Also in the media news roundup: Media companies block access to ChatGPT and NYT unions react to return-to-office policies.
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Also in the media news recap, former Vice journalists start their own outlet and another top editor exits G/O Media.
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.
Also in this week’s media news roundup: Signs of optimism in the bleak ad market.
Also among the week’s big media news, ESPN may be in talks with sports leagues about taking a stake in the network.
Also in this week’s media news roundup: CNN overtakes NYT as biggest news site in U.S., Patrick Soon-Shiong rumored to be selling LA Times.
Catch up on the week’s big media news, including newsroom unions’ work to renegotiate contracts to factor in AI.
Also in this week’s media news roundup: Talks of a Daily Beast sale end, BuzzFeed working with more external creators.
Also in this week’s media news roundup: Fortress Investment Group is set to acquire Vice Media, Reuters publishes Digital News Report for 2023.
Read this week’s media news recap, which also includes the exit of The Washington Post’s long-time publisher, Fred Ryan.
Also in this week’s media news roundup: A new survey finds half of newsrooms are already “actively working” with generative AI.
In the weekly media news recap, Scripps commits to boosting and improving its local news coverage.
Media Insider: Meta fined for transferring data, The Daily Wire heads to Twitter, WaPo creates AI teams
Also in this week’s media news roundup: The New York Times reaches tentative deal with union, Semafor raises $19 million.
Also in the latest media news recap, Dow Jones and Columbia Journalism School launch a financial journalism training program for HBCUs.
Media Insider: Tucker Carlson goes to Twitter, Vice Media nears bankruptcy deal, MTV News shuts down
Also in this week’s media news roundup: iHeartMedia launches a branded podcast studio and the crypto media firm Blockworks raises $12M.
Also in the week’s recap of media news, President Biden pledges to defend press freedom and secure journalists’ release.
Also in this week’s media roundup: Facebook and Twitter face new EU content rules, California Assembly approves JCPA bill.
Also in this week’s media news recap: NewsNation’s plans an expansion and another outlet pauses Twitter activity due to “government-funded” label.
Among the week’s media news not related to Twitter, the U.S. designated WSJ reporter Evan Gershkovich “wrongfully detained” by Russia.