As Burning Man grows, it attracts more attention from the world's media. Many journalists attend the event and turn their experiences into news articles.

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Black Rock Beacon
The last daily newspaper in BRC, privately funded since 2005.
Electra FM 89.9
Theme camp and radio station offering music, news, commentary and public service announcements. Includes profiles of the DJs, on-air schedule and photo gallery.
Pigdog Journal - Burning Man Nonsense
An index of articles by Pigdog writers and others.
Piss Clear
Archives from 1995 to 2003 of this alternative to the official Burning Man newspaper.
French Quarter an Oasis for Entrepreneurs
Collaboration of theme camps creating "immersive experiences centered around eating, drinking and living well". (August 27, 2014)
Burning Man Isn't What You Think, and Never Has Been (Mashable)
Chris Taylor is a regular attendee and responds to the cliched reports claiming to describe Burning Man. (August 22, 2014)
The Truth About Burning Man (Huffington Post)
Jay Michaelson (September 09, 2009)
Burning Man Gets an API (O'Reilly)
Brady Forrest asks if it will be the same with SMS, Foursquare, and an iPhone app. (August 25, 2009)
Snatching Rights On the Playa (EFF)
Corynne McSherry (August 12, 2009)
At The Helm of Burning Man (Wall Street Journal)
Profile of Larry Harvey and the founding of Burning Man. (March 26, 2009)
Burning Man Evolves (SFGate)
Presents some of the highlights during this annual weeklong desert art festival. (August 31, 2008)
Burning Man Puts Other Festivals in the Shade (Guardian)
Piers Moore Ede tells us its far more than just a naked camping fest. (August 20, 2008)
The Man Goes to Burning Man (Portfolio)
Wall Street types are joining the biggest little counterculture festival. (August 27, 2007)
Burning Man Grows Up (Business 2.0)
Larry and Marian describe the market value of the burner community. (July 01, 2007)
Talent Hunting in the Counterculture (Business 2.0)
If you want to see Larry Page or Sergey Brin this week, you have to go to Burning Man. (August 31, 2006)
Wooden Memorial Planned for Slain
Kery Murakami follows a memorial to six people shot to death at a rave. (July 18, 2006)
Flash: A Burning Man Legend (SFGate)
Meredith May interviews a BRC icon. (September 01, 2005)
Burner Survival (SFGate)
After 11 trips to Burning Man, sculptor, sailor and voodoo priest Pepe Ozan knows a thing or two about survival. (August 21, 2005)
Jonesin' for Johns (Salon)
M.P. Dunleavey interviews the man responsible for the porta-potties. (September 08, 2000)
Time for an Orgy? (Salon)
Jeff Stark blesses Burning Man. (September 06, 2000)
Greenspan Goes to Burning Man? (Salon)
Katharine Mieszkowski talks about market data brought to the playa by the Stock Market Puppets. (July 17, 2000)
The Burning Man
Worthy News presents an article by Thomas Horn, a Christian who believes Burning Man participants are on a quest for Hell. (February 03, 2000)
Burning Man Grows Up (Reason)
Brian Doherty asks if the nation's premier underground event survive its success. (February 01, 2000)
Flaming Man (Salon)
Queer erotics has its place in the sun at Burning Man's utopia. How fitting that the sun got too hot. (September 16, 1999)
Millennial Brigadoon (Salon)
Michelle Goldberg declares BRC a republic of drugs, nudity and spectacle. (September 08, 1999)
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