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Media Voices podcast: Delayed Gratification co-founder Rob Orchard on the mission of 'slow journalism'

In this week's episode of Media Voices, Rob Orchard - the co-founder and editor of the original slow journalism magazine Delayed Gratification - takes us through the mission of the magazine, why giving news room to breathe is absolutely vital, and why more publishers are jumping on the bandwagon.

In the news roundup the Media Voices team celebrates some subscription milestones for the FT and the Guardian, investigate the timings of AppleNews+'s launch an Facebook's mooted premium News tab, and ask if Stylist Group's move into lifestyle and fitness products is a class issue.

 

 

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