Chris Ariens | AdWeek | 5/22/2015
Univison, the leading media company serving Hispanic Americans, today acquired The Root, a leading online news destination for African Americans.
Brian Morrissey | Digiday | 5/22/2015
When Condé Nast and Time Inc. veteran Julie Hansen joined Business Insider in 2008, it was still called Silicon Alley Insider, a blog devoted to New York’s tech scene.
Oscar Williams-Grut | Business Insider | 5/22/2015
The newspaper industry is in a tough spot, with circulation and advertising falling and no clear sign of how to crack digital.
Andrea Chang | Los Angeles Times | 5/22/2015
Going forward, the U-T will return to its longtime name, the San Diego Union-Tribune.
Angela Doland | Advertising Age | 5/21/2015
There's been a lot of speculation about the future of The Huffington Post now that Verizon is buying AOL, owner of the online news and content site, in a deal that seems to be primarily motivated by AOL's ad tech offerings.
Michael Sebastian | AdAge | 5/21/2015
USA Today could stop publishing a daily print newspaper as soon as in the next "five or six years."
Ken Doctor | Nieman Lab | 5/21/2015
The pricetag would be high, but it might be worth it to reassemble one part of the old newspaper bundle — tying together local news and local services.
Ed Barmakian | | 5/20/2015
NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - The Independent Press newspaper, a local news staple since the 1960s, will publish its last weekly hard copy edition on May 27, according to multiple sources.
Joe Pompeo | Capital New York | 5/20/2015
Buyouts are underway in The Wall Street Journal newsroom, Capital has learned, signaling a shift in resources at News Corp's U.S.-based broadsheet as it heads into a new budget year.
Eric Blattberg | Digiday | 5/20/2015
“Flip the Script” has been a breakout hit for Mic on Facebook, with eight episodes in two months drawing more than 33 million views on the platform.
NetNewsCheck | 5/19/2015
The Local Media Consortium, a nationwide alliance of leading local media outlets, announced a new partnership with Worldnow, a provider of digital media management and advertising services, on Monday.
Martha Hamilton | AJR | 5/19/2015
At any gathering of newspaper veterans of a certain age – and many of them are at funerals nowadays – you’ll hear simultaneous laments for the “golden age” of newspapers and self-congratulations for having been lucky enough to have been a part of it.
Ken Doctor | Capital New York | 5/19/2015
Valuation has been a make-or-break issue