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The newsletter boom is over. What’s next?

The January 6 hearings brought politics into the TikTok age

Here’s what Netflix execs think about the Netflix problem

Netflix slips and Hollywood cheers. Maybe it shouldn’t.

How to make money during the tech crash: Write about it

Coming soon to a streaming service near you: Ads

Why Netflix is suddenly losing subscribers

This is as good as movies are going to get

What the media needs to get right in the next pandemic

The New York Times’s old white Democrats problem

WarnerMedia’s ex-boss says you should be happy with Batman at theaters and rom-coms at home

Why Amazon is paying nearly $9 billion for MGM and James Bond

Apple broke Facebook’s ad machine. Who’s going to fix it?

It’s going to take a lot more than Neil Young to change Spotify’s mind about Joe Rogan

Why the New York Times is buying the Athletic

Ben Smith had one of the coolest jobs in journalism. Now he wants to do something else.

The Elizabeth Holmes saga is far from over

Why is Vox Media buying Group Nine?

BuzzFeed’s a public company. Now what?

How HBO could have become — or bought — Netflix

The Atlantic wants to hire newsletter writers — and it wants their subscribers, too

Republicans are priming their voters to believe the California recall was stolen

Fox News ignores a DC bomb threat inspired by right-wing conspiracy theory culture

Why Newsmax is failing

Why Netflix is getting into games

Don’t be fooled by that viral Hannity clip. Fox News’s Covid-19 coverage is a mess.

What is CNN+ and why would you pay for it?

Facebook wants creators, but YouTube is paying creators much, much more

Tucker Carlson’s NSA spying claims are evidence-free. Republicans are running with them anyway.

BuzzFeed grew up. Now it’s going public.

The glaring problems with Tucker Carlson’s attempt to blame the FBI for the insurrection

Why you can’t write for Bulletin, Facebook’s new Substack clone

Here’s who owns everything in Big Media today

Journalists can tweet about Black Lives Matter but not about Palestine

It never made sense for AT&T to buy WarnerMedia. Now it’s undoing its $100 billion deal.

Apple has an antitrust problem. Here’s one way to solve it.

Twitter makes all of its money from ads. It’s trying to change that.

How subscriptions took over our lives

Apple will let podcasters sell subscriptions and keep a cut for itself

Substack wants to pay you to write about local news