Vogue magazine

Media Insider: How Top Women’s Magazines Are Doing Online, Google’s GIF Maker, and Satire in the Age of Trump

Welcome to Media Insider, PR Newswire’s round-up of media stories from the week. WWD | KARA BLOOMGARDEN-SMOKE  Here’s how top women’s magazines are doing online With ad spend shifting from print to digital, executives from magazine publishers like Condé Nast and Hearst are staffing up web teams and putting more emphasis on online strategy. But, how is it…

Media Insider: Death of Vine Prompts New App Debut, Facebook Prepares Users For Election, Condé Nast Starts $4K Membership Program

Welcome to Media Insider, PR Newswire’s round up of journalism, blogging and freelancing stories from the week. Vine Co-Founders Finally Discuss Their New App: Hype (BuzzFeed) Twitter recently announced its decision to kill the Vine app, but the online video trend it started will continue on. Vine co-founders Rus Yusupov and Colin Kroll are bringing to…

Media Insider: Google Adds ‘Fact Check’ Tag, BuzzFeed to Live Stream Election Night, The Verge Unveils New Mission

Welcome to Media Insider, PR Newswire’s round up of journalism, blogging and freelancing stories from the week. Google News Now Has a “Fact Check” Tag (Poynter) If you’ve ever questioned the credibility of an article you’ve seen on the web, here’s some good news: Google just rolled out a fact-checking tag that will be added to…

ABC News general election debates

Media Insider: ABC News and Facebook to Live Stream Debates, ESPN Launches Bilingual Sports Show, Google Polices Ads

Welcome to Media Insider, PR Newswire’s round up of journalism, blogging and freelancing stories from the week. ABC News Teams Up with Facebook to Live Stream the 2016 General Election Debates (TechCrunch) The ABC News and Facebook partnership worked well for live coverage of the major party conventions in July. According to reports, they saw more…

twitter headquarters

Media Insider: Facebook Combats Fake Stories, Diversity in Newsrooms Trending Upward, Twitter to Allow Longer Tweets

Welcome to Media Insider, PR Newswire’s round up of journalism, blogging and freelancing stories from the week. Twitter Likely to Start Allowing Longer Tweets From Sept. 19 (Editor & Publisher) Twitter has become known as the platform used to get information out quickly and concisely; however, sometimes the 140-character maximum just isn’t enough. Editor & Publisher…

man-on-mobile-phone-reading-news

Media Insider: Dallas Morning News Makes Millennial-Minded App, CNN to Fly Drones Over People, Twitter Cashes in on Mobile Video

Welcome to Media Insider, PR Newswire’s round up of journalism, blogging and freelancing stories from the week. How the Dallas Morning News Made a Millennial-Minded News App (Digiday) It’s no secret print publications and newspapers have worried more and more about what’s to come of their product in an increasingly mobile world. Dallas Morning News revamped…

wired magazine

Media Insider: Obama to Guest-Edit Wired, Facebook Displays Vertical Video on Mobile, and Chatbots Explained

Welcome to Media Insider, PR Newswire’s round up of journalism, blogging and freelancing stories from the week. President Obama to Guest-Edit Wired (FishbowlNY) President Barack Obama will serve as the guest-editor of Wired’s November issue, FishbowlNY says. This is the first time Obama has guest-edited a magazine and the eighth guest-editor for Wired, the site continues.…

Media Insider: Instagram Most Engaging, Media Companies Battle for Millennial Audience, BuzzFeed Multiplies

Welcome to Media Insider, PR Newswire’s round up of journalism, blogging and freelancing stories from the week. Influencers: Instagram is the Most Engaging Platform (Report) (SocialTimes) Influencer marketing has come into its own this year, with marketers and influencers gaining a better understanding of the power it holds, SocialTimes says. But many still find the market…

rio olympics

Media Insider: NBC and Facebook Create Olympic Social Command Center, Inside the NYT Snapchat Team, and How to Create Instagram Stories

Welcome to Media Insider, PR Newswire’s round up of journalism, blogging and freelancing stories from the week. NBC and Facebook Link for Olympics ‘Social Command Center’ (Digiday) Facebook has sent a team to Rio de Janeiro to help NBC take social command of the Olympics. Digiday reports the partnership between the companies means Olympics-related content will be…