Also in this week’s media news roundup: CNN overtakes NYT as biggest news site in U.S., Patrick Soon-Shiong rumored to be selling LA Times.
Catch up on the week’s big media news, including newsroom unions’ work to renegotiate contracts to factor in AI.
Also in this week’s media news roundup: NPR cancels four podcasts and The Messenger acquires The Grid.
Also in the latest media news recap, WaPo launches its first in-house game, “On the Record.”
ICYMI. This week’s roundup of media news includes stories from Axios, NPR, Digiday, and more.
Media Insider: Sinclair Lays Off Hundreds, WaPo Names America Editor, Olympic Athletes Launch Media Company
Also in this week’s media news recap, Reporters Without Borders is requesting a formal investigation of the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Media Insider: FTC and 46 States Sue Facebook, MSNBC Elects New President, Report for America Opens 300 Jobs
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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: Bloomberg Launches Streaming Service, Quartz Sold to CEO and Staff, LA Times Settles Discrimination Case
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Media Insider: Sinclair Fined $48M By FCC, Facebook Introduces Oversight Board, Dow Jones Appoints CEO
ICYMI. Facebook announced the first 20 members of its Oversight Board and The Boston Globe is publishing a serialized novella. Read more in the weekly recap.
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Media Insider: Chicago Tribune Staffers Seek New Owners, Google to Phase out Third-Party Cookies, FCC Extends Cox Media Deadline
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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.
Media Insider: NYT Ad Revenues Drop, Forrester Shares 2020 Media Predictions, Salt Lake Tribune Becomes a Nonprofit
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Media Insider: News Outlets Among Most Polarizing Brands, Newseum Closes D.C. Doors, Apple News+ Launches in UK
ICYMI: Vice is in talks to acquire Refinery29. This and more in the weekly media news recap.
Media Insider: Twitter Adds WSJ Video Content, Vice Media in Talks to Buy Refinery29, Newsday Offers Voluntary Buyouts
ICYMI. 5 top media stories you need on your radar this week, including headlines from Bloomberg and the New York Post.
Media Insider: Al Jazeera is Launching a Business Site, Condé Nast Sells Brides to Dotdash, Reading Eagle Warns of Mass Layoffs
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Media Insider: Digital Ad Revenue Rapidly Grows, Cox Sells Majority Interest of TV Group, Hearst Buys Clevver
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