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  1. dinner party
    What to Do About Tudum …For starters, let’s be honest: Under Netflix, this was always doomed.
  2. rug pulls
    Netflix Has Laid Off at Least Ten Employees From Editorial Site TudumThe embattled streaming service launched its “fandom engine” four months ago with a roster of established journalists on staff.
  3. obits
    RIP, CNN+ (March 2022–April 2022)It’s ending two days earlier than announced, just missing a full pay cycle.
  4. the industry
    Jeff Zucker Resigns From CNN Over Relationship With Colleague“I was required to disclose it when it began but I didn’t.”
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  7. 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.
  8. vulture sports
    Naomi Osaka Withdraws From the French OpenFollowing her decision not to participate in press events.
  9. 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.”
  10. 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.
  11. 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.
  12. rankings
    W Magazine Cover Stars, Ranked by How Much Pain They’re InPhotographer Juergen Teller woke up and chose violence.
  13. cable news
    Brooke Baldwin to Leave CNN in AprilAfter 13 years at the network.
  14. food media
    What Did Bon Appétit Do Now?It involves Marcus Samuelsson, Haitian cuisine, and a soup recipe.
  15. extremely online
    Jeffrey Toobin Suspended From New Yorker for ‘Zoom Dick Incident’Toobin reportedly masturbated during an “election simulation.”
  16. encounter
    Sohla El-Waylly Goes SoloAfter leaving Bon Appétit’s Test Kitchen, the chef now has her own show — where she’s paid fairly for her fantastic creations.
  17. roll clip!
    The New Bon Appétit Test Kitchen Is Here, and It Sure Is DifferentBrad, Andy, and Chris are sticking around, with eight new Test Kitchen stars joining them.
  18. ellen is mean
    Warner Bros. Execs Address Toxic Work Environment at Ellen and TMZ in MemoWarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar and WarnerMedia Studios and Network Head Ann Sarnoff issued separate internal memos regarding the culture of the company.
  19. the industry
    Podcasts Are Always the Next Big ThingA 16-year timeline of news stories that are really excited about podcasts.
  20. media digest
    Bon Appétit’s New Editor-in-Chief Is Simon & Schuster’s Dawn DavisShe’s the magazine’s first Black editor-in-chief.
  21. obits
    Sumner Redstone, Billionaire Media Tycoon, Dead at 97His portfolio included Viacom and CBS.
  22. a long talk
    Lupe Fiasco vs. Everybody (Even Himself)The divisive rap great on making an EP based off a tweet, not allowing Joe Budden to clown him, Virgil Abloh, and why he basically invented Genius.
  23. #sayhername
    Oprah Honors Breonna Taylor on the Cover of O MagFor the first time ever, Oprah won’t be on the cover.
  24. media digest
    Everything to Know About the Media’s Reckoning With Abuse of PowerHearst Magazines president Troy Young has resigned after allegations of misogyny and uncomfortable sexual comments.
  25. resignations
    Hearst President Troy Young Has Resigned Following New York Times ReportThe report accused Young of engaging in creepy, lewd behavior and creating a toxic work environment.
  26. media
    Bari Weiss ‘Self-Expels’ From the New York TimesThe controversial writer and editor joined the newspaper in 2017.
  27. 2020 election
    Kanye West and the Media Are Once Again Playing a Dangerous GameThere needs to be a reckoning about the toxic relationship between Kanye West and the vox populi.
  28. bon voyage
    Bon Appétit Editor-in-Chief Resigns Over Brownface Photo, Criticism From Staff“It’s Alive” video editor Matt Hunziker has been suspended pending an investigation.
  29. media digest
    Former Employees at Complex Speak Out on Racism and SexismThey described a workplace rife with abuse.
  30. in development
    Gawker Might Get a Second (Third?) Life As an Apple TV+ ShowFormer staffers are reportedly developing a series based on the blog’s rise.
  31. encounter
    André Leon Talley Would Still Take Anna Wintour’s CallFrom his living room in White Plains, the fashion writer on his new memoir and old friends.
  32. media
    Chris Matthews Admits Workplace Behavior Was ‘Inappropriate’ “I didn’t argue about it. I didn’t deny it.”
  33. media
    Playboy Is Shutting Down the Print MagazineThey will be all-digital for the remainder of 2020.
  34. podcasts
    The Choice Is Doing What The Weekly Couldn’tThe New York Times podcast about its primary endorsement offers more insight than its TV equivalent.
  35. close reads
    The Weekly’s Endorsement Episode Was a FailureAnd not just because the Times endorsed two candidates.
  36. gawker
    Bustle Lays Off Gawker Staff, Cancels RelaunchIt’s unclear if or when the site will ever return.
  37. #metoo
    Scott Pelley on Why He Lost His Evening News Gig“I lost my job at the Evening News because I wouldn’t stop complaining to management about the hostile work environment.”
  38. summer of scam
    Tavi Gevinson Announces Rookie’s ClosingThe summer of scam makes an unlikely cameo.
  39. videology
    Eminem Is Haunted by the Media in His New ‘Fall’ Music VideoHe recreates a scene from “The Way I Am.”
  40. remembrances
    Tom Wolfe’s Path to ImmortalityNow Wolfe is dead and one wonders what color suit he’ll be buried in, because cremation wouldn’t do.
  41. last night on late night
    John Oliver Compares Sinclair News Anchors to Members of a ‘Brainwashed Cult’It’s the media version of Wild Wild Country.
  42. A Celebrity Profile That’s Only Descriptions of What They Were Wearing, If […] Grace Schoeppner looks as if she has just stepped out of a dictionary, the one she occupies as the definition of the word “chic.” Floating […]
  43. media
    Joe Hagan on His Controversial New Jann Wenner BiographyAuthor Joe Hagan discusses his new book about Rolling Stone founder Jann Wenner.
  44. Art of Fielding Plagiarism Accusations Have Been a Low-Level Menace for YearsCharles Green’s allegations have been disseminated to one outlet after another that knew better than to publish a damaging story with no actual proof.
  45. podcasts
    Can a Podcast Improve the Oral History?In Origins, James Andrew Miller puts a new spin on the oral history concept.
  46. media
    The Village Voice Is Ending Its Weekly Print EditionThe New York staple will continue to publish online.
  47. music
    Chance the Rapper Pressured MTV News to Remove a Critical Concert ReviewKings of Leon and other artists also apparently used leverage with MTV to alter coverage.
  48. media
    What Happens When Twee Bible The Believer Moves to Las VegasDave Eggers and Carrie Brownstein visit the literary magazine’s glitzy new home.
  49. oscars 2017
    The New York Times Airs Commercial During Oscars That Fires Back at Donald TrumpTrump responded by repeating his lie about the paper “failing.”
  50. media
    Why Was New York Times Theater Critic Charles Isherwood Fired?And what prompted the paper to go through his emails?
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