Michael Massing has published two excellent articles on digital journalism in the New York Review of Books. In Digital journalism: How good is it? he looks back at how the pioneering online outlets, the Huffington Post, the Drudge Report and others have disrupted the practice of selling news. In the second article Digital journalism: The next generation, he discusses the emergence of new players, such as BuzzFeed, The Intercept, and a number of special interest feeds. Both articles provide a very informed and critical discussion of the practice and impact of digital journalism. The articles center on US media economy and public debate. A similar article on the situation in Europe or the Arab world would be great.