👓 “I felt like it was a betrayal, and we had raised funds on false pretense”: The Correspondent’s first U.S. employee speaks out | Nieman Lab

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"They're really good at the PR thing, and it really feels like gaslighting. They were like, 'Well, we never promised a U.S. newsroom.' I was like: Wait, did I just imagine all this?"

I remember seeing Jay Rosen’s initial posts and thinking it was an interesting concept. I loved his first podcast interview, but thought it seemed suspicious when no further episodes were done or released, so that by the time the crowd fund came around, my gut said to wait and see what happened. 

👓 The Correspondent apologizes as Nate Silver, David Simon, and Baratunde Thurston speak out | Nieman Lab

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"We screwed up," The Correspondent said in a tweeted statement.

Suspicious that their statement wasn’t actually signed by anyone…

👓 Yep. The Correspondent screwed up in its communications with members. Here’s how. | PressThink

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A decision not to have its headquarters in New York or the US, and to base the English-language site in Amsterdam, has drawn criticism from supporters.

A half mea-culpa of sorts for some poor marketing and crowdfunding.

🎧 Pull Up A Chair #1 – Jay Rosen & David Fahrenthold | The Correspondent

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David Fahrenthold of the Washington Post won a Pulitzer for his Trump coverage, but he couldn’t have done it without help from his readers. In the first episode of our new podcast, Pull up a Chair, David talks with NYU’s Jay Rosen about the power of putting readers at the heart of journalism.



An awesome little start of a podcast. I’d definitely come back to this.