The Washington Post and Newsy are teaming up for election coverage. Read this and more in the weekly media news recap.
Media Insider: Outside Media Cuts Three Magazines, Fox to Expand to Lifestyle Coverage, Jen Psaki Joins MSNBC
In this week’s media news: Outside cuts three magazines, Twitter rebrands its media website and more.
In this week’s media news recap: The FCC adopts new rules requiring broadcasters to identify foreign-government material.
Also in this week’s roundup of media news, Columbia University named the winners of its 2022 Alfred I. duPont Awards.
Also in this week’s media news recap: The board approves WBEZ’s acquisition of the Chicago Sun-Times.
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: 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: 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.
ICYMI: Seventeen news outlets are working together to cover spyware on a mass scale. Read more in the weekly media news recap.
Media Insider: MSNBC Staffers Form Union, Drew Barrymore Launches Magazine, Univision To Add Streaming
Here are a few top media news headlines from the week. Stories include a new podcast network, voluntary buyouts at the Chicago Tribune, and more.
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: Wyndham Destinations Buys Travel + Leisure, NY Post Elects EIC, Digital Media Declined COVID-19 Relief
In our first media news recap of 2021, Politico veterans launch news outlet Punchbowl, The New York Post gets a new top editor, and more.
Media Insider: Outlets Expand Gaming Coverage, New Yorker Festival Goes Virtual, The Atlantic Gains 20,000 Subscribers in a Week
ICYMI: ViacomCBS and iHeartMedia are partnering on new podcasts. Read about this and other top media stories from the week in the Friday roundup.
It’s Friday and that means it’s time for the weekly recap of news from the media industry. This week saw big headlines in social media, podcasting, and more.
Media Insider: Tribune Prevents Takeover, Hearst Staffers Form Union, Former Deadspin Staff Launch Defector Media
ICYMI. Here’s PR Newswire’s recap of big media stories from the week.
Media Insider: Tech Giants Bet Big on Podcasts, ACLU Files Suit Over ‘Fake News’ Laws, Editors Piece Together Fall Magazines
Here’s a recap of some of the top media industry headlines from the week.
Did you keep up with the latest news in the media industry this week? Here are a few of the top stories we think you need to see.
Media Insider: Wired Staffers Form Union, BDG Launches Nylon Digital, Tech Giants Mandated to Share Revenue
ICYMI. Bloomberg offers free subscriptions to college students. Read more in the weekly media news roundup.
Media Insider: Coronavirus Traffic Bump Stalls, L.A. Times Furloughs Staffers, Meredith Launches Two Magazines
ICYMI. Although the coronavirus continues to deeply impact the media industry, some publishers are pushing forward with new ventures.
Media Insider: iHeartMedia Initiates Layoffs, NBC Unveils Streaming Service, Economist Names President
ICYMI. The Atlantic is launching a Fiction section and The Guardian’s Cities section is closing. Read more in the weekly round-up.