"The Univision-owned, millennial-targeted endeavor is making a move into podcasting with a mix of the conversational shows that have been embraced recently by publishers, and higher-end, more elaborately produced fare."
Fusion is getting into podcasting
Polk Awards honor articles from Trump’s presidential run
"A Washington Post reporter who brought to light a video of Donald J. Trump making lewd comments about women and a ProPublica reporter who covered the Trump campaign’s growing traction with voters in a tumultuous election year were among the winners of the George Polk Awards in Journalism for 2016, announced on Sunday."
The risk of unnamed sources? Unconvinced readers
"Reporters and editors trust such information, sometimes risking their reputation on it. Readers, on the other hand, couldn’t be more suspicious — and with reason."
Trump calls the news media the ‘enemy of the American people’
"President Trump, in an extraordinary rebuke of the nation’s press organizations, wrote on Twitter on Friday that the nation’s news media 'is the enemy of the American people.'"
The downfall of Kellyanne Conway
"I gasped so frequently when she spoke that after each interview was over, I’d feel faint, like I’d spent the last several hours blowing up balloons."
When a politician says 'Fake News' and a newspaper threatens to sue back
"The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel in Colorado is accusing state Sen. Ray Scott of defamation and threatening to sue. If filed, legal experts said it would be the first suit of its kind, potentially setting a legal definition for what is considered fake news and what is not."
Trump hates the press? Take a number.
"No White House has ever loved the press corps, and its current resident isn’t about to change that."
Houston paper gets caught up in Hollywood-funded fake news
"The Leader, a decades-old small Houston weekly appears to be the victim of 'fake news' planted to generate publicity about a new movie."
The case for cameras in federal courtrooms
Mickey Osterreicher, the general counsel for the National Press Photographers Association, argues for still and TV cameras in courtrooms.
The Mark Zuckerberg manifesto is a blueprint for destroying journalism
"Lip service to the crucial function of the Fourth Estate is not enough to sustain it."
BuzzFeed tries to break readers out of their social-media bubbles
"The idea is an attempt to get readers to understand — or even acknowledge the existence of — the viewpoints of people who don’t think like them."
How BBC Persian is using Instagram and Telegram to get around Iranian censorship
"This is a social circumvention strategy rather than a social media strategy."
Think The Wirecutter invented affiliate revenue? Meet the mom who’s been doing it since 2010
"Lucie’s List has 360,000 subscribers and pulls in enough revenue to support a family and a staff in San Francisco."
Leaks renew scrutiny of New York Times’ pre-election story finding no Trump-Russia ties
"'Our focus, now as it was last fall, is on getting out the full story about the Russia issue,' says Managing Editor Joseph Kahn."