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A federal judge on Tuesday ordered the White House to restore the hard pass of Playboy’s correspondent Brian Karem, whose credentials were suspended after a raucous incident in July in which he got in argument with former Trump aide Sebastian … more
President Trump requires no translation or interpretation when it comes to his plan for going after national news outlets as Campaign 2020 kicks into high gear. On Monday, he made his intentions clear in a couple of rambling, overcapitalized tweets: … more
President Trump's political allies are trying to raise at least $2 million to investigate reporters and editors of The New York Times, The Washington Post and other outlets, according to a three-page fundraising pitch reviewed by Axios.  Read … more
As news agencies surface inhumane immigration conditions, another grave reality beyond the U.S. southern border demands attention: Mexico ranks as the deadliest country in the world for journalists in 2019. The Committee to Protect Journalists … more
How do you drive brand awareness and sales with native advertising, and how do you fit native into your media mix? The answer: By finding the perfect mix of emotion, information, and sales. When attending native advertising seminars in Sweden and … more
The anonymous note was secretly tucked into an envelope, behind an official letter from a government agency denying our reporter’s request for documents under the Freedom of Information Act. It apparently came from someone deep in the agency’s … more
Google’s recent research showing that publishers stand to lose 52% of programmatic ad revenue if they can’t use third-party cookie ad targeting has gone down like a lead balloon with some major publishers. On Aug. 22, Google released a string … more
On Saturday, there was yet another tragedy in America. A gunman opened fire on state troopers as they attempted to stop his vehicle near Midland, in the Permian Basin of West Texas. A high-speed chase ensued along 15 miles of highway linking Midland … more
Younger audiences are different from older groups not just in what they do, but in their core attitudes in terms of what they want from the news. Young people are primarily driven by progress and enjoyment in their lives, and this translates into … more
GateHouse Media is set to close two Arkansas publications, the Helena-West Helena World and the Stuttgart Daily Leader, on September 6, the websites for each outlet reported. The company owns 11 Arkansas properties and closed six just a year … more
Over the last year, Vice Media began selling video ads against its content across multiple platforms by pitching itself to agencies as a place that can offer reach within brand-safe environments. Its video ad product, called “Video Everywhere”, … more
Fake news and social media posts are such a threat to U.S. security that the Defense Department is launching a project to repel “large-scale, automated disinformation attacks,” as the top Republican in Congress blocks efforts to protect the … more
At an all-staff meeting today, News-Gazette Media CEO John Reed announced to employees that an agreement has been signed to sell substantially all of its assets to the family-owned Champaign Multimedia Group LLC, an affiliate company of Community … more
Griet Ducatteeuw, publisher at De Standaard and Het Nieuwsblad, in Antwerp, Belgium, gets “into the skin of our consumer” as she plans audience strategies that will continue to grow the news brands in the tradition of their parent company, … more
YouTube has banned an Infowars account just one day after the channel The War Room popped up on the platform. The account was terminated for violating the company’s terms of service, but a YouTube representative didn’t offer any information on … more
Dream Team, the fantasy football offshoot from U.K. tabloid The Sun, has had a retention problem. From one year to the next, the free-to-play game would have to reacquire two-thirds of its audience who signed up to play the previous year, which is … more
Newsrooms participating in the World News Day (WND) campaign will tell the stories behind the reports and features that made an impact in the past year, giving audiences a behind-the-scenes look at how these were put together. These range from … more
On August 15, 2018, we announced to attendees of our Media Gathering event in Cape Town the start of our adventures into membership for Daily Maverick. At the time we weren’t entirely sure how we were going to fund December’s payroll. Now, … more
China has effectively expelled a reporter working for The Wall Street Journal after he wrote an article about the cousin of the country’s top leader, Xi Jinping, in the latest sign of a government clampdown on media freedom. The Chinese … more
Executives from some of the biggest U.S. news organizations met with a British economist last fall at Washington’s exclusive Metropolitan Club to strategize on a mutual obsession: getting their industry out from under the thumb of Google and … more
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