Media Voices podcast: Refinery29’s Jacqui Kavanagh on authenticity of experience
In the news round-up, the gang discuss the Guardian’s return to black, some unfortunate closures at news sites they’ve long admired, and whether Facebook’s plan to have The People judge the trustworthiness of news outlets is a good idea (no, but what’s the alternative?)
The Media Voices team are reading:
– ‘The Chicago News Landscape‘ via the Centre for Media Engagement.
– ‘How one woman built an award-winning news outlet from her dining room table‘ via Nieman Lab.
– ‘‘Time well spent’ is shaping up to be tech’s next big debate’ via The Verge.
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