Also in this week’s media news roundup: The Supreme Court heard arguments in pivotal First Amendment cases.
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Media Insider: New York Times Plans AI Ad Tool, Local News Initiative Expands, BuzzFeed Sells Complex
Also in this week’s media news roundup: An ad tech company makes the case for directing ad dollars to reliable news sources.
Also in this week’s media recap: Sports Illustrated draws interest from two bidders and The Eugene Weekly resumes printing.
Also in this week’s media news roundup: The Los Angeles Times executive editor steps down.
We’re taking a deeper dive into some of the year’s biggest media trends that shaped how the industry did business in 2023.
Also in this week’s media news roundup: Pew Research Center releases its latest Newspapers Fact Sheet.
Also in this week’s media news roundup: A new Hearst policy restricts political speech on employees’ social media accounts.
Also in this week’s media news roundup: The deal to buy Forbes is extended and outlets get a win in the Google antitrust case.
In the latest media news recap, news execs head to Capitol Hill to lobby Congress on AI protections.
In this week’s big media news, CNN preps for its new CEO and journalist unions focus on AI.
Also in this week’s media news roundup: X reportedly delays links to certain sites, CNN shakes up its programming.
Catch up on the week’s big media news, including Puck’s latest funding and ESPN’s jump into sports betting.
While AI can be an effective tool to help with certain journalistic tasks, its potential harms to the industry should not be overlooked.
Also in this week’s media news roundup: A new survey finds half of newsrooms are already “actively working” with generative AI.
Media professionals can adopt these AI tools in their day-to-day as they begin to navigate the developing tech and how it will impact the industry.
In the weekly media news recap, Scripps commits to boosting and improving its local news coverage.
Cision surveyed more than 3,000 journalists to determine how they feel about the future of the industry – and what they believe it will take to be successful.
Also in the latest media news recap, Dow Jones and Columbia Journalism School launch a financial journalism training program for HBCUs.
Among the week’s media news not related to Twitter, the U.S. designated WSJ reporter Evan Gershkovich “wrongfully detained” by Russia.
Also this week in major media news, tensions grow between management and the union at the New York Times.