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Do Americans really want “unbiased” news?

The next target of the right’s campaign against woke companies: Fox News?

Elon Musk won’t stop tweeting his way into trouble

Instagram’s co-founder explains why he’s starting over

Tucker Carlson’s show is back, and it’s on Twitter

Why Tucker Carlson’s text message about “white men” matters

Why digital media is melting down

The new controversy on the left: Is it okay to say Tucker Carlson had some good ideas?

No, seriously, why did Fox News fire Tucker Carlson?

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Why was Tucker Carlson fired from Fox News?

The dramatic end of Don Lemon’s controversial tenure at CNN

 RIP, BuzzFeed News. Who’s next?

Fox News won. Dominion won. The rest of us lost.

Why a record-shattering settlement still might not change Fox News

Fox pays $787 million for its 2020 election lies

The multibillion-dollar defamation lawsuits against Fox News, explained

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Trans people deserve better journalism

How the anti-trans movement took over legacy media.

The desperate pandering of Tucker Carlson

Ron DeSantis’s plan to strip First Amendment rights from the press, explained

“Make Trump a non person”: Rupert Murdoch’s Ron DeSantis pivot, explained by a legal filing

YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki is stepping down

The case for better-seats-cost-more movie tickets

Sean Hannity’s damning deposition in the Fox News defamation lawsuit, explained

Elon Musk’s Twitter journalist purge has begun

The people who hate Sam Bankman-Fried the most

Twitter’s ad problem is Elon Musk

Ben Smith’s Semafor is live. He says it will take 10 years to get it right.

Welcome to Netflix — with ads

 The mysterious ad slump of 2022

Who owns what in Big Media today

Why Disney didn’t buy Twitter

Where we’re spending our screentime, in 3 charts

Meet the billionaire who loves Fox News and owns a piece of CNN

Did CNN’s Brian Stelter lose his job because of politics or money?

House of the Dragon is coming to HBO. So is the Netflix Chill.

How Facebook helped Axios sell for $500 million

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.