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Media Voices podcast: The Second Source’s Jasmine Andersson on the challenges facing women in journalism

In this week’s episode, one of The Second Source’s co-founders, Jasmine Andersson talks about the aims of the project, the launch of their new mentoring scheme and how women can support each other in challenging environments.

In the news round-up, the team dive into what YouTube’s US$25 million news spend means for publishers, whether Reddit will work for advertisers and what the deal is with Rolling Stone’s revitalised magazine. Chris worries that AR ads will start manipulating the size of his head.

The Media Voices team are reading:

- The good, the bad, and the mansplaining of WikiTribune, via Nieman Lab

- The promises and pitfalls of reporting within chat apps and other semi-open platforms: A journalist’s guide, via Nieman Lab

- The death of Truth, by Michiko Kakutani

 

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