It is concerning how often far-right conspiracies make their way into the mainstream. The President and his son, Don Jr., tweet links from conspiracy stories.
In the series, Pamela Colloff, a senior reporter at ProPublica and a writer at large at The New York Times Magazine, investigates the case of Joe Bryan. Bryan is a former Texas high-school principal convicted of murdering his wife.
The burden of the GDPR on U.S. newspapers comes at a time when those outlets need protecting as much as the consumer. Four media organizations noted: "In the context of serious liability under GDPR, publishers will find it difficult to accept these terms. Google is effectively putting a gun against publishers' heads."
"As access to cookie IDs disappears, GDPR could substantially decrease programmatic/data driven-advertising in the EU and threaten its future in the U.S.," Doug Stevenson, CEO of Vibrant, told Publishing Insider. "Publishers will need to rapidly fill their inventory with pro-privacy solutions that do not require consent, such as contextual advertising, native opportunities and non-personalized ads."
Working in partnership with Anonymous Content, Paramount Television and 3Dot Productions, the Times' series will feature 10 episodes a season, with each episode telling the story of a memorable woman.
Yesterday, the open-source, not-for-profit blockchain publishing network Po.et announced a potential solution for censorship of the press. Introducing Po.et Development Labs, the network plans to partner with creators who want to provide solutions for other digital creators.
Under the new policy, publishers that purchase an ad to promote a politically themed article will be placed alongside ads from political advocacy groups. A disclaimer will appear with the post.
In addition to upping its digital game, 'Outside' is also promoting a series of outdoor events this summer.
Slated to publish twice this year - issue two appears in the fourth quarter - the magazine will reach 750,000 'Wall Street Journal print' subscribers. Much of the content will also be available digitally at NationalGeographic.com.
Wolfe, who was famously part of the "New Journalism" movement of the 1960s and 1970s, alongside Joan Didion, Gay Talese and Norman Mailer, helped pioneer the type of deep-reaching, detail-heavy feature writing readers appreciate today.