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At this moment, the must-read stories in technology are scattered across hundreds of news sites and blogs. That's far too much for any reader to follow.
Fortunately, Techmeme arranges all of these links into a single, easy-to-scan page. Our goal is to become your tech news site of record.
Story selection is accomplished via computer algorithm extended with direct human editorial input. Our human editors are: Lidija Davis, Mahendra Palsule, Andre Garrigo, David Connell, Jarrod Cugley, and occasionally Omer Horvitz and Techmeme founder Gabe Rivera. Launched in 2005, Techmeme remains independent, bootstrapped, and privately held.
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Sources: the NFL plans to launch its own streaming service, NFL Plus, in July 2022; the centerpiece will be live games on phones and tablets for ~$5 per month
Elahe Izadi / Washington Post:
How a 2019 joint investigation by the San Antonio Express-News and the Houston Chronicle led to the disclosure of sex abuse by Southern Baptist church leaders
Thomas Seal / Bloomberg:
The Daily Telegraph reports 740K subscribers, on track to hit 1M by the end of 2023, as 2021 revenue grew 4% YoY to £245M and profit jumped 25% YoY to £33.3M
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