In this week’s media news recap: The FCC adopts new rules requiring broadcasters to identify foreign-government material.
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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.
Also in this week’s roundup of media news, Columbia University named the winners of its 2022 Alfred I. duPont Awards.
In the weekly media news wrap-up, a new nonprofit outlet written by and for Black people opens a national hub.
Also in this week’s media news, Amazon Music and Wondery acquire exclusive rights to the “My Favorite Murder” podcast.
Also in this week’s media news recap: The board approves WBEZ’s acquisition of the Chicago Sun-Times.
Catch up on week’s media news, including Condé Nast announcing the launch of Vogue Philippines.
Also in this week’s media news recap, NPR’s podcast push continues. Read on to catch up on the week’s headlines.
Catch up on week’s media news, including Chris Wallace leaving Fox News and Spotify launching podcast user ratings.
Also in the media news roundup: Lee continues fight to fend off a hostile takeover bid by Alden Global Capital.
We’re recapping some of the week’s big media headlines, including the launch of a new Pan-European newsroom.
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
Catch up on the week’s media news, including advertisers’ growing interest around climate and sustainability coverage.
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.