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Pasadena-based Southland Publishing, Inc., has sold its eight southern California publications to an Arizona company, Times Media Group, effective July 31, 2019. The TMG purchase includes all five newsweeklies: Los Angeles Downtown News, Pasadena … more
Now that Facebook has started to sell subscriptions to publishers’ videos, publishers hope that YouTube will follow suit. And the Google-owned video platform appears poised to do so, stretching its existing subscription product in a way that it … more
Today, we are thrilled to launch the Deseret News on Chorus, bringing the Utah newspaper’s new brand identity and refreshed digital experience to life on our all-in-one publishing, audience and revenue platform. When looking for an integration … more
Today we’re launching a guidebook on how newsrooms can collaborate around large datasets. Since our founding 11 years ago, ProPublica has made collaboration one of the central aspects of its journalism. We partner with local and national outlets … more
The will to limit the spread of false information has inspired Thailand to announce a Fake News Center. Under this new entity, Thailand’s police forces will work with military and government officials to decide what pieces of content should or … more
If, by some crazy chance, you wanted to be well-informed these past few days about the sudden death of Jeffrey Epstein, there was a way. The minute you heard the news on Saturday morning that the financier and registered sex offender had died in his … more
Nearly a third of U.S. adults (31%) follow local news very closely, but local news does not play an equally vital role for all Americans. Older Americans, black adults and those with a high school education or less show considerably more interest in … more
CBS Corp. and Viacom, once part of the same company, plan to again join forces in a merger to bolster their positions in a rapidly changing entertainment industry that's pushing other media giants to consolidate their digital content for the … more
To make booking and running global campaigns easier for clients, magazine company Hearst has built up its centralized, global digital ad-sales team from 10 to 26 people since 2017 when the division launched in London. The goal is to boost … more
Last week, GateHouse and Gannett announced their intent to merge and form the largest newspaper chain in the country, a consolidation designed to save money. When the move was announced, there was a fear among many in the industry that layoffs would … more
Jonathan Weisman, the deputy Washington editor for The New York Times, has been demoted after a pair of incidents in which he ignited controversy on Twitter, the newspaper said Tuesday. "Jonathan Weisman met with [Times Executive Editor Dean … more
Atlantic 57, The Atlantic magazine’s consulting service has released a new report, The Four Visitors to Your Site (And How to Hook Them). The report is based on the study of The Atlantic’s readers’ behavior in a bid to identify the best … more
Twice a month for the past two years, a journalist named Swe Win packed up his laptop and a change of clothes, and said goodbye to his wife and young daughter, at home in Yangon, Myanmar’s largest city. He then got in a taxi or boarded a flight to … more
Ever since Kashmir’s autonomy was suddenly revoked last week, Raja Mohi-ud-din, an editor at one of the few Kashmiri newspapers still operating, has been starting his days extremely early. At 2 a.m., he jumps on his motorcycle with a hard drive in … more
Folks, it happened: The key to sustainable local news has been discovered. And it involves making money. Spoiler alert: It’s all about making money, and that takes having people whose job descriptions are specifically devoted to that task — … more
The past half-decade has seen a digital subscription renaissance in the news publishing industry. Publishers are increasingly recognizing a market demand for high-quality, meaningful, trustworthy content, and in turn seek to cultivate premium, … more
Some publishers, anxious to reduce their reliance on third-party cookies while still meeting data-privacy law requirements, are considering a new way to collect their users’ data-privacy preferences: authenticated consent. The concept of … more
Ready, aim, innovate: The Wall Street Journal has assembled the leaders of its new departments, spearheading initiatives with an additional three dozen or so staffers. They’ll focus on attracting new generations of readers, engaging subscribers, … more
The executive editor of The Washington Post hit back at Sen. Bernie Sanders' suggestion that the paper's coverage of the presidential candidate is linked to its owner's business interests, calling the accusation a "conspiracy theory." Marty Baron … more
It was not out of the ordinary at Postmedia, Canada’s largest newspaper chain, for editors to have their knuckles rapped for failing to meet the political expectations of the company’s conservative management. In 2015, after the federal election … more
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