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Media Voices podcast: The Book of Man founder Martin Robinson on promoting mental health online

On this week's episode, The Book Of Man co-founder Martin Robinson discusses his journey through the UK magazine industry, the need for a space for men to honestly discuss mental health, and plans for podcasts, longform and membership.

In the news roundup we discuss YouTube Music Premium's place in the market, Twitter's latest attempt at fixing its troll problem, and whether it's a good or bad thing that Facebook and Google are now the biggest funders of journalism.

 

We're reading:

- Third party web content on EU news sites: potential challenges and paths to privacy improvement, via RISJ

- Why we need older women in the workplace, via The Cut

Google's selfish ledger is an unsettling glimpse at Silicon Valley social engineering, via The Verge

 

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