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Iran shut down a newspaper on Monday after it quoted a former member of the national coronavirus taskforce as saying the country’s tolls from the epidemic could be 20 times higher than official … more
Today’s publishers are leading the way when it comes to reimagining advertising in a world without third-party cookies. They started thinking about a future based on first-party data long … more
In one sense, this has been a difficult period for Fox News: a star anchor fired after being accused of sexual harassment, a lawsuit depicting a misogynist workplace, a top writer exposed as a racist … more
It had been more than a decade since the New York Times launched a brand advertising campaign, but 2017 felt like the right moment. The Times was under daily assault from President Trump, whose … more
The Evening Standard is to sack a third of its employees, as the London freesheet seeks a dramatic reduction in costs to survive the coronavirus pandemic. The newspaper has been hit particularly … more
Since going online and rebranding as Time In in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, Time Outis releasing its first print issue on August 11, dedicated to the memory of Time Out’s founder … more
Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai, known for his support of the city's pro-democracy movement and criticism of China, has been arrested on suspicion of "colluding" with foreign forces, according to … more
Obituaries are one of the most read sections in newspapers, and an important source of revenue. Protecting and growing this category is at the core of why Adams Publishing Group selected Memoriams … more
Advertisers are feeling greater pessimism than before about the economy and more view social media marketing is a “necessary evil” according to results of the July Small & Medium … more
Chatham Asset Management, the hedge fund that won McClatchy Co. at auction, announced Friday that media industry veteran Tony W. Hunter will be the company’s new chief executive. Hunter, 59, … more
News Corporation (“News Corp” or the “Company”) (Nasdaq: NWS, NWSA; ASX: NWS, NWSLV) today reported financial results for the three months and fiscal year ended June 30, … more
The head of Washington’s NPR affiliate resigned Friday following months of internal turmoil and an explosive news story detailing allegations of sexual harassment by one of the … more
In June 2020, The World Health Organization (WHO) began a webinar series on the infodemic, where medical researchers, social scientists, journalists, and health professionals discussed how … more
If we want to help preserve the impact of good journalism, we must support journalism entrepreneurship that leads to financially sustainable news organizations. And this is most important for … more
In the summer of 1972, The Independent Press-Telegram published a long profile of eight homicide detectives in the Long Beach Police Department. In it, a reporter asks the detectives if they have any … more
The reporters were used to getting stonewalled by the administration, but now the protesters demanding change were also shutting them out. One news organization, determined to tell the … more
Prime Day has become, for many brands, a significant manufactured shopping holiday, on par with the sales seen during the holiday season. The 2019 Prime Day, for example, surpassed the 2018 Black … more
On Aug. 3, 2019, an alleged white supremacist shot and killed people at a Walmart in El Paso, Texas. Twenty-three people died and many were injured in what was described as the deadliest attack on … more
Experts warn that much of the discourse voters see this election will be laced with false information, misleading or out-of-context claims, and targeted disinformation. Most of that will be designed … more
Russia continues to use a network of proxy websites to spread pro-Kremlin disinformation and propaganda in the United States and other parts of the West, according to a State Department report … more
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