Watching Tucker Carlson for Work
According to Kat Abughazaleh, a researcher at Media Matters for America, “You don’t know Fox News until you are watching it for a job.”
February 25, 2023
What Happened to the Washington Post?
After a decade of growth, the paper is laying off staff and was reportedly on track to lose money last year. Its publisher and C.E.O. says it’s all part of a bold strategy.
January 26, 2023
The Economics at the Heart of the Times Union Standoff
Thursday’s walkout was part of a bitter contract dispute over wages—but the impasse poses a larger question about how the growing company should invest in its future.
December 11, 2022
The E-Mail Newsletter for the Mogul Set
The media startup Puck is aiming to build a business by covering power and wealth from the inside.
December 2, 2022
The Dubious Wisdom of “Smart Brevity”
The Axios founders’ new book makes the case for condensed communication—in an increasingly complex world.
September 19, 2022
The American Media’s Obsession with the British Royal Family
In an era of reality-television stars, the House of Windsor has offered tabloid readers a frisson of glamour, wealth, and blinding fame.
September 13, 2022
A TV Face of the Trump Resistance Exits
Brian Stelter, the host of the CNN show “Reliable Sources,” which was cancelled this week, went from media chronicler to media-chronicled.
August 19, 2022
Inside Putin’s Propaganda Machine
Current and former employees describe Russian state television as an army, one with a few generals and many foot soldiers who never question their orders.
May 18, 2022
Can the BBC Survive the British Government?
In its hundredth year, the broadcaster maintains a near-total reach—and faces a threat to its existence.
April 11, 2022
The Day Foreign Journalists Felt Forced to Leave Moscow
After a meeting at the Russian Foreign Ministry, dozens of outlets moved their reporters out of the country.
March 28, 2022