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Two of the younger digital media startups, The Athletic and Axios, are raising money to fuel diversification of their businesses, even as older media firms are consolidating. The Athletic, a subscription sports news site, is raising around $50 … more
AARP, formerly known as The American Association of Retired Persons, is one of the largest media companies in the country, bringing in more than $174 million annually in media-based advertising revenue, according to public filings. "OK, millennials. … more
America’s top labor law enforcer signaled last week that many unions, including media unions, may be left without recourse if their employer engages in illegal union-busting. Two letters released by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) … more
Today, we launch our December issue, built around a single theme: “How to Stop a Civil War.” This issue, an exploration of our dangerous political moment, also represents the debut of a new visual identity for The Atlantic. It is the most … more
The German publisher DuMont didn’t always track loyalty among its readers. Instead, its editors did what many in the news industry do: rely on basic web analytics. They determined their top articles by number of visits, for example, and produced … more
The Committee to Protect Journalists today condemned the killing of radio reporter Dindo Generoso in the central Philippines, and called on Philippine authorities to identify the motive behind the killing and bring all of the perpetrators swiftly to … more
The generation raised on the internet and social media. The true digital natives. Nearly 100% own a smartphone and they spend over four hours a day online. These are all statements that have been applied to members of Gen Z—loosely, those born … more
Entrusting artificial intelligence to produce articles has proved to be a huge time-saver, but it is prone to error and can also raise ethical problems, according to a report on 'automatically generated journalism'-that is, journalism generated … more
In this month’s edition, CJR editor in chief Kyle Pope and resident management guru Jill Geisler discuss whether managers should allow staff to become involved with political campaigns, how to handle discussions about “revenge porn,” and … more
We know it’s important for people to understand what type of news story they’re reading. Many newsrooms add a label like news, analysis, opinion, or sponsored content to help make it clear. But do readers actually notice these labels? And … more
Magazine group Immediate Media has been fleshing out ways advertisers can still identify audiences across its sites without relying on third-party cookies, which are increasingly being quashed by browsers and Europe’s tightening privacy laws. … more
Employees at one of America’s oldest major magazine publishers are forming a union, becoming the latest big media organization to join the ranks of organized labor. Staff at Hearst Magazines announced Monday they plan to form a union with the … more
For more than 30 years, Filipino journalist Maria Ressa has risked her life in warzones. But she says what she's doing now is tougher. She's waging a battle for the truth in the Philippines, a close American ally. She founded a news site in the … more
Dow Jones’ Barron’s Group is combining two of its brands—Barron’s and MarketWatch—to launch a new live, weekly 10-minute digital show covering all the financial news that investors need to know to get their week started. Debuting today at … more
The national media’s shortcomings have been all too obvious in recent years as Donald Trump has gleefully thrown the norms of traditional journalism into a tizzy. They’ve trafficked in false equivalence. Allowed President Trump to play … more
The country’s leading newspaper union issued a scathing analysis of the proposed Gannett-GateHouse merger Friday, saying the deal would drive down wages and employment for journalists at the 250 daily newspapers and hundreds of weekly and … more
At least one Wisconsin county official wants to warn any journalists who cover the upcoming release of a regional water quality study: Publish the county’s news release summarizing the findings in its entirety without any alterations or risk … more
Brainworks Software has announced that the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner has gone live with Brainworks new Stratica Advertising and CRM system on Nov. 1, 2019. Brian Webster, digital operations director at Fairbanks Daily News-Miner, said, “We were … more
Two former G/O Media executives have sued the media conglomerate, alleging in separate lawsuits that its CEO Jim Spanfeller mistreated women at the company. In one complaint, filed Wednesday in Los Angeles, Nadine Jarrard, former G/O vice president … more
Twitter knows we treat each other terribly on Twitter. We dunk, ridiculing friends and strangers via quote-tweets. We ratio, piling on replies to bad tweets. We retweet without a second thought, spreading outrage and misinformation at warp speed. … more
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