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Media Insider: Twitter Blue Launches in U.S., Wirecutter Writers Plan Strike, Interest in Sports News Grows
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Media Insider: NYT Tests Audio App, Facebook Launches Audio Hub, New Network to Help Media Cover the Climate Crisis
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Media Insider: CNN Franchises Newsletter, Japanese Outlets Oppose Tokyo Olympics, REI Creates Inclusive Content
Also in this week’s roundup of media news, the fallout has already begun at Tribune Publishing after its purchase by Alden Global Capital.
Media Insider: Forbes Launches Newsletter Platform, NBCUniversal to Shutter Sports Network, Facebook News Launches in UK
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Media Insider: Politico Reporters Start Standalone Newsletter, Facebook News Tab to Launch in UK, NYT Raises $4M for Headway Project
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Media Insider: CBS and Viacom to Merge, GateHouse Makes Newsroom Cuts, The Spectator Launches U.S. Print Version
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Media Insider: Quibi and NBC News Make a Content Deal, NowThis Launches Daily Newsletter, The Dodo Launches Kids Vertical
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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...
Media Insider: White House To Allow Skype Seats, Snapchat Preemptively Restricts Fake News, Six Journalists Arrested at Inauguration Unrest
Welcome to Media Insider, PR Newswire’s round up of media stories from the week. MEDIAITE | LINDSEY ELLEFSON Spicer Says Trump Admin Is Creating ‘Skype Seats’ Program To Allow Journos Outside DC More Access A...