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Refinery29’s Jacqui Kavanagh on authenticity of experience

In this week’s episode of Media Voices, we speak to Refinery29’s Jacqui Kavanagh about the brand’s success in Europe since it launched in 2015, about what authenticity means to brands and audiences, and why experiential is a growth industry.

In the news round-up, the gang discuss the Guardian’s return to black, some unfortunate closures at news sites we’ve long admired, and whether Facebook’s plan to have The People judge the trustworthiness of news outlets is a good idea (no, but what’s the alternative?)

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End of Year Special 2017

Never say we at Media Voices don’t know how to treat you right – in this special end-of-year celebration, we hear from eight of our past guests about what they want (and don’t want) to see from the media in 2018.

In the feature-length news round-up Chris, Esther and Peter discuss the highlights and lowlights of 2017, and their own personal hopes and fears for next year.

Happy holidays!

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NYU’s Jay Rosen on the Membership Puzzle Project

This week, director of the Membership Puzzle Project Jay Rosen takes us through why membership could be the future of funding journalism, and what needs to be done to make it valuable to readers and publishers alike.

In the news round-up the team discusses Esquire’s controversy for controversy’s sake, how journalism can convince the public it’s relevant and useful, and ask what the future of Twitter might look like. Chris takes potshots at two beloved authors.

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