Today we celebrate‘s fourth birthday. (I thought I’d point that out just in case you missed the exploding fireworks on the front page.) I remember when I first went about trying to explain to people what we were going to be — nonprofit, online only — and people kind of just looked at me weird.

Now, people still look at me weird from time to time, but not when I’m explaining to them what we’re doing. I had the opportunity to talk about what we’re doing this morning on the NPR show “On Point.” The program, which also featured NYU professor Jay Rosen and NPR media reporter David Folkenflik, focused on the future of news.

Click here to give it a listen. (It will take a second to load. I come on at about 35 minutes, 45 seconds.)

I was also on television Friday with our news partner NBC 7/39 to talk about the threat L.A. poses in the Chargers stadium talks and the team’s three-month exit window in its contract. Here’s the clip:


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