There is no better person to start this journey than with journalist Nicholas Lemann, who has been observing the industry, also long-form journalism, for almost 50 years. Lemann started at the age of 17 in an alternative weekly in New Orleans, and since then he has been a staff writer for a number of magazines, including The New Yorker – since 1999. Lemann is also a former dean and current professor at Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.
In this episode, we are talk about the piece he wrote in February 2020 for the The New York Review titled: "Can Journalism Be Saved"
Agata Popeda is a Polish-American journalist. Interested in everything, with a particular weakness for literature and foreign relations.