[M1] The Moscow Times (primary English-language paper of the city) is no longer running print editions.
[M2] Appalachia is getting a lot of attention, but is having to work to find its own voice amidst the various voices being assigned to it.
[M3] Joseph Bottum takes a look at Milo’s new book.
[M4] Heather Bryant writes about the media’s blue collar problem. It makes a fair amount of sense that as media jobs become more competitive with fewer to go around, and our media and culture become more national and hierarchial, we can expect the participants to be more and more well-heeled.
[M5] “Why haven’t they condemned this!” Maybe it’s because they never heard about it.
[M7] When it comes to search engines and media outlets, it’s really not clear who should be paying whom.
[M8] For an industry that relies on communication, it’s really remarkable how tone-deaf some members of the media can be.
Daily Mail here attempting the "but he has a black friend!" excuse for a 400-year, quarter-globe spanning empire. Nothing if not ambitious. pic.twitter.com/MGkPbMBR1l
— Katie (@supermathskid) July 7, 2017