Also in this week’s media news roundup: The deal to buy Forbes is extended and outlets get a win in the Google antitrust case.
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Media Insider: 24 Journalists Killed in Gaza, 41 States Sue Meta, Lawmakers Introduce Bill to Fund Local News
Also in this week’s media news roundup: A Gallup report finds Americans are following the news less closely.
Also in this week’s media recap, Google presents a new framework for protecting children and teens online.
Also in the media news recap, former Vice journalists start their own outlet and another top editor exits G/O Media.
Also in the week’s recap of media news, President Biden pledges to defend press freedom and secure journalists’ release.
As we prepare to recognize World Press Freedom Day (May 3), we are recognizing a few press freedom blogs to keep you informed.
Also in this week’s media news recap: NewsNation’s plans an expansion and another outlet pauses Twitter activity due to “government-funded” label.
Also in this week’s media news roundup, the BBC discusses plans to move to online-only and the WSJ joins TikTok.
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 the media news recap, Vice looks for a buyer and NBC News identifies articles with plagiarism.
To mark World Press Freedom Day, we’re highlighting recent stories from the U.S. and around the world that you might have missed.
Media Insider: ViacomCBS To Sell CBS Studio, Vox Acquires Criminal Productions, Daily Mail Editor Ousted
Catch up on week’s media news, including American journalist Danny Fenster’s return to the U.S. after being jailed for months in Myanmar.
ICYMI: Seventeen news outlets are working together to cover spyware on a mass scale. Read more in the weekly media news recap.
We’re highlighting recent press freedom stories and ideas for supporting journalists on World Press Freedom Day (and beyond).
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.
World Press Freedom Day is May 3 and like nearly everything else, press freedom around the world is being impacted by COVID-19.
While the media landscape is complex, the right to a free press should be simple. Keep up with World Press Freedom Day 2019 events.
Media Insider: WaPo Announces Press Freedom Partnership, Tampa Bay Times Reduces Staff, Meredith Restructures Ad-Selling Practices
ICYMI: Report for America addresses news deserts in California, and more in the media news recap.
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Media Insider: Bezos Gifts $1 Million to Support Press Freedom, GOP Candidate ‘Body Slams’ Reporter, Quartz Launches Trump ‘Snooze’
Welcome to Media Insider, PR Newswire’s round-up of media stories from the week. ADWEEK | CORINNE GRINAPOL Jeff Bezos Gives $1 Million to Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press Jeff Bezos made a $1...