We’re recapping some of the week’s big media headlines, including the launch of a new Pan-European newsroom.
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Welcome to Media Insider, PR Newswire’s roundup of media news stories from the week.
Media Insider: ViacomCBS To Sell CBS Studio, Vox Acquires Criminal Productions, Daily Mail Editor Ousted
Catch up on week’s media news, including American journalist Danny Fenster’s return to the U.S. after being jailed for months in Myanmar.
Media Insider: Twitter Blue Launches in U.S., Wirecutter Writers Plan Strike, Interest in Sports News Grows
Also in this week’s media news roundup: A new Illinois law requires media literacy classes for high schoolers.
Media Insider: Facebook Removes Facial Recognition, Byron Allen Eyes Tegna Deal, LA Times Created Digital Día de Muertos
Catch up on week’s media news, including the DOJ’s lawsuit to block Penguin Random House from acquiring Simon & Schuster.
Media Insider: New Media Group Tackles Disinformation, Media Companies Stage a Comeback, Apple News Expands Local Coverage
ICYMI. 5 top media stories you need on your radar this week.
Catch up on media news from the week, including Gannett securing $516M in refinancing and personnel news from the Washington Post and Hearst.
Media Insider: NYT Tests Audio App, Facebook Launches Audio Hub, New Network to Help Media Cover the Climate Crisis
ICYMI. 5 top media news stories you need on your radar this week, including The Atlantic’s drive to hire newsletter writers.
Catch up on the week’s big media news, including the far-reaching impact of Facebook’s network outage, HuffPost’s Danielle Belton’s view on being newsroom therapist, and more.
Media Insider: NewsGuild Files Charges Against Gannett, Guardian Launches Magazine, CherryRoad Buys 20 Papers
Here’s the weekly media news recap, including a new pipeline program for student journalists at The New York Times.
Media Insider: The Post Launches Ad-Buying Market, Fortune Elects Top Editor, NewsGuild Investigates Gannett
Catch up on the week’s big media news, including a new ad-buying marketplace from The Post, local broadcast groups test streaming, and more.
Media Insider: Bill Gates Backs Cipher, Mike Pence Launches Podcast, Marie Claire Ends Print Edition
ICYMI: Here are a few of the week’s major media industry headlines, including the sale of TMZ to Fox. Read on for the full recap.
Media Insider: Microsoft Debuts Tailored News Feed, Twitter Launches Communities, Gannett Offers Digital Sports Experience
Catch up on the week’s big media news, including a personalized news service from Microsoft, a new daily news briefing from WaPo, and more.
Media Insider: Newspaper Circulation Drops 20%, AP Names Executive Editor, Wirecutter Gets a Paywall
Here are several big media news headlines from the week, including the end of SPAC talks for Vice and a football game controversy for ESPN.
Media Insider: UK Outlets Fight to Evacuate Afghan Journalists, The Post Expands TikTok Team, Ebony Returns
Catch up on the week’s big media news, including Nexstar’s acquisition of The Hill, more Gannett staffers unionizing, and more.
Media Insider: Outlets Ask for Help Evacuating Afghan Colleagues, Axel Springer Eyes Politico, Facebook Reports Most-Viewed Content
ICYMI: Here are a few of the major media news headlines from the week. The recap includes a new European streaming service from Comcast and ViacomCBS.
Media Insider: NBCU To Offer Hispanic Streaming, Google Adds Privacy Features For Teens, Chicago Tribune Names Top Editor
ICYMI: Here are a few of the major media news headlines from the week you might have missed. Catch up as you head into the weekend.
Media Insider: Twitter Partners With AP/Reuters, WaPo Targets Younger Readers, Newspapers Fight Postal Increase
ICYMI. Here are 5 media news stories you need on your radar this week, including the new president and CEO of the Associated Press.
Media Insider: NBC News Adds 200+ Jobs, Gawker Relaunches, NBA Developing Podcasts With iHeart Media
It’s time for the weekly recap of major media news headlines. Among them, The Washington Post will require all employees to be vaccinated.
ICYMI: Seventeen news outlets are working together to cover spyware on a mass scale. Read more in the weekly media news recap.
Here’s our weekly recap of media news headlines you might have missed. The roundup also includes a look at the “wave” of union drives among journalists.