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  1. no <3
    There Is Officially Too Much TVThe activism-based reality competition no one asked for is now being restructured into a docuseries.
  2. media
    Talking to New Yorker Archivist Erin Overbey About Her Byline-Diversity Project“I started in 2019 looking at our tables of contents. It really was a lengthy project. Once you get going, it’s kind of hard to stop.”
  3. no!
    Instagram Knows Just How Damaging It Is for Teen GirlsAccording to a new report, Facebook has years of data detailing adverse mental-health outcomes for young users.
  4. impeachment: american crime story
    A Cheat Sheet for Impeachment: American Crime StoryIn case you’re curious how accurate the series is to real-life events involving Bill Clinton, Monica Lewinsky, and Linda Tripp.
  5. how i get it done
    Conflict Is Jane Ferguson’s Comfort ZoneThe PBS NewsHour reporter is recently back from Kabul, and talking with the Cut about the risks and rewards of her work.
  6. the national interest
    Why the Media Is Worse for Biden Than TrumpThe last week has been more brutal for Biden than any week of Trump’s presidency.
  7. how i get it done
    How 60 Minutes+ Correspondent Laurie Segall Gets It DoneOn interviewing QAnon militants, relearning to drive a car, and her “lobster moment.”
  8. the group portrait
    Gawker Returns for Unknown Length of TimeIt begins again: the messy bargain between Gawker owner and Gawker writer.
  9. how i get it done
    Yamiche Alcindor Knows Her Job Is Serious Business“People have been watching Washington Week for 54 years, so I better be really good and know my stuff.”
  10. encounter
    Gossiping With Tabloid Icon Cindy AdamsThe stalwart of the New York Post gets ready to tell all — kind of.
  11. sports!
    German Gymnasts Will Wear Whatever They Want, ThanksIn opting for full-length unitards, “We wanted to show that every woman, everybody, should decide what to wear.”
  12. essay
    Just Another Morning in Good Ol’ AmericaMorgan Wallen’s GMA interview didn’t so much begin a redemption tour as it did extend a winning streak that’s gone strong for decades.
  13. power
    Washington Post Sued for Gender DiscriminationReporter Felicia Sonmez says she was banned from covering sexual misconduct after going public with her own assault allegations.
  14. something for the olds
    Woman Who Taught Us About ‘Cheugy’ Regrets ItApparently, hearing Lululemon leggings called ‘cheugy’ crossed a line.
  15. inkwell
    Trump Is a Godsend for Book Publishers. He’s Also a Nightmare.Everyone in publishing is sick of the former president. But they keep making books about him anyway.
  16. media
    The Problem With Prosecutor PunditryLegal experts keep promising the walls are closing in on Trump. Haven’t we learned anything?
  17. politics
    How to Manufacture a Moral PanicConservative journalist Christopher Rufo has helped incite a right-wing uproar over racism education with a mix of dramatic, dodgy reporting.
  18. media
    The Sound of My InboxThe financial promise of email newsletters has launched countless micropublications that have, in turn, created a new literary genre.
  19. media
    23 Newsletter Writers on Their Favorite NewslettersFrom deep dives on the beauty industry to navel-gaze–y missives on media controversies.
  20. criminal justice
    Progressives Don’t Need to Downplay Rising HomicidesVictims of community violence deserve the left’s solidarity and policy solutions.
  21. media
    Inside the Petty, Vindictive, Career-Ruining Infighting at NY1Onscreen, NY1 seems like a happy family, but a lawsuit exposed the tumult behind the scenes.
  22. false equivalence
    Ilhan Omar and Marjorie Taylor Greene Are Not EquivalentIt’s lazily convenient to lump these two “extremists” together. But there’s no comparison in what they’ve said and how they’ve dealt with criticism.
  23. media
    Out-of-Touch Media Elites Ignore Working-Class Biden VotersGeorge Packer’s breakdown of America’s political tribes overlooks the one that just chose the president.
  24. zdi
    Noted Zoom Masturbator Back on TVJeffrey Toobin returns to CNN, eight months after the Zoom Dick Incident.
  25. media digest
    We Regret to Inform You That Jeffrey Toobin Has Returned to CNNThe legal journalist was fired from The New Yorker for masturbating on a Zoom call.
