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.
Media Insider: Newspaper Circulation Drops 20%, AP Names Executive Editor, Wirecutter Gets a Paywall
Here are several big media news headlines from the week, including the end of SPAC talks for Vice and a football game controversy for ESPN.
Media Insider: NBCU To Offer Hispanic Streaming, Google Adds Privacy Features For Teens, Chicago Tribune Names Top Editor
ICYMI: Here are a few of the major media news headlines from the week you might have missed. Catch up as you head into the weekend.
Media Insider: Twitter Partners With AP/Reuters, WaPo Targets Younger Readers, Newspapers Fight Postal Increase
ICYMI. Here are 5 media news stories you need on your radar this week, including the new president and CEO of the Associated Press.
ICYMI. 5 top media news stories you need on your radar this week. This week includes headlines from TechCrunch, Axios, and more.
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.
Media Insider: Acquisition News from iHeartMedia and Tribune Publishing; Google to Pay News Corp for Content
Also in our round-up of media stories from the week: BBC World News has been banned from airing in China. Read on for the full recap.
Media Insider: Mark Cuban to Launch Podcast App, Three Gannett Newspapers Unionize, NY Times Invests in Digital Games
ICYMI. We’re recapping big media headlines from the week, including a resurgence of live blogging and updates on Australia’s media bill.
Media Insider: Spotify Hits 345M Monthly Users, Hearst Releases D&I Report, NPR Launches Investigative Unit
Also in this week’s recap, Insider Inc. is dropping “Business” from the Business Insider name. Read on for more media and journalism news.
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.
Catch up on media news from the week, including a new product recommendation hub from theSkimm.