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3 Mar 2017
10 min

The Globalist - ​Monocle Media Summit: 

Last night at the inaugural Monocle Media Summit we examined the future of print publishing. Here we join photographer Lynsey Addario and war correspondent Lyse Doucet as they discuss the power of on-the-ground reportage.

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2 Mar 2017
7 min

The Monocle Daily - How to fix online commenting: 

Norway’s public broadcaster wants readers to take a quiz on the contents of an online article before they can comment on it. Is this a brilliant or an unwise idea?

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31 Jan 2017
10 min

The Monocle Daily - ​The media’s ‘Weimar’ moment: 

Lee Siegel wrote an article, ‘The Media’s Weimar Moment’, last year. In it he wondered how the media might respond if Trump was elected – so what’s his verdict?

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11 Nov 2016
10 min

The Monocle Daily - New media, old porkies: 

Facebook’s CEO denies that the platform is to blame for spreading fake news. We ask if new media can overcome dishonesty.

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4 Mar 2017
49 min

The Stack - The Monocle Media Summit: 

Highlights from the inaugural Monocle Media Summit: we ask whether money is still made from print and assess Germany’s print prowess.

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22 Feb 2017
15 min

The Monocle Arts Review - TV: Ben Rylan : 

Reviews of ‘Supergirl’, Australian show ‘Please Like Me’ and ‘The Golden Girls’ (now that it’s streaming on Hulu).

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13 Feb 2017
27 min

Culture with Robert Bound - Why hasn’t the digital world killed the world of paper?: 

Once declared a thing of the past, why do we still love paper so much? We speak to the founder of a stationery shop, visit a paper mill and gallery in Singapore and examine the colour palette of an established papermaker.

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6 Feb 2017
29 min

Culture with Robert Bound - How does Netflix commission original content?: 

Robert Bound heads to Netflix HQ in LA to meet the people behind the behemoth of online streaming.

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25 Jan 2017
17 min

The Monocle Arts Review - TV: John Doyle: 

What will happen to TV in the age of Trump? Tom Edwards discusses with ‘Globe and Mail’ television critic John Doyle. Plus: we review two new Netflix series, ‘Riverdale’ and ‘Frontier’.

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11 Jan 2017
15 min

The Monocle Arts Review - TV: Alice Vincent: 

We look at what streaming services will be offering us in 2017. We also discuss the final season of ‘Girls’ and a new documentary about the late Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher called ‘Bright Lights’.

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19 Dec 2016
28 min

Culture with Robert Bound - What makes a good Christmas TV special?: 

Robert Bound is joined by Alice Vincent, arts and entertainment writer for 'The Telegraph', to discuss why nostalgia and cosiness get us all huddled around the television at Christmas.

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14 Dec 2016
16 min

The Monocle Arts Review - TV: John Doyle: 

We discuss the TV Golden Globes nominations, upcoming Fox drama ‘Star’ and Canadian series ‘Travelers’.

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7 Dec 2016
15 min

The Monocle Arts Review - TV: Alice Vincent: 

We discuss Hulu’s upcoming adaptation of ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ – can it be the hit that puts the streaming service on the map? Plus: we review Amazon Prime’s newsroom drama ‘Good Girls Revolt’ and one of the latest series to hit Netflix, detective caper ‘Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency’.

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23 Nov 2016
20 min

The Monocle Arts Review - TV: Italy: 

We dial up our Rome correspondent David Plaisant to find out what’s been catching his attention on Italian TV.

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9 Nov 2016
15 min

The Monocle Arts Review - TV: Alice Vincent: 

On this week’s television review we discuss how good Jude Law is as leader of the Catholic Church in new HBO drama ‘The Young Pope’. We also take a look at what is apparently the most expensive TV show ever made – Netflix’s ‘The Crown’ – and get stuck into the latest nature extravaganza by David Attenborough, ‘Planet Earth II’.

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