Also in the media news recap, Paper Magazine is back and NPR’s CEO announces his retirement.
Also in this week’s media news roundup: Axel Springer says journalists could be replaced by AI.
Catch up on the week’s media news, including Chris Wallace’s new Sunday show for CNN and a new EIC at Eater.
The Financial Times is nearing 1M digital subscribers. Read more in the weekly media news roundup.
ICYMI. BuzzFeed’s editor in chief is leaving for The New York Times and Warren Buffet is exiting the newspaper business.
Media Insider: Gannett/GateHouse Merge, Fact-Checkers Lose More Digital Tools, Entercom Invests in Podcasts
In addition to the Gannett/GateHouse merger news, this week saw layoffs at NPR and an investment from the Knight Foundation in newsroom diversity.
Media Insider: TV News Viewing Soars, Journalism’s Gender Gap Persists, Vice Media to Launch in Middle East
Welcome to Media Insider, PR Newswire’s round-up of media stories from the week. MEDIAPOST | WAYNE FRIEDMAN TV News Viewing Soars, Cable Rises TV news viewing is on a high, despite the vast availability of...
Media Insider: Facebook Spotlights Local News, 4 Steps to Collaborating with Ethic Media, and Are Student Journalists Vulnerable Under Trump?
Welcome to Media Insider, PR Newswire’s round up of media stories from the week. FACEBOOK MEDIA | JOSH MABRY Spotlight on Local News: February 6, 2017 Facebook has a local news series that highlights interesting...