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  • Kramer Joins TheStreet Board in Around the Net In Publishing on 10/05/2015

    Veteran business journalist, editor, and publisher Larry Kramer is joining 'TheStreet' board of directors, the online business news publisher announced Monday.

  • Bloomberg Reshuffles Execs in Around the Net In Publishing on 10/05/2015

    This week brought more changes at Bloomberg Media, with the promotion of Gary Groenheim and the hiring of Hannah Musisi at Bloomberg's London office.

  • NatGeo, Visit Florida Partner For Content Hub in Publishers Daily on 10/05/2015

    National Geographic is venturing into new areas of sponsored content in its new partnership with the Visit Florida tourism authority, centering on a new content hub highlighting the natural beauty of Florida's national, state and private parks.

  • 'NYT' Thanks Subscribers For Support, Digital Passes 1M Mark in The Daily Blog on 10/05/2015

    The NYT's top editor first noted that the company's digital-only subscriber base recently passed the 1 million mark, while its combined print-and-digital subscribers now number 1.1 million. That means that the NYT currently has more subscribers than at any point in its history.

  • YouNow Raises $15M For Real-Time Video Platform  in The Social Graf on 10/05/2015

    While Periscope and Meerkat may be better known for the time being, the most "radical" live-streaming video social platform might just be YouNow, a social platform founded four years ago that recently announced it has raised $15 million in a new round of funding.

  • Digital Engagement Index in Social Media & Marketing Daily on 10/05/2015

    NFL claimed the number one spot on the leaderboard, topping both Instagram and Twitter. Over 1.7 million Instagram post likes and 100,000 Twitter hashtag mentions contributed towards a 171% increase in digital engagement.

  • Axel Springer Takes Stake in Thrillist in Publishers Daily on 10/02/2015

    Immediately after its high-profile acquisition of "Business Insider," Axel Springer quietly took a stake in Thrillist Media Group, a digital media company targeting millennial men with a range of lifestyle content.

  • News Corp. Dumps Digital Education Business in Publishers Daily on 10/02/2015

    While other publishers have jettisoned newspapers to focus on educational publishing and testing businesses, News Corp. is headed in the opposite direction. The publisher announced that it is selling its Amplify Insight and Learning business.

  • Publishing As Advocacy: Conservatives Can Do It, Too! in The Daily Blog on 10/02/2015

    Conservatives are getting into the content aggregation game. The Supply Side will gather economic news and publish expert commentary and analysis of the economic policies advocated by candidates in the 2016 presidential election.

  • Social Media Buzz Drives Readers to Print (When Caitlyn Jenner's Involved) in The Social Graf on 10/02/2015

    The July issue of "Vanity Fair", which featured Caitlyn Jenner in her first public appearance after her gender transition, predictably generated an enormous amount of social media conversation. What's a bit more surprising: this buzz prompted many people to actually, like, read the magazine -- the print version (gasp).

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