Also in this week’s roundup: Video news startup The News Movement acquires The Recount.
Also in this week’s media news recap: media companies set content deals with Twitter, TikTok to share algorithm details.
Also in this week’s media news roundup, the BBC discusses plans to move to online-only and the WSJ joins TikTok.
Between pop culture news and breaking world news, 2022 provided a lot for social media users to talk about.
These TikTok creators share their powerful stories to help boost disability awareness among their audiences.
Also in this week’s media news roundup, Financial Times and Google expand partnership.
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.
Also in this week’s roundup of media news, Columbia University named the winners of its 2022 Alfred I. duPont Awards.
Media Insider: UK Outlets Fight to Evacuate Afghan Journalists, The Post Expands TikTok Team, Ebony Returns
Catch up on the week’s big media news, including Nexstar’s acquisition of The Hill, more Gannett staffers unionizing, and more.
Media Insider: Univision Acquires Televisa Media Assets, Reuters Names Editor-in-Chief, NYT Tech Workers Form Union
This week’s recap of big media news headlines also includes a look at the L.A. Times’ new podcast and a new public health series from TikTok and NowThis.
Media Insider: Oracle Wins TikTok Bid, BBC Cuts Radio Reporters, Facebook Invests in Newsroom Diversity
It’s time for the weekly media news recap. Among the week’s big stories, ViacomCBS offloads CNET and NYT partners with Facebook on an augmented reality project.