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Jasper Jackson is the New Statesman’s digital editor. He was formerly assistant editor of Media Guardian, and editor of TheMediaBriefing.
The cancellation of The OA after two seasons could be just the start of a distressing pattern for TV fans.
The political and policy-based implications of the new Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport.
Like Trump, Johnson was built for the attention economy.
The president is channelling a chillingly effective approach to information warfare.
And that could have worrying implications for the free press.
The pivot to launching tangible services for news, TV gaming and even credit is all very well, but the company will have a hard time escaping its reliance on hardware.
Cairncross has some good suggestions, but it can’t escape the problem of who gets to define “high-quality journalism”.
The editor is stepping down after 26 years.
A lawsuit filed by parents of those killed in the 2012 massacre means the Infowars host might finally have to face the consequences of his actions.
Conspiracy theories have moved from the fringe to the mainstream. How can we fight back?