects in Europe are getting more bang for their buck
    A case study into local news collaborations in Italy, the U.K., and Finland suggest some methods that any newsroom can use.
    By Christine Schmidt
    Culture clash or compatibility? Despite some flashy differences, British and German media cultures share a lot of similarities
    Agenda-setting tabloids vs. muted restraint: Journalists in the two European countries may seem to have divergent views of their roles, but new data suggests they’re not all that different.
    By Neil Thurman and Imke Henkel
    Andrew Yang, the most meme-able 2020 candidate, also wants to save journalism
    Yang’s core idea — that local journalism, increasingly unable to pay for itself, should be subsidized by the federal government — would broaden the range of policy proposals up for mainstream political debate.
    By Josh Wood
    Luminary’s rough launch continues as another high-profile podcast asks to be removed from its app
    The Joe Rogan Experience is the latest show to opt out of populating the top of the paid podcast app’s conversion funnel.
    By Nicholas Quah
    Months from launch, The Markup abruptly fired cofounder Julia Angwin, setting off an editorial exodus
    The majority of the site’s editorial staff resigned this morning, and the future of a much-anticipated watchdog for technology companies is very much in doubt.
    By Laura Hazard Owen
    Game of Phones: Podcasts and podcast apps are now treating each other like wary rivals, protecting their turf
    Luminary gets pushback from Spotify and The New York Times: temporary glitch or the real start of the platform wars? Plus: Gimlet gets a union, a new podcast incubator, and Mueller Mueller everywhere.
    By Nicholas Quah
    Pete Buttigieg is on every podcast, and 2020’s retail politics is increasingly happening in earbuds
    The podcast audience is proving to be catnip for Democratic politicians, especially those hoping to keep it 1600 come January 2021.
    By Nicholas Quah
    Three editions of the Mueller Report are Amazon bestsellers. How do they stack up?
    News organizations, book publishers, and even self-publishers with quick trigger fingers are all competing to squeeze the most value out of a PDF anyone can download for free.
    By Laura Hazard Owen
    How The Seattle Times is working with the Seattle Foundation to raise millions for its investigative work
    Hint: It starts with impactful, inclusive journalism.
    By Christine Schmidt
    Here’s what The New York Times’ The Upshot looks like five years in
    “You look all over the paper, in all kinds of different ways, and it’s clear that readers had a demand for this sort of journalism. This funny mix of really substantive on really big, complicated topics, but presented in a really approachable way.”
    By Christine Schmidt
    What the EU’s copyright overhaul means — and what might change for big tech
    The reform seeks to ensure publishers and other copyright holders are paid their fair share when their work appears online. But critics fear it could have broader implications.
    By Marcello Rossi
    Newsonomics: Bryan Goldberg wants to build Bustle into the “Meredith of the digital age”
    “I think the hard part for something like Esquire or Harper’s Bazaar in digital — even to some extent Vogue — is that you get into the scale game. Digital demands greater scale. I just don’t know how many men are trying to figure out if corduroy is back in fashion.”
    By Ken Doctor
    Support for Julia Angwin grows as funders investigate the “coup” at The Markup
    After her ouster as editor-in-chief, multiple funders say they are taking steps to “reassess” their support.
    By Laura Hazard Owen
    L’affaire Luminary continues with more podcasts dropping out and allegations of technical bad behavior
    The paid podcast app may well be doing nothing wrong in its hosting of podcasts from the open web — but nonetheless, what they’ve been best at thus far is generating pushback.
    Collaboration jackpot: How three local journalism projects in Europe are getting more bang for their buck
    A case study into local news collaborations in Italy, the U.K., and Finland suggest some methods that any newsroom can use.
    What We’re Reading
    Poynter / Ren LaForme
    “Imagn makes photos available for licensing at a per photo basis or via a subscription service with three options: only sports; only news and entertainment; or combined sports, news, and entertainment.”
    Associated Press
    “Staffed by journalists from RNS, a subsidiary of RNF, and AP and editors from The Conversation, an independent, nonprofit publisher of commentary and analysis sourced from academic experts, the desk will produce multiformat religion journalism intended to improve general understanding and analyze the significance of developments in the world of faith.”
    The Ken / Rohin Dharmakumar
    “The Ken’s Patron subscriptions enable business leaders, investors, senior executives and companies to directly fund annual subscriptions in bulk for readers who may not yet be able to afford them. Each Patron subscriber funds a certain number of annual subscriptions (ranging from 50 to 250), which we double by matching an equal number of subscriptions from our side.”
    Vanity Fair / Evgenia Peretz
    Jennifer Senior: “I always marvel at the huge gulf between the Bari who’s this Twitter bogeyman and Bari the actual person. She is the subject of more unexamined hatred in our profession than almost anyone I can think of. She’s the target of so much snark. The irony, and what almost breaks my heart, is that she has almost no snark in her. She’s super-generous and loving.”
    Facebook
    “Our program now includes 21 partners fact-checking content in 14 European languages: Croatian, Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Greek, Italian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish and Swedish. “
    Medium / Amie Stepanovich
    “The Markup is set to launch in July and should not do so without Julia at the helm. We encourage all her original funders to investigate this situation and to take steps to ensure that the Markup stays true to its founding principles.”
    Axios / Sara Fischer
    The Skimm used Purple to host its texting service to help subscribers make decisions last year.
    Arizona Republic / Bill Goodykoontz
    “We are very excited with the launching of this totally new and different publication in the Spanish market,” the general manager said in a statement. The old outlet’s social media accounts posted “One day we will publish the details of its closure.”
    Washington Post / Tony Romm
    A significant portion of the meeting focused on Trump’s concerns that Twitter quietly, and deliberately, has limited or removed some of his followers…. But Twitter long has explained that follower figures fluctuate as the company takes action to remove fraudulent spam accounts. In the meeting, Dorsey stressed that point, noting even he had lost followers as part of Twitter’s work to enforce its policies, according to the source, who described the meeting as cordial.”
    BuzzFeed News / Pranav Dixit
    “The new tool will first be rolled out in India, where general elections are already underway, on Thursday, and in the European Union, which holds elections in the last week of May, on April 29.” It’s unclear what Twitter will do with the reported tweets.
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