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Here’s who owns everything in Big Media today

Dan Rather’s single biggest secret for interviewing powerful people

Twitter’s co-founder yearns for the time when bloggers couldn’t get instant feedback

Activists see NBC’s Democratic debate moderators as a win for representation

Running the New York Times is just one thing A.G. Sulzberger is working on

Russia and China are waging a “shadow war” against the US, and the battlefields will be AI and space, CNN’s Jim Sciutto says

Why Amazon is going to be one of the winners of the streaming video wars

Watch Laura Ingraham tell her audience to disbelieve something Trump just told her

Even worse than Jeffrey Goldberg’s sexist quote was his gaslighting of a journalist

David French vs. Sohrab Ahmari and the battle dividing conservatives, explained

Meet the man with an impossible job: cleaning up YouTube

Former US Attorney Preet Bharara says good journalism may have undermined the Mueller report

Hulu CEO Randy Freer explains why Hulu never promoted its ad-free version

Netflix has made a rare acquisition, to help it make more kids’ stuff

Disney put more than $400 million into Vice Media. Now it says that investment is worthless.

Disney+ will not be a “Netflix killer” because at this point, nothing can kill Netflix

Amazon wants to pay the New York Times and BuzzFeed to expand so it can reach more shoppers outside the US

Kickstarter co-founder Perry Chen’s advice to startup founders and investors: Don’t lie to each other

YouTube says it’s still trying to fix itself. But it’s not going to stop selling itself to advertisers.

The fight for the bundle is the war for the future of TV

Coverage of Trump’s latest rally shows how major media outlets normalize his worst excesses

David Haskell has one of the hardest jobs in media: replacing a beloved magazine editor

What the hell happened at The Markup? Part 2: Co-founders Sue Gardner and Jeff Larson respond to Julia Angwin’s Recode Decode interview

What the hell happened at The Markup? Part 1: Former editor-in-chief Julia Angwin on Recode Decode

Digital media lifestyle brand Brit + Co is laying off most of its employees

Why is LinkedIn producing original journalism? LinkedIn editor-at-large Jessi Hempel explains.

Netflix is booming internationally, but its growth is slowing in the US

What Pete Buttigieg learned from Donald Trump

AMC Networks boss Josh Sapan wants the people who make TV to look at the data — but not too much

If Congress cancels federal funding for PBS, rural areas will be hurt the most, says CEO Paula Kerger

Nancy Pelosi says Trump’s tweets “cheapened the presidency” — and the media encourages him

Disney used to make hundreds of millions from Netflix. Now it will spend billions to fight it.

Everyone in TV news goes for outrage. That makes it “ripe for disruption,” says former CNN reporter Jessica Yellin

Mark Halperin says his conduct has changed. His commentary is the same.

Apple has sold lots of music subscriptions — so it thinks it will sell lots of other stuff, too

The company that owns the New Yorker and Vogue is bleeding money. A new CEO is supposed to turn things around.

Here are all the new products Snap launched at its first partner conference


Why Tucker Carlson pretends to hate elites

Valerie Jarrett has some advice for Democrats running in 2020

Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook may pay publishers to put their stuff in a dedicated news section