journalism

Blocked By Paywalls: Subscriptions Make Us Stupid

One-size-fits all paywalls for publishers create societal problems. Time for new models to make sure our news needs are being met.

More Climate Reporting, At Last

Big name outlets and TV weather reporters lead the way, but there’s still more to do.

Outlaw? Pariah? Renegade Empire? Digesting the WSJ Series About Facebook

How can one company make so many mistakes? An astonishing reportorial coup by the Wall Street Journal is rattling Zuckerberg's empire.

Fintech Is Winning With Black Americans. Why Isn’t That a Media Story?

Black consumers and Black-owned businesses use fintech companies disproportionately higher than their overall population numbers would predict. Plus, the pay-me-now revolution is here.

Fox News at the Burning Crossroads

Three months into Joe Biden’s presidency, Fox News has yet to prove it can dominate with primetime hate the way it once did.

Can Facebook Break the Sound Barrier?

Facebook this week announced a sweeping audio-forward campaign. In a rare interview with a journalist, Zuckerberg elaborated on Facebook’s ambitious plans.

Four Techonomists You’ll Meet at our November Conference

What will our November flagship event be like? Here are four innovative thinkers who will speak at our conference in Half Moon Bay, California- a Wall Street giant, a pioneering journalist, a robotics legend, and...

Techonomy@SXSW: Advocating for Quality Journalism

In a time when the integrity of the press is more important than ever, major organizations are taking steps to combat fake news and improve news literacy. This discussion from SXSW explores how brands and...

Ladies, Consider a Career in Science

American women have made tremendous strides in science—in some areas they earn half of all doctorate degrees. But women remain at a significant disadvantage to men on a host of metrics, such as likelihood to...

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