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SB Nation Memo To Underpaid Writers: Unspecific Changes Will Happen, Details To Come

SB Nation Memo To Underpaid Writers: Unspecific Changes Will Happen, Details To Come

SB Nation editor-in-chief Elena Bergeron wrote an internal memo to team-site bloggers today, publishing it on the company’s internal “Community Corner” page. It announced a few updates and a series of
How Did Jason Whitlock Do This?

How Did Jason Whitlock Do This?

Earlier today, All Takes Matter co-host Jason Whitlock sent a tweet that was genuinely mystifying: Read more...
The Mississippi State Fan Who Took His Revenge On Ole Miss And The Football Press

The Mississippi State Fan Who Took His Revenge On Ole Miss And The Football Press

To most of the sports world, Steve Robertson’s role in the greatest spectacle in college football this year has been a small one. Robertson, a recruiting writer for the Mississippi State fan site
What Is The Athletic's Plan Beyond Exterminating Newspapers?

What Is The Athletic's Plan Beyond Exterminating Newspapers?

If you aren’t a reader of The Athletic, a subscription-based and regionally focused conglomeration of sports sites, then you’ve probably at least heard of them after they went on a massive hiring
The New Yorker Has Invented Blogging

The New Yorker Has Invented Blogging

Big news from the New Yorker: The venerated magazine is shaking things up by introducing a new “short-form news product” where writers go online to “respond to the news.” Newyorker.com editor Michael
Against Allegedly

Against Allegedly

There’s a word, and it’s quite short, for how the vast majority of information in this world is conveyed: Said. A person can say something. Multiple people can, together, say something. Old-timers in
Elon Musk Just Yelled 'SHAME' At A Bunch Of Journalists

Elon Musk Just Yelled 'SHAME' At A Bunch Of Journalists

Tesla’s had something of a rough go lately. Long the disruptive darling of both the automotive and tech worlds, the automaker has struggled to ramp up production of its new Model 3 sedan to meet its
Taylor Swift's Lawyer Sends Deranged Letter Over Blog Suggesting She's An Alt-Right Sympathizer

Taylor Swift's Lawyer Sends Deranged Letter Over Blog Suggesting She's An Alt-Right Sympathizer

Last month, Taylor Swift and her team took some time away from interpolating novelty songs into disappointing singles and turned their attention to intimidating a little-known blogger. Swift took
On Rumors

On Rumors

The revelation in Thursday’s New York Times that comedian Louis CK acted sexually inappropriate with women comedians was not a revelation to us here at Jezebel. In 2012, Jezebel’s sibling site,
DNAinfo, Gothamist, and What We Lose in the Disappearing Digital Archive

DNAinfo, Gothamist, and What We Lose in the Disappearing Digital Archive

On Monday afternoon, as a few hundred people gathered at New York’s City Hall to protest the shuttering of local news sites DNAinfo and Gothamist, a carousel of speakers took turns proclaiming their
Vox Media Is Trying to Unionize and Your Newsroom Should Too

Vox Media Is Trying to Unionize and Your Newsroom Should Too

Editorial and video employees at Vox Media publicly announced their push to unionize on Friday, marking another digital newsroom attempting to organize amid an unforgiving media environment. Read
Is Mic's Pivot to Video Spinning Out of Control?

Is Mic's Pivot to Video Spinning Out of Control?

Within the pantheon of panic-inducing statements managers can make to employees, the assurance that there’s no need to panic sits near its apex. Yet last month, in a conference room on the 82nd floor
All Losers Brackets Should Be Called Repechages

All Losers Brackets Should Be Called Repechages

What do you call the part of a double-elimination tournament where the losers go after their first loss? There is a reasonable case for “loser’s bracket,” “losers bracket,” and “losers’ bracket.”
"Video Equals Mobile Equals Social" Says New Los Angeles Times Editor, Who Won't Promise Competitive Salaries

"Video Equals Mobile Equals Social" Says New Los Angeles Times Editor, Who Won't Promise Competitive Salaries

The Los Angeles Times has lots of challenges, including years of harsh staff cuts, a corporate parent of questionable value, and an ongoing union drive at a historically anti-union company. Brand-new
What It Was Like Keeping The New Jeep Wrangler's Juiciest Secrets Quiet For Two Years

What It Was Like Keeping The New Jeep Wrangler's Juiciest Secrets Quiet For Two Years

For the past few years, I’ve held a dark secret: while my colleagues at Jalopnik scrambled to learn every detail they could get about the all-new 2018 Jeep Wrangler, I already knew most everything. I
Rich People Demolished L.A. Weekly To Build The Future They Want For Journalism

Rich People Demolished L.A. Weekly To Build The Future They Want For Journalism

In 2009, L.A. Weekly wrote a story about jerkin’—a dance craze sweeping across the Los Angeles basin—that highlighted the work of then little-known rapper YG. “He was so fresh out of prison, he still
You Survived At NFL Network By Staying Silent

You Survived At NFL Network By Staying Silent

On my first day at NFL Media I signed paperwork promising that I wouldn’t harass players for autographs. That struck me as odd, given that I was a professional reporter being hired to work in a
Here Is the Awful Pep Talk Ziff Davis Gave to Mashable After Gutting Its Staff

Here Is the Awful Pep Talk Ziff Davis Gave to Mashable After Gutting Its Staff

The recent trajectory of tech site Mashable has put it at the forefront of some of the worst trends reshaping digital media. Read more...
Women In Sports Journalism Are Still Putting Up With A Lot Of Bullshit

Women In Sports Journalism Are Still Putting Up With A Lot Of Bullshit

How many women ditch sports journalism because they decide, and understandably so, that it’s not worth all the bullshit? Being called “difficult” or “shrill” or “bitchy.” The energy and time wasted
Photographer Says Miguel Sanó Assaulted Her

Photographer Says Miguel Sanó Assaulted Her

Women in sports journalism are now telling their stories of assault and harassment in their workplaces. There have been women speaking out about working at ESPN, NFL Network, and Fox Sports. But