Media Bits and Bytes - November 3, 2020
- Journalism After the Election
- How Foreign Correspondents View the Election
- As the World Burns
- AOC’s Twitch Stream
- Techno-Nationalism: The Scared New World
- Republicans Grill Tech Chiefs
- Glenn Greenwald vs The Intercept
- Silicon Valley Tech Workers Testify
- Free WiFi For the Neighbors
Rebuilding—and reinventing—news and information systems from the ground up must be one of our first tasks following the 2020 election.
By Jon Allsop
Columbia Journalism Review
The political press gives the climate discussion over almost entirely to right-wing talking points.
AOC’s Among Us stream now holds the distinction of having the third-highest number of concurrent viewers ever on a single person’s Twitch stream.
As the U.S.-China rivalry spreads into the technology sector, it threatens to change the way centers of innovation can operate.
By Nandita Bose and David Shepardson
By Peter Sterne
New York Magazine
Greenwald wrote that he eventually concluded The Intercept embraced so-called “cancel culture.” A colleague said Greenwald was less concerned about specific edits and more about the fact that he was being edited at all.
By Alex N. Press
By Anna Quinn
The Brooklyn Public Library announced Friday that it will install roof antennas on 19 library branches as part of a new program to bridge the Digital divide.