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The petition is directed to Newsquest, Gannett’s little-known regional U.K. media company, asking that it stop publishing what it alleges is vicious anti-English content. more
This isn’t the first time that TikTok has altered its video length limit — originally 15 seconds, then 60, and then three minutes this past July. Now it is expanding video length yet again. more
While there are numerous engagement metrics currently in use, the Open Engagement Rate is an attempt to bring some clarity, reliability and trust to a confusing landscape. more
The average publisher drives more than 5x the engagement with headline testing after two years. more
What does it take to be the leader of a new media business? We speak to the mind behind a 'Rotten Tomatoes for news' platform. more
The Branford Group, a full-service industrial auction and valuation company, along with North East Printing Machinery Inc, have partnered with Metro Web Corporation to host a large industrial auction liquidating assets of the Metro Web’s cold set web printing facility in North Bergen, New Jersey. more
Here are some points to consider for others who may seek to nudge their news organizations in the direction of antiracism. more
Vice Media Group launched a new wave of layoffs, reflecting the youth-culture media company’s ongoing financial struggles and need to realign toward profitable areas of the business — amid a broader shift toward video and visual content. more
Forbes, a long-standing media publication, announced Thursday plans to go public via a merger with a publicly traded special purpose acquisition company. more
Apple is launching a new program that will allow subscription news organizations that participate in the Apple News app and meet certain requirements to lower their commission rate to 15% on qualifying in-app purchases taking place inside their apps on the App Store. more
It’s that time of the never-ending electoral cycle when clients, ad agencies, friends and Wall Street ask us how much we think is going to be spent on political advertising — and what platforms are going to get the most action. more
The Kansas City Star, one of the largest of McClatchy’s 30 newspapers, looks to be a hedge-fund-owned outlier, this month rolling out an expanded Sunday print edition, adding journalists and trying to improve its e-edition and digital site. more
The Postal Service will raise postage rates on Aug. 29, after the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit denied a petition by National Newspaper Association, News Media Alliance and others to put a hold on it. more
In a memo to teams on Tuesday, the National Football League said that on game days, non-team-affiliated media will not be permitted in locker rooms. more
The Taliban must immediately cease using violence against journalists and allow them to cover the critical news from Afghanistan freely and without fear, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today. more
The publishing group Axel Springer signed an agreement to acquire POLITICO, including the remaining 50 percent share of its current joint venture POLITICO Europe, as well as the tech news website Protocol from Robert Allbritton. more
The National Center on Disability and Journalism at Arizona State University has released an updated version of its disability language style guide in both English and Spanish for journalists and professionals who report or write about people living with disabilities. more
Through his fellowship with RJI, Aaron Eaton plans to build more than just a platform connecting independent visual journalists and smaller newsrooms. He is seeking to create a community of empowered visual journalists, a necessary tool for understaffed and small newsrooms to get access to more hyper-local content and an innovative model for paying journalists that will streamline the process of sharing and acquiring content at an equitable and fair price point for all parties involved. more
German publisher Axel Springer announced Thursday that it plans to acquire digital media site Politico. The companies did not disclose a price for the deal, but a person familiar with the matter said Politico sold for about $1 billion. more
The social network has contacted academics to create a group to advise it on thorny election-related decisions, said people with knowledge of the matter. more
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