The New Yorker’s Andrew Marantz in Conversation
When it comes to parsing the rapidly changing online media landscape, readers look to Andrew Marantz. The New Yorker writer has explored the topic from a variety of angles, investigating social media trolls on college campuses, interrogating the delicate negotiations between free speech and contemporary online life, and profiling Natalie Wynn, the YouTube star who is taking on the alt-right. His first book, about the mainstreaming of fringe politics and social media, is due out this year.
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