Print may be dying, but the news is not
Newspapers Are Dead Already
Has the Internet killed newspapers, magazines, music and video?
Two obstacles to improving online newspapers
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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BBC Media Centre:
BBC details its budget cuts: laying off up to 1,000 people over the next few years, merging BBC News with BBC World, making CBBC and BBC 4 online-only, and more
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
Todd Spangler / Variety:
Lionsgate misses with Q4 revenue up 6% YoY to $929.9M vs. $961M est. and a net loss of $104.6M; Starz global streaming subscribers grew to 24.5M, up 47% YoY
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