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Though journalists are beginning to acknowledge the industry’s ingrained elitism, journalists and organizations still have a tendency to inadvertently reveal how out of touch they can be with Middle America. Vox’s Matthew Yglesias earned Twitter’s wrath recently with a tone-deaf tweet asking if “rural broadband”
A rising trend amongst media outlets is creating niche online verticals, where content is more tailored and advertisers have more of an opportunity.
As Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee continues to undergo his confirmation hearings with Congress, Senate Democrats are debating whether or not they should filibuster Neil Gorsuch’s appointment to the Supreme Court. Democrats and liberal commentators are clearly divided on the political implications and consequences of