We’re recapping some of the most notable headlines from the second half of 2019.
To close out the year, here are some of the top news stories affecting multicultural media in the past twelve months.
These are some of the year’s most notable headlines on PR Newswire.
We’re recapping the biggest stories in the media industry this year.
Which social campaigns had the greatest impact on you in 2019? These are 5 of our favorites.
2017 wasn’t very kind to the media.
The multicultural news media saw its share of triumphs and setbacks this year. Newsroom diversity remains a challenge, but new launches are helping shape the future.
Keeping up with the latest news can be overwhelming. Here are some of the biggest headlines we saw on PR Newswire in 2017.
ICYMI. 5 top media stories you need on your radar this week.
2016 was laden with challenges, including covering a contentious presidential election, making heads or tails of fake news, and more.
It’s been a busy year for Beyond Bylines. From staying on top of all the various trends in the media world to covering the political conventions — and adding a slew of new writers — it’s been an exciting and hectic 2016. Our posts truly ran the gamut. We covered newspapers, comics, artificial reality, podcasting,…
What a difference a year makes. Last year, we talked about how media and marketing merged to develop a stronger voice. Brands implemented content marketing, while media outlets fully embraced social media to reach online and mobile audiences. This year, the trend we’re seeing is with Hispanic and African-American media uniting to engage a wider audience,…
The stories from 2015 that will have lasting implications on how journalists do their jobs.
Keeping New Year’s resolutions can be difficult. Despite the high hopes and good intentions, there’s almost always an underlying sense of dread when it comes to setting long-term goals. Ideas can change or slip away. You might get sidetracked or face setbacks. Or, at the last minute, your plans could fall perfectly into place. Sometimes though, an extraordinary thing happens where…