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ERIK SASS

Erik Sass is editor of Publishers Daily. You can reach Erik at eriksass@gmail.com.

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  • Turkey Crackdown Closes Dozens Of Newspapers in The Daily Blog on 07/29/2016

    One of Turkish President Erdogan most egregious of his emergency measures is the closing of 131 media outlets across the country, including 45 newspapers, 15 magazines, 23 radio stations and 16 TV channels. All have been shuttered on flimsy charges of supporting the coup, encouraging terrorism, or both.

  • IOC Brings Hammer Down On Doping, I Mean, Social Media in The Social Graf on 07/29/2016

    After years of public outcry and criticism, the International Olympic Committee is finally getting tough on doping, no sorry, I mean social media.

  • NYT's Digital Ad Revenues Drop in The Daily Blog on 07/28/2016

    The New York Times Co. announced that its digital ad revenues slipped again in the second quarter of the year, marking two consecutive quarters of year-over-year declines.

  • 'Ice Bucket Challenge' Funded Research Breakthrough in The Social Graf on 07/28/2016

    The "Ice Bucket Challenge" from 2014 funded a scientific breakthrough in the understanding of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig's Disease.

  • Anti-Brexit Pop-up Paper 'New European' To Continue Publication in The Daily Blog on 07/27/2016

    What started as a one-off idea to salve the wounded pride of pro-EU Brits following the vote for Brexit is now a regular thing, at least for a while. In keeping with its cosmopolitan mission and editorial tone, The New European covers culture, business, sports, food and entertainment with a pan-European focus.

  • Twitter Stock Tumbles After Weak Earnings in The Social Graf on 07/27/2016

    Twitter took it on the chin again this week, as its stock price tumbled following a weak earnings report on Tuesday.

  • Amtrak To Launch New Magazine, 'The National' in The Daily Blog on 07/26/2016

    The new travel mag, titled The National, is set to debut in October, with a bimonthly publication schedule. The National will be published out of New York City, with an additional sales complement of 40 based in Miami.

  • Twitter Repositions, Plans Marketing Campaign in The Social Graf on 07/26/2016

    Twitter is repositioning itself as a source of breaking news and forum for live commentary, and is also preparing a marketing campaign to broaden its appeal among Internet users.

  • Digital Engagement Index in Social Media & Marketing Daily on 07/26/2016

    A wildly popular, baby-filled video from Nike launched the fitness brand into the top spot with ease. Victoria's Secret also joined the top 10 for the first time in a while, thanks to some good news about their new athleisure line.

  • China Bans Independent News in The Daily Blog on 07/25/2016

    The Chinese government has taken the most drastic step yet in its renewed war against dissent, with a sweeping order to shut down all the country's major nonstate news publications, including online publishers like Sina, Sohu, NetEase and iFeng, for violating a 2005 law that bans publishing any news gathered independently of its official news and propaganda organs.

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