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Media Voices podcast: The Guardian’s chief revenue officer Hamish Nicklin on sustainable journalism

On this week’s episode of Media Voices, the Guardian’s chief revenue officer Hamish Nicklin takes us through the newspaper’s journey to profit through membership and contributions, the reestablishment of ‘premium’ advertising, and its plans through to 2022.

In the news roundup Chris and Peter take a look at TikTok, an audio collaboration between Reach and JPI Media, and discuss whether there are limits on who can call themselves a journalist. Peter’s rendition of Happy Birthday gets perilously close to a Marilyn Monroe impression.

 

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