  26. media
    Jeffrey Toobin Returns From ‘Zoom Dick’ ExileCNN welcomed him back eight months after he was fired by The New Yorker, which he called “excessive punishment.”
  27. a long talk
    It’s Peter Rosenberg’s Job to Be PolarizingThe HOT 97 host on his debut album and remaining one of hip-hop radio’s key voices, hate him or hate to love him.
  28. vulture sports
    Naomi Osaka Withdraws From the French OpenFollowing her decision not to participate in press events.
  29. media
    Who Is the Media Really For?The AP’s firing of Emily Wilder and CNN’s protection of Chris Cuomo show the true values of what passes for journalism.
  30. media
    The Panama Papers Double CrossHow a spy-for-hire got closely guarded documents about the global elite, hawking them to the likes of Christopher Steele.
  31. media
    Inside the Nasty Battle Between Tech and JournalismSilicon Valley feels picked on by “woke” journalists “who can’t code.” Reporters feel picked on by petty zillionaires with anger-management problems.
  32. duh
    Shockingly, No One Thinks ‘Instagram for Kids’ Is a Good IdeaForty-four attorneys general are urging Mark Zuckerberg to please abandon his plans for a 13-and-under version of the app.
  33. power
    One of the Cops Who Killed Breonna Taylor Got a Book DealFacing intense backlash, Simon & Schuster has announced it will no longer be involved in the distribution of the book.
  34. culture
    Please Just Give Us the Entire Zola Movie NowA new trailer for the film based on the infamous Twitter thread looks incredible.
  35. niche drama
    The Cinnamon Toast Crunch–Shrimp Tails Saga Is Getting DarkThe guy who went viral for finding allegedly contaminated Cinnamon Toast Crunch is being accused of abuse by former partners and colleagues.
  36. cut covers
    Abby Phillip Asks the Right QuestionsMedia’s voice of sanity and clarity, in conversation with Gayle King.
  37. how i get it done
    Soledad O’Brien’s Got Her Priorities Straight“Everybody gets the same 24 hours. You just have to figure out how you want to spend yours.”
  38. media digest
    Teen Vogue Editor-in-Chief Backs Out Over Anti-Asian Tweets“My past tweets have overshadowed the work I’ve done to highlight the people and issues that I care about.”
  39. the streaming wars
    Oh No, HBO Max Is Turning the Bon Appétit Fallout Into a Workplace ComedyAdam Rapoport’s former assistant, Ryan Walker-Hartshorn, will consult on Enjoy Your Meal.
  40. podcasts
    What Went Wrong at Gimlet?The reckoning at Reply All is in many ways a classic story about the perils of start-up culture.
  41. culture
    Meghan Markle Filed a Formal Complaint Against Piers MorganShe called out the former Good Morning Britain host’s dangerous coverage of her struggles with mental health.
  42. delightful
    Someone Finally Got Piers Morgan to Shut UpThe contemptible TV host stormed off set after his co-anchor criticized his treatment of Meghan Markle — and now he’s left the show altogether.
  43. power
    Burger King Is Very Sorry for That Ill-Advised TweetTurns out, tweeting “women belong in the kitchen” on International Women’s Day didn’t go over well.
  44. culture
    Sexy Cartoon Bunny’s New Look Divides the NationPeople have a lot of thoughts about Lola Bunny’s makeover in the new Space Jam.
  45. style
    The Fashion Industry Can’t Seem to Get Enough of Carlos NazarioThe stylist did 14 covers in 12 months.
  46. culture
    I Wish I Had a Creepy Room Behind My Bathroom MirrorThink of all the possibilities.
  47. media
    Chris Cuomo Says He ‘Obviously’ Won’t Cover the Allegations Against His BrotherThe CNN anchor said he won’t be discussing the sexual-harassment allegations against Governor Cuomo on his show.
  48. rankings
    W Magazine Cover Stars, Ranked by How Much Pain They’re InPhotographer Juergen Teller woke up and chose violence.
  49. media
    Why Did First Look Let Go of Laura Poitras?A co-founder turns critic.
  50. the group portrait
    Book Publishing’s New Power ClubA wave of hires is set to pick up where the reckoning left off.
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