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“Flood the zone with shit”: How misinformation overwhelmed our democracy

Yes, the UK media’s coverage of Meghan Markle really is racist

Peacock, NBC’s new streaming service, wants you to watch ads

NPR’s sanitizing of Trump’s Milwaukee rally shows how he’s broken the media

Fox News goes to desperate lengths to gin up outrage over clip of Vince Vaughn chatting with Trump

Barstool Sports is close to selling to a casino company you’ve never heard of

Facebook will continue letting politicians lie in ads

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A decade of revolt

Most investors don’t want to touch media anymore. But Axios is going to raise another $20 million.

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How a Twitter war in 2010 helped change the way we talk about women’s writing

Tucker Carlson on why conservatives should crack down on “vulture capitalism”

Here’s who owns everything in Big Media today

Tucker Carlson’s defense of Russia takes “America First” to its logical conclusion

Hannity’s monologue following end of impeachment hearings illustrated Fox News’ alternate reality

Google transformed the political advertising world with its reversal on targeting

Disney says it doesn’t need data to make great shows

The Morning Show’s producers say many of its critics are “Apple haters”

Why Vice’s new CEO thinks Vice’s former, ousted CEO doesn’t get enough credit

Sports Illustrated’s new bosses defend why they bought a brand and not a company

HBO Max wants to be the next cable bundle instead of the next Netflix

How to follow (and listen to) Recode’s Code Media conference in Los Angeles

Coverage of the first impeachment hearing illustrates how the media is falling short

Netflix says it speaks truth to power, after all

Disney+ is a treasure chest of forgotten films and TV. Here are 6 gems to revisit.

Disney says its new Disney+ streaming service is so popular you can’t stream it

If you are a unionized journalist, this labor ruling should worry you

10 lessons for Disney, Apple, and all the new streaming companies trying to take down Netflix

Bloomberg’s Matt Levine explains Wall Street, WeWork, and how to leave Goldman Sachs for a much lower-paying job

How TV paved America’s road to Trump

Leaked tape: ABC News killed an interview with an accuser of Jeffrey Epstein

HBO will be the center of a tell-all oral history book

You may not have to pay anything — for now — to see new shows on Apple TV+ and elsewhere

Poor kids spend nearly 2 hours more on screens each day than rich kids

Facebook has finally decided that the best way to deliver news is to act like a newspaper

Facebook is launching a news section — and will pay some publishers millions

The blowup over Vanity Fair’s Trump trading story, explained

The connections between Donald Trump, Harvey Weinstein, and the National Enquirer, explained

Zuckerberg isn’t done answering questions about Facebook’s political ads policy

Facebook banned more fake Russian and Iranian accounts

How propaganda works in the digital age