The section, which runs on Sundays, will cease publication as of the first of the year.
Plans call for the radio station to stream about 40 hours a week of original content, all of which will be provided by whichever of the group’s 117 members want to opt in.
Here’s what SoundCloud CEO Alexander Ljung, Universal Music CEO Lucian Grainge and DreamWorks Animation CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg think about the future of the media and entertainment business.
Making a full shift to digital before that happens is something all newspapers, including the Guardian, need to do, and quickly.
BuzzFeed has acquired Torando Labs and made the founder — the co-founder and former CTO of Bitly — its VP of data engineering
USA TODAY continues to hold the number one spot for total daily circulation in the United States.
Online ad spend a major factor behind second annual increase since 2007, with total figure set to rise 1% to £1.42bn in 2015
The current six-month reporting format, now called Snapshot and previously FAS-FAX, has been in place since 1968.
Coming, officially today, to your hometown: A templatized, national/local, ready-to-go network of 70 news sites and apps that aim to make use of all the au courant digital news business knowledge of the day.
Blendle, a Dutch startup that sells access to news and other content from a variety of European media outlets on a per-article basis, says it has closed a Series A financing round of $3.8 million that was led by the New York Times Co. and German media giant Axel Springer.
The Toronto-based media company says it had a $49.8 million net loss
As the financially strapped Tampa Bay Times enters its post-voluntary buyout stage, in an effort to shed as much as 10 percent of its workforce, the initial round of layoffs has now begun.
Three years ago, Columbia’s journalism school came out with a report that stated the painfully obvious: Journalists are ignorant about their business, and they need to get educated if they want their organizations to be competitive online.