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Participated in its founding Nathan Grayson, Jetta Jackson, Riley McLeodAnd Luke Plunkett, After the disaster It will be a website focusing on video games and internet culture. Unlike most companies you already love, the media company behind it will be worker-owned and funded through subscriptions rather than the rapidly evaporating digital ad revenue. Highlight reel Constructor Chris person He will also be a featured contributor, alongside developer Alex Jaffe and a group of other freelancers.
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After the disaster It is a continuation of the irreverent and cruel journalism pioneered in my city. The site will focus on breaking news, incisive criticism and analysis, and thought-provoking editorials about the latest in life online. At a turbulent time for workers of all stripes, After the disaster He will also report on labor issues in the video game, streaming, tabletop gaming and journalism industries – issues that affected the co-founders themselves.
Subscriptions will run at $7 per month or $70 per year for access to all articles and additional podcast episodes. $10 per month ($100 per year) unlocks the hold and gives you keys After the disaster Community discord server. It’s a similar business model to the one you use dissident, 404 midiaAnd Hell Gateall the great websites you may have recently decided were worth paying for.
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