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Media Voices podcast: Lucy Kueng on how Silicon Valley has changed journalism

This episode, we hear from Lucy Kueng. She’s one of the go-to names for macro and micro industry analysis, a Google Digital News Senior Research Fellow at the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, and has a tonne of other roles in the industry that allow her to see the bigger picture.

The Media Voices team and Lucy spoke about journalism’s perverse relationship with Silicon Valley, whether publications can make it across the Valley of Death, and how external pressures change internal newsroom structure.

In the news round-up the team discuss the BBC’s new show on Facebook Watch, the potential impacts of the Copyright Directive, and gush over Bauer’s latest magazine launch. Peter does impressions of a stuffy English gent and Katy Perry.

 

 

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