Merchants of truth : inside the news revolution / Jill Abramson. (Text)Call no.: PN4867 .A27 2020Publication: London : Vintage, 2020Description: 534 pISBN: 1784702617 (pbk.); 9781784702618 (pbk.)Subject(s): Press -- United States -- History -- 20th centuryPress -- United States -- History -- 21st centuryLOC classification: PN4867 | .A27 2020
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
BuzzFeed I -- Vice I -- New York times I -- Washington post I -- BuzzFeed II -- Vice II -- New York times II -- Washington post II -- Facebook -- BuzzFeed III -- Vice III -- New York times III -- Washington post III.
The definitive report on the disruption of the news media over the last decade. With the expert guidance of former Executive Editor of The New York Times Jill Abramson, we follow two legacy (the New York Times and the Washington Post) and two upstart (BuzzFeed and VICE) companies as they plow through a revolution in technology, economics, standards, commitment, and endurance that pits old vs. new media. Merchants of Truth is the groundbreaking and gripping story of the precarious state of the news business told by one of our most eminent journalists. Jill Abramson follows four companies: The New York Times, The Washington Post, BuzzFeed, and VICE Media over a decade of disruption and radical adjustment. The new digital reality nearly kills two venerable newspapers with an aging readership while creating two media behemoths with a ballooning and fickle audience of millennials. We get to know the defenders of the legacy presses as well as the outsized characters who are creating the new speed-driven media competitors. The players include Jeff Bezos and Marty Baron (the Washington Post), Arthur Sulzberger and Dean Baquet (the New York Times), Jonah Peretti (BuzzFeed), and Shane Smith (VICE) as well as their reporters and anxious readers. Merchants of Truth raises crucial questions that concern the well-being of our society. We are facing a crisis in trust that threatens the free press. Abramson's book points us to the future. -- Publisher description