Media Insider: The Fight for Net Neutrality, News Outlets Seek Bargaining Rights With Digital Platforms, Amazon Emerges as Friend to Publishers

Welcome to Media Insider, PR Newswire’s round-up of media stories from the week. WIRED | ELIZABETH STINSON How the internet showed up for net neutrality More than 100,000 websites, organizations and individual internet users participated in a Day of Action in support of net neutrality, reports Wired. Reddit is listed as one of the most outspoken…

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Media Insider: How Top Women’s Magazines Are Doing Online, Google’s GIF Maker, and Satire in the Age of Trump

Welcome to Media Insider, PR Newswire’s round-up of media stories from the week. WWD | KARA BLOOMGARDEN-SMOKE  Here’s how top women’s magazines are doing online With ad spend shifting from print to digital, executives from magazine publishers like Condé Nast and Hearst are staffing up web teams and putting more emphasis on online strategy. But, how is it…

Media Insider: Bezos Gifts $1 Million to Support Press Freedom, GOP Candidate ‘Body Slams’ Reporter, Quartz Launches Trump ‘Snooze’

Welcome to Media Insider, PR Newswire’s round-up of media stories from the week. ADWEEK | CORINNE GRINAPOL Jeff Bezos Gives $1 Million to Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press Jeff Bezos made a $1 million donation to the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press — the largest personal donation in its history. The funds…

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Are Your Messages Safe? The Basics of Encryption and How Your Favorite Apps Measure Up

Are your messages secure? With data breaches and other scams on the rise, you’ve probably asked yourself this question — whether you’re protecting sensitive information from a confidential source, or just keeping a close eye on your personal account. Earlier this month, journalists swapped warnings about a particularly sneaky Google Doc invite that scammed even the savviest users. More recently,…

Covering immigration news in the Trump Era

Covering immigration can be challenging. Here’s how to do it well in the Trump era.

Spanish-language media has always covered immigration well. But when you add to the conversation a wall, travel ban, and sanctuary cities, the subject of immigration gets pushed to the top of the news cycle. For journalists working with Spanish-language media, covering immigration can present challenges. They must strike a balance between reporting recent developments and…