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The Federal Trade Commission on Thursday proposed that companies should be required to allow consumers to easily cancel paid subscriptions.
Biden administration officials acknowledge they do not have the legal authority to ban the popular app without congressional action, according to one person with knowledge of discussions.
Hundreds of WGA East members employed at Hearst Magazines Media staged a half-day walkout and rally March 23 to demand a fair contract.
The leading television stations serving the Rochester television market have began broadcasting with NextGen TV, a revolutionary new digital broadcast technology. The launch includes WHAM-TV (ABC), WROC-TV (CBS), WUHF (Fox) and WXXI-TV (PBS).
The event will be held April 10, with journalist Kara Swisher, ESPN's Stephen A. Smith and Group Black co-founder Bonin Bough also among those set to appear.
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If you’re in charge, your team or organization will inevitably look to you for direction to help lead them down the correct path. And depending on the talent on your team and the type of organization, that might not take much. For example, when you have a lot of strength above and below you, it’s often much easier to make good choices and set a course you feel confident about. Other times, the next steps just aren't as straightforward.
One of the evergreen questions Editor & Publisher ponders as we chronicle today’s business of news is: How will newsrooms — now and in the future — be funded? As we stand, one quarter into 2023, it felt timely to reach out to news publishers to hear their goals for revenue this year; how their newsrooms may benefit from philanthropic support; and if they’re counting on legislative relief to come from state or federal governments.
The Baltimore Beat was published for about five months in 2017 before the publisher decided to stop publication. But Lisa Snowden, editor, knew there was a niche and a need in Baltimore for another Black community-focused news outlet — in addition to the Baltimore-based 130-year-old The AFRO. She began studying nonprofit news models.