I am on the editorial team, which is separate. Our coverage is completely editorially independent. Sometimes the survey results can lead to interesting story ideas. But that’s our business model — and that has allowed us to start the international news team at a moment when a lot of other online publications are having to really cut back international coverage. So, it’s a pretty exciting time to be doing this. I feel like, in some ways, some of the other publications’ losses have become our gains, because what we’ve found is there are a lot of really talented foreign correspondents out there looking for work.
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