Also in the media news recap, Justin and Ben Smith announce the name for their new media startup.
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We’ve looked back through our weekly media news roundups and spotted several trends in the media industry in 2021.
Media Insider: Reuters Offers Vaccine Data, Spotify Acquires Live Audio App, Tribune Battle Heats Up
ICYMI: Here are 5 media news headlines from the week that you need to know about.
Also in the weekly media news recap, Congress introduced legislation to allow digital publishers to negotiate fees for content with big tech companies.
Media Insider: Oracle Wins TikTok Bid, BBC Cuts Radio Reporters, Facebook Invests in Newsroom Diversity
It’s time for the weekly media news recap. Among the week’s big stories, ViacomCBS offloads CNET and NYT partners with Facebook on an augmented reality project.
We’re recapping the week’s big media news, including the launch of Instagram Reels.
Media Insider: More Newsroom Layoffs Expected, NYT Buys Serial Productions, Twitter Confirms Subscription Test
Also among the week’s top media news, research shows that reporting on the pandemic is impacting journalists’ mental health.
ICYMI. We’re recapping the top media stories you may have missed this week.
Media Insider: Facebook Employees Walk Out, ACLU Files Suit Against MN Police, SC Journalists Return To The Office
There was a lot of news to keep track of this week. Here’s a recap of some of the top stories from the media industry.
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: News Outlets Sue Small Business Administration, Condé Nast Announces Layoffs, Plain Dealer Dissolves News Guild
ICYMI. 5 top media stories you need on your radar this week, including audio plans at Apple News+.
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.
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: 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: NBC Takes Hit After Olympics Postponement, Twitter Donates $1M To Journalism, BuzzFeed Cuts Employee Pay
With everything going on, here are 5 top media stories you may have missed this week.
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.
ICYMI. BuzzFeed’s editor in chief is leaving for The New York Times and Warren Buffet is exiting the newspaper business.
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.
Media Insider: Vox Media Cuts Freelancers, Facebook Funds Newsroom Education, Time Offers Membership
In this week’s media industry news, Facebook, Reuters, and Arizona officials look to tackle disinformation and manipulated media.