In other media news this week, print sales are down 12% among the largest newspapers in the U.S.
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Welcome to Media Insider, PR Newswire’s roundup of media news stories from the week.
Also in this week’s top media news: Ankler Media raises a $1.5 million seed round.
Media Insider: WSJ Launches Commerce Site, Journalists Report Passion for the Work Despite Challenges
Also in this week’s media news roundup, Joe Kahn takes the helm at The New York Times.
Catch up on the week’s big media news headlines, including Vox’s new service journalism section.
Also in the weekly media news recap, Vox union workers are ready to strike and Pew releases local newspaper industry analysis.
Media Insider: Outside Media Cuts Three Magazines, Fox to Expand to Lifestyle Coverage, Jen Psaki Joins MSNBC
In this week’s media news: Outside cuts three magazines, Twitter rebrands its media website and more.
Catch up on the week’s media news, including Chris Wallace’s new Sunday show for CNN and a new EIC at Eater.
ICYMI: 5 media news stories you need on your radar this week, including CBS addressing staff’s low morale.
Also in the media news recap, Vice looks for a buyer and NBC News identifies articles with plagiarism.
Also in this week’s media news roundup: Fortune moves into wellness coverage.
Read the week’s media news recap, which also includes several studies on the state of local news.
Also in this week’s media news recap, newspaper and magazine trade associations agree to merge.
In other media news, BuzzFeed and ex-staffers are fighting over who should pay legal fees. Read more in the weekly recap.
ICYMI. The Daily Wire is planning a push into kids entertainment. Read more in the media news recap.
Also in the media news recap, Justin and Ben Smith announce the name for their new media startup.
In this week’s media news recap: The FCC adopts new rules requiring broadcasters to identify foreign-government material.
In this week’s media news recap, Twitter expands its fact check experiment to help battle misinformation on the platform.
In this week’s media news roundup, some 100 G/O Media journalists walked out after talks for a new contract broke down.
Media Insider: Tegna Sells for $5.4B, Howard to Digitize Black Press Archive, Condé Nast Partners with TikTok
Also in the latest media news roundup, WSJ owners opt for a “flexible” plan for returning to the office.
The Financial Times is nearing 1M digital subscribers. Read more in the weekly media news roundup.