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A Eulogy for Gawker, the Best and Worst Thing I Ever Made.

“What’s one thing that’s true about you that no one else would believe?” is a recurring prompt on Twitter. I…

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Vice, a Beleaguered Avatar of New Media, Hangs a ‘For Sale’ Sign

Vice, which has struggled to achieve profitability in recent years, has formed a special committee to find suitors.

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Business

Vox Media to Cut 7 Percent of Workers

The company, which publishes New York magazine, The Verge and numerous other brands, joins a parade of tech and media…

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G.O.P. in Talks With Networks About Debates, and Even CNN Is Included

Conversations between R.N.C. officials and television executives signal that the contours of the Republican nominating contest are shaping up.

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Business

Can Ron DeSantis Avoid Meeting the Press?

The Florida governor easily won re-election despite little engagement with mainstream news outlets, another sign of partisan division ahead of…

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World

What We Learned From ‘Harry and Meghan,’ the Netflix Series

In the first episodes, the couple describe ongoing harassment from the media and wanting to continue Princess Diana’s legacy.

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Business

Gannett Starts Another Round of Staff Cuts

The largest newspaper chain is cutting roughly 6 percent of its 3,440-person U.S. media division.

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Business

How Free Is the Press in the Birthplace of Democracy?

On a Saturday morning last November, Stavros Malichudis, a Greek journalist, made a cup of coffee and began scrolling Facebook,…

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Business

Why the N.F.L.’s Big Streaming Deal Is Going Into Overtime

Roger Goodell, the National Football League’s commissioner, flew to Sun Valley, Idaho, this summer for Allen & Company’s annual media…

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Business

On This Night, She Was the (Other) Story

“So do you spend a lot of nights out with C-list characters?” Brooke Gladstone asked cheerfully while firing up her…

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