Wednesday, May 6, 2020 | Virtual Event

Journalism in the Time of COVID-19

The Atlantic has been challenging assumptions and pursuing truth since 1857.

Now we are covering the two biggest stories of our age: The global pandemic, and the Trump presidency, and the spread of illiberalism across the planet.

We have been making our most vital coronavirus coverage available without a subscription. The response to this journalism has been dramatic: We’re reaching historic levels of readership and receiving global praise for our work; The New York Times last week called The Atlantic “red-hot.”

As Americans search for reliable sources of news and analysis during this crisis, how is The Atlantic staying indispensable?

In an event hosted with Sixth & I, The Atlantic’s editor in chief Jeffrey Goldberg talked with Rabbi Shira Stutman about what it takes to operate a virtual newsroom in this moment.

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