Also in the media news recap, Paper Magazine is back and NPR’s CEO announces his retirement.
Also in this week’s media news roundup: Senate bill seeks to break up big tech’s ad business and publishers report higher than expected Q1 revenue.
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: 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.
Media Insider: Facebook Removes Facial Recognition, Byron Allen Eyes Tegna Deal, LA Times Created Digital Día de Muertos
Catch up on week’s media news, including the DOJ’s lawsuit to block Penguin Random House from acquiring Simon & Schuster.
Media Insider: Instagram Tests Revenue Sharing, Media Staffers Return to Offices, BuzzFeed to Go Public
ICYMI. Here are 5 top media news stories you may have missed over the last week. Catch up before the long weekend.
Media Insider: Tribune Prevents Takeover, Hearst Staffers Form Union, Former Deadspin Staff Launch Defector Media
ICYMI. Here’s PR Newswire’s recap of big media stories from the week.
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: Internet Media Employment Triples, USA Today Launches Bilingual Series, The Sun Launches U.S. Site
5 top media stories you may have missed this week, including Michelle Obama’s debut on IGTV and union news at Sports Illustrated.
It’s difficult to keep up with the news during the holidays. Here are 5 media stories you may have missed this week.
Media Insider: Gannett Merger Final, Politico Owner Launches Tech Site, Reuters Builds Video Marketplace
The Gannett-GateHouse merger was finalized and Bustle saw more layoffs. These stories and more in our weekly media news recap.
Media Insider: NYT Ad Revenues Drop, Forrester Shares 2020 Media Predictions, Salt Lake Tribune Becomes a Nonprofit
A weekly recap of major media news, including headlines from Variety, the Wall Street Journal, and Forbes.
Media Insider: Deadspin Staffers Quit, Twitter Bans Political Ads, National Geographic Celebrates Women
ICYMI. 5 top media stories you need on your radar this week, including turmoil at Deadspin, union plans at NBC News, and more.
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: Washington Post Takes on Big Tech, Covering Climate Now Commands Attention, The Daily Hits 1 Billion Downloads
The Guardian’s YouTube channel and NYT’s “The Daily” podcast have hit major milestones. Keep reading for the week’s top media stories.
Media Insider: CBS and Viacom to Merge, GateHouse Makes Newsroom Cuts, The Spectator Launches U.S. Print Version
ICYMI. 5 top media stories you need on your radar this week, including the long-awaited announcement of a CBS/Viacom merger.
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: Talks of a Gannett/GateHouse Merger, BuzzFeed Recognizes Employee Union, NYT Obits Get More Diverse
ICYMI. 5 top media stories you need on your radar this week, including news on publishing mergers, unions, and diversity initiatives.
Media Insider: Industry Sees Worst Job Losses Since 2009, Times-Picayune Absorbed by The Advocate, DMA United Launches Mandela Media
ICYMI. 5 top media stories you need on your radar this week, including stories from Bloomberg and Poynter.