New Media

The Michigan Daily Arts is proud to announce our brand new podcast, “Paul McCartney is Dead.” Join former Music Editor Mimi Zak, Senior Arts Editor Jacob Rich and Co-Managing Arts Editor Kathleen Davis as they discuss pop culture news and the arts week by week.

The murdered innocents in Kenya, Baghdad and Beirut have just as much of a human right as any of the murdered innocents in Paris.

Less chaotic than the fan-crazed Playlist Live, less uptight than the business venture VidCon has become, the humble Canadian Buffer Fest emphasizes not the lucrative business behind YouTube – but the structured, scripted, high-quality content emerging on the platform.