Also in the latest media news recap, Dow Jones and Columbia Journalism School launch a financial journalism training program for HBCUs.
Also in the latest media news roundup: A look at Spotify’s faltering podcast investments and furloughs at Lee Enterprises.
Also in this week’s media news recap: Punchbowl adds text alerts and three Alabama newspapers cease their print versions.
Also in this week’s media news roundup, the BBC discusses plans to move to online-only and the WSJ joins TikTok.
A recap of the week’s major media news, including Gannett’s latest earnings and hopes for the future.
Media Insider: Semafor Launches, Ye to Acquire Parler, Murdoch Considers Recombining News Corp and Fox
In this week’s media news roundup: Data shows layoffs decreased at large newspapers and digital media outlets in 2021.
Catch up on this week’s media news, including CNN’s lineup leading up to the midterm elections.
Also in this week’s media news roundup, CNN announces plans for its morning show overhaul.
Media Insider: Gannett Announces Layoffs, Morning Brew Builds Creator Program, Google Wins Defamation Battle
ICYMI. 5 top media stories you need on your radar this week.
Also in this week’s media news, Allen Media Group is buying the Black News Channel. Read the full recap.
In other media news this week, print sales are down 12% among the largest newspapers in the U.S.
Media Insider: WSJ Launches Commerce Site, Journalists Report Passion for the Work Despite Challenges
Also in this week’s media news roundup, Joe Kahn takes the helm at The New York Times.
Also in the weekly media news recap, Vox union workers are ready to strike and Pew releases local newspaper industry analysis.
Read the week’s media news recap, which also includes several studies on the state of local news.
In this week’s media news recap: The FCC adopts new rules requiring broadcasters to identify foreign-government material.
Media Insider: Tegna Sells for $5.4B, Howard to Digitize Black Press Archive, Condé Nast Partners with TikTok
Also in the latest media news roundup, WSJ owners opt for a “flexible” plan for returning to the office.
In the weekly media news wrap-up, a new nonprofit outlet written by and for Black people opens a national hub.
Also in this week’s media news recap: The board approves WBEZ’s acquisition of the Chicago Sun-Times.
Also in the media news roundup: Lee continues fight to fend off a hostile takeover bid by Alden Global Capital.
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.