I'm not sure if McArdle is clueless or is laughing at all the journalists who have lost their jobs when big capital decides to buy up, say, an irreverent sports.
Scott referred to the Deadspin disaster earlier today. To me, this and so many other closings of quality publications leads to a broader question of whether journaistic outlets can even.
A few weeks ago, I posted about Mass Effect: Andromeda and in the comments we.
Yes, we know that it is a huge error to talk about the working class as if it were all white people. There's another huge error: talking about the working.
This month's Sidney winner is on the downsizing of journalists and how what was once a middle-class job is now an itinerant job that is emblematic of the New Gilded.
Tomorrow, Gawker staffers vote on whether to form a union. This has been really interesting to watch play out because the company has allowed its writers to debate the issue.
The New York Times is replacing the retiring Stephen Greenhouse on its labor beat with.....Noam Scheiber. Who is an OK reporter but when has he had anything interesting to say.
The great journalist has passed. It's also a good time to replay his classic obituary of Christopher Hitchens.