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How the Media Would Cover the Apocalypse

How the Media Would Cover the Apocalypse

On July 27 in the year 2018, the moon will be dripping with rivulets of blood during what is set to be the longest lunar eclipse of this century. According to the British tabloid The Daily Mirror this

Original Content podcast: Summer movie madness with ‘Solo’, ‘Incredibles 2’ and more

While we generally keep the Original Content podcast focused on the latest movies and TV shows from the big streaming services, we’ll occasionally go further afield when it like something might
Clickbait and gotcha moments: how political conflict became a commodity | Katharine Murphy

Clickbait and gotcha moments: how political conflict became a commodity | Katharine Murphy

In this extract from On Disruption, Katharine Murphy looks at the demise of thoughtful long-term policy making and the ‘new, now’ news cycleConflict is not a new commodity in news. It’s always been
How the Media Would Cover the Apocalypse

How the Media Would Cover the Apocalypse

On July 27 in the year 2018, the moon will be dripping with rivulets of blood during what is set to be the longest lunar eclipse of this century. According to the British tabloid The Daily Mirror this

Survivors of Annapolis newspaper massacre chastise critics who cheered the deaths of their friends: ‘We won’t forget’

In an editorial signed by a collection of survivors of the mass shooting at the Capital Gazette newspaper that resulted in the death of five of their colleagues, the staffers thanked everyone across
'It stinks': Twitter gets wind of oddly named Trump tariff bill draft

'It stinks': Twitter gets wind of oddly named Trump tariff bill draft

Leaked Fart Act draft reportedly suggests US abandons WTO rules A report that Donald Trump is looking to walk away from the World Trade Organisation and instead adopt a United States Fair and
Nauru blocks ABC from Pacific forum over 'bias and false reporting'

Nauru blocks ABC from Pacific forum over 'bias and false reporting'

ABC says Nauru cannot be allowed to dictate who represents Australian media at September’s forumThe government of Nauru has blocked the ABC from covering the Pacific Islands Forum, refusing to issue
UK ministers to fund Saatchi campaign for Tunisian government

UK ministers to fund Saatchi campaign for Tunisian government

Critics dismiss project as PR campaign designed to support country’s contested policies The British government is paying M&C Saatchi to run a media campaign for the Tunisian government in an

New media company Quartz sold to Japanese firm in deal worth up to $110M

Quartz, the business and tech news organization owned by Atlantic Media, is moving to a new home after publicly listed Japanese business Uzabase acquired it in a deal worth up to $110 million. The
Neko Case’s “Hell-On” Is Harrowing and Absorbing

Neko Case’s “Hell-On” Is Harrowing and Absorbing

Album Review Neko Case Hell-On ANTI- Neko Case has such a strong, commanding voice that it’s hard to see how she could convey vulnerability, but Hell-On brims with sadness and regret. Her alt-country
iOS App Store’s all-time top game made $4 billion to top app’s $1 billion

iOS App Store’s all-time top game made $4 billion to top app’s $1 billion

While big U.S. companies topped the App Store for its first decade, Chinese companies have been climbing the charts, in some cases achieving high rankings solely through downloads within China.
Quartz begins a new chapter. A letter from our editor in chief and publisher

Quartz begins a new chapter. A letter from our editor in chief and publisher

Dear readers – We created Quartz for people excited by change, and have focused our journalism on helping you see around corners. Today we’re unveiling…
AT&T raises DirecTV Now pricing by $5 per month

AT&T raises DirecTV Now pricing by $5 per month

Following last week’s launch of its low-cost streaming TV service, Watch TV, AT&T is now raising prices on its original over-the-top offering, DirecTV Now, by $5 per month. That means instead of

Critics roast ‘zero credibility’ Fox News after Trump interview: ‘Rubberstamps outrageous lies like a lobotomized zombie’

Criticism of Fox News as “state media” during the era of Donald Trump’s presidency expanded after Fox News personality Maria Bartiromo continually praised the commander-in-chief during an “exclusive”
Maria Bartiromo’s Trump interview was propaganda, not journalism. Here are the receipts.

Maria Bartiromo’s Trump interview was propaganda, not journalism. Here are the receipts.

On Sunday morning, Fox Business aired host Maria Bartiromo’s interview with President Trump — one that at various points was more akin to a piece of propaganda than journalism. Not only did Bartiromo
What the Quartz Sale Means for the Future of Media

What the Quartz Sale Means for the Future of Media

Japan-based Uzabase is acquiring Quartz for up to $110 million in cash and stock.
What the Quartz Sale Means for the Future of Media

What the Quartz Sale Means for the Future of Media

Japan-based Uzabase is acquiring Quartz for up to $110 million in cash and stock.
Lifehacker Pack for Mac: Our List of the Essential Mac Apps 2018

Lifehacker Pack for Mac: Our List of the Essential Mac Apps 2018

There are a bunch of great apps you can install on your Mac—no question there. Separating amazing apps from must-have apps is the hard part, and we don’t want you to spend hours analyzing the Mac App
HTC plans to cut 1,500 jobs in Taiwan, around 25% of its workforce

HTC plans to cut 1,500 jobs in Taiwan, around 25% of its workforce

(Reuters) — Smartphone maker HTC plans to slash around a quarter of its global workforce through job cuts at its manufacturing unit in Taiwan, in a bid to better manage resources as the company
Melania Trump is making thousands off of a licensing agreement with Getty

Melania Trump is making thousands off of a licensing agreement with Getty

Melania Trump may have earned as much as $1 million in royalties from Getty Images last year, thanks to an extremely unusual licensing agreement revealed in President Trump’s most recent financial