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Media Voices podcast: Allure editor-in-chief Michelle Lee on representation in magazines

On this week’s episode, Esther interviews Allure’s editor-in-chief Michelle Lee about its ongoing efforts to improve representation in magazine media, and opportunities around new media. 

In the news roundup the team discusses a potential cash-for-coverage scandal at the Evening Standard (and what that says about sponsored editorial and trust), Peter gets extremely happy about new investment in Rolling Stone, and Esther discusses the latest news about news at Facebook. 

The Media Voices team are reading:

- Do we need J-schools?, from Columbia Journalism Review

- Don’t forget about ad blocking: Lost revenue to UK publishers rises to £630,000 a year, from Digiday

Are news organisations ‘consciously uncoupling’ from Facebook?, via Emily Bell

 

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