On this week’s episode, I’m joined by CJR Senior Editor Christie Chisholm and Delacorte Fellow Meg Dalton to critique The Washington Post‘s new product targeting Millennial women, The Lily. We debate the elements of a good “women’s publication.” Then, I chat with CJR correspondent Trudy Lieberman about media coverage of the secretive Republican push to overhaul the US healthcare system. Can national media keep up with legislation that will have widely divergent impacts across state lines?
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- “Verticals like The Lily aim to bolster women’s voices in media. But are they going about it the wrong way?” by Daniel Funke, Poynter
- “Do we need women’s news?” by Clio Chang, The New Republic
- “Health care journalists need to cover the AHCA from the ground up,” by Trudy Lieberman, CJR
- “How conservative spin cut up the CBO health bill analysis,” by Trudy Lieberman, CJR
David Uberti is a writer in New York. He was previously a media reporter for Gizmodo Media Group and a staff writer for CJR. Follow him on Twitter @DavidUberti.