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October 23, 2019

Dropshipping journalism: no one who works at Newsweek can tell me why it still exists

Daniel Tovrov, Columbia Journalism Review

"'The owners see media as a profitable thing, but it’s profitable because they’ve found an exploitable workforce. There are so many young, earnest, hungry writers who will work for so little,' says Sydney Pereira, who covered climate change for Newsweek until March of last year. 'We’re digging the owners out of debt at the expense of our mental health.'"

Tovrov, D. (2019, October). Dropshipping journalism. Columbia Journalism Review, online.

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