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  • 'Atlantic' Taps Prashant Rao As Global Editor
    Rao will lead The Atlantic's coverage "across a wide range of beats related to U.S. foreign policy, democracy and global conflict," according to the company. ...
  • Revcontent, Poynter Partner To Demonetize Fake News
    Revcontent will remove the content recommendation widget from stories flagged as false by two independent fact checkers within the International Fact Checking Network, for stories from publishers within the Revcontent ...
  • Conde Nast Combines U.S. And U.K. 'Traveller' Teams
    While there will still be two separate print editions, content for both will be overseen by Conde Nast Britain. ...
  • 'Thrillist' Staffers Walk Out Over Contract Negotiations
    Staffers at travel and food site Thrillist protested failed collective bargaining attempts with parent company Group Nine Media yesterday, in what the Writers Guild of America East is calling one ...
  • Bustle Digital Group Acquires Flavorpill To Build Events Business
    Bustle is joining a growing list of publishers committing to the experiential events business, including Teen Vogue and Refinery29. ...
  • Optimum Parent Sells 'Newsday,' Cable Subscribers Lose Free Web Access
    TV network exec Patrick Dolan has acquired the remaining shares of 'Newsday,' becoming the sole owner and ending free digital access to the Long Island newspaper for Optimum cable subscribers. ...
  • 'New York Post' Issue With Supreme Cover Wrap Is Big Seller
    CEO Jesse Angelo said the partnership made sense "because of the design kinship of the logos and the affinity of the brands - bold, unexpected, always-pushing-the-envelope, and always rooted in ...
  • Clarification: 'NYT' Q2 Revenues Beat Expectation
    The August 8 Publishers Daily story "New York Times Co. Reports Digital Subscription Revs Up 20%, Ad Revenues Fall," incorrectly reported that the company had a "profit of almost $24 ...
  • MNI Targeted Media Marