ICYMI: 5 media news stories you need on your radar this week, including CBS addressing staff’s low morale.
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Read the week’s media news recap, which also includes several studies on the state of local news.
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: 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.
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: 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: 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.
Media Insider: Google Launches Tool for Freelancers, Twitter Debuts Subscription Service, Reuters Postpones Paywall
Also in this week’s media news roundup: Outside launches a new membership program and Facebook debuts Video Business Accelerator program.
Media Insider: 2021 World Press Freedom Index, Facebook Focuses on Audio, Insider Journalists Unionize
ICYMI. Here are 5 top media news stories you need on your radar this week, including the AP’s expansion of its local news experiment, StoryShare.
Media Insider: Vogue Prints Alternative Kamala Harris Cover, New Yorker Union Walks Out, Digital Media Turns to SPACs
We’re recapping five top media stories you need on your radar this week, including a new national news outlet to be based in Omaha.
Media Insider: Facebook Creating News Tool, Local News Outlets Boost Digital Subscriptions, Tiny News Collective Launches
ICYMI: Rolling Stone, Billboard and Vibe are merging business sides. Learn more in the weekly media news roundup.
Media Insider: FTC and 46 States Sue Facebook, MSNBC Elects New President, Report for America Opens 300 Jobs
Here’s a look at some of the big headlines in the media industry this week.
Media Insider: Business Insider to Buy Morning Brew, WaPo Launches Vote Tracking Tool, ProPublica Expands in the West
Catch up on the week’s big media industry headlines.
ICYMI. Here are a few of the big headlines in the media industry this week.
Media Insider: Axios Returns PPP Loan, Publishers Increase Facebook Ads, LMA Launches Chicago News Collaborative
Also in the week’s media news roundup: Curbed will merge into New York Mag.
5 top media stories you may have missed this week, including a look at how food publishers are giving back.
Media Insider: Facebook Pledges $100M to Help News Outlets, Lee Enterprises Announces Pay Cuts, McClatchy Reinstates Paywall
COVID-19 continues to impact publishers’ ad revenues, causing layoffs, furloughs, and pay cuts across the industry. It’s also impacting podcast listening.
Media Insider: Coronavirus News Consumption Surges, Facebook Launches Grant Program for Local Newsrooms, Plain Dealer Cuts Staff
This week’s media news wrap-up is all about COVID-19 and its impacts on paywalls, jobs, ad budgets, and acquisitions.