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Outbrain and Taboola—the Ross and Rachel “will they, won’t they” online advertising story of our times—could finally have its happy ending. On Thursday, Taboola said it will acquire Outbrain for $250 million in cash and 30% equity of the … more
I really do think twice before sending a snarky tweet these days. Whether it’s organized harassment, doxxing, or any other variety of trolling, digital attacks against journalists feel more high-stakes than ever—especially for women and women of … more
Months after reporters revealed McClatchy News CEO Craig Forman had received a $1 million bonus and $35,000 per-month housing stipend while laying off journalists and other workers at his news corporation, employees in the Miami Herald and El Nuevo … more
When the news first broke that the MIT Media Lab had a close relationship with deceased billionaire and convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, some saw it as a momentary lapse in judgment, and there was widespread support for Media Lab director Joi … more
Europe’s top court said on Thursday that an individual country can order Facebook to take down posts, photographs and videos and restrict global access to that material, in a ruling that has implications for how countries can expand content bans … more
Newsday Media Group today announced the sale of amNewYork, the popular free-distribution daily newspaper, website and app, to Schneps Media, a leading local media company serving the New York metropolitan region. The ownership change is effective … more
In 2016, 54 news organizations participated in the first NewsMatch campaign, a swiftly organized matching gift campaign created by Knight Foundation in response to a burst of grassroots support for nonprofit news. That burst of support has become an … more
In June 20108, when the Chicago Tribune packed up and left its famous Tribune Tower newsroom, it seemed like an obvious symbol of local journalism’s decline. Gone were the days when Chicago’s biggest paper held a commanding position on the … more
Threatening to leave Facebook, or talking about how you should spend less time on it, is common. Actually leaving is less common (though it is happening). If you do leave, it might be good for you…and you also might miss it: A study of 1,769 U.S. … more
News media companies make up 12 of the 15 most polarizing brands in America today, according to a new Morning Consult poll provided to Axios. CNN and Fox News continue to be the most divisive news companies.Read more more
As heated debate continues over how social media sites can improve the quality of news on their platforms while enforcing rules fairly, most Americans are pessimistic about these efforts and are highly concerned about several issues when it comes to … more
Scott Pelley of CBS pushed back hard Sunday when House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy tried to spin him on Sunday’s “60 Minutes.” So did Chris Wallace of Fox News when Trump aide Stephen Miller refused to accept reality on the same subject: … more
Parts of surveillance video showing the deadly shooting inside a Maryland newspaper in progress are so upsetting to watch that the recording would “unduly prejudice the jury,” a defense attorney told a judge Tuesday, while a prosecutor said the … more
Masthead Maine CEO Lisa DeSisto, publisher of the Journal Tribune, has announced that it will close the newspaper and cease publication effective with the Oct. 12 edition. DeSisto sent out a companywide memorandum Tuesday morning outlining plans to … more
After ceasing sales of print newspapers, Starbucks announced Tuesday that it will offer customers free digital access to several newspapers for a limited time. Starbucks customers using the free in-store Wi-Fi at the coffee giant’s more-than 8,500 … more
The newsroom staff of The Columbian—the daily newspaper for Vancouver, Washington and surrounding Clark County—is unionizing. The union, named The Columbian Guild, announced its creation Monday morning...Read more more
Apple has rolled out its publisher subscription service, Apple News+, to the U.K. some six months after announcing it in the U.S. For access to over 150 magazines and newspapers, readers have to pay just £9.99 ($12.29) a month. In the U.K., News … more
Lyle Muller, the founding editor of IowaWatch, grew up in rural northeastern Iowa and had a personal and professional interest in reporting on the struggles of rural hospitals. Jennifer Hemmingsen, a former reporter and now an editorial writer at … more
This is a confession of sorts. It’s not brain surgery or anything new, but it might contribute to the conversation. I’ve had the privilege to work in the media industry for several years—in a national media company, a high-class local one, as … more
Following the 2016 election—and the tsunami of digital disinformation it had loosed upon the world—we surveyed more than eighteen hundred people about their knowledge of news gathering and reporting procedures: everything from the placement of … more
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