With everything going on, here are 5 top media stories you may have missed this week.
Coronavirus dominated the news cycle this week. Here are some of the top media industry stories from Bloomberg, Reuters, CNBC, and more.
In this week’s media news round-up, WSJ launches a new vertical and investigative journalism in South Florida gets a boost.
Lawmakers are proposing changes to California’s new law impacting freelancers. Read more in our weekly media news recap.
ICYMI. BuzzFeed’s editor in chief is leaving for The New York Times and Warren Buffet is exiting the newspaper business.
ICYMI. The Atlantic is launching a Fiction section and The Guardian’s Cities section is closing. Read more in the weekly round-up.
It’s difficult to keep up with the news during the holidays. Here are 5 media stories you may have missed this week.
In this week’s media industry news, Facebook, Reuters, and Arizona officials look to tackle disinformation and manipulated media.
Lots of big news to recap this week. Here are 5 top media stories you need to know about.
ICYMI. 5 top media stories you need to know about this week.
ICYMI. 5 top media stories you need on your radar this week, including turmoil at Deadspin, union plans at NBC News, and more.
ICYMI. 5 top media stories you need on your radar this week, including headlines from TechCrunch, The Guardian, and The Daily Beast.
ICYMI. 5 top media stories you need on your radar this week from The Wall Street Journal, Digiday, and more.
The Guardian’s YouTube channel and NYT’s “The Daily” podcast have hit major milestones. Keep reading for the week’s top media stories.
Five top media stories from the week, including a live video experiment from Reddit and a new look at the state of music journalism.
In addition to the Gannett/GateHouse merger news, this week saw layoffs at NPR and an investment from the Knight Foundation in newsroom diversity.