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Media Voices podcast: De Correspondent co-founder Rob Wijnberg on relaunching in the US

In this week's episode of Media Voices, we hear from De Correspondent's co-founder Rob Wijnberg about the launch of its USA-based English-language counterpart The Correspondent.

In the news roundup, the team take a look at the potential fallout of Trump vs. Google, some admirable efforts from Twitter, and discuss where you'd buy a hairdryer online with bizarre specificity (not BuzzFeed Reviews, it turns out).

The Media Voices team are reading:

- I helped create insider political journalism. Now it's time for it to go away, via BuzzFeed News

- Could kindness finally be winning over negative celebrity gossip?, via The Pool

- Alan Rusbridger: Who broke the news? via Guardian

 

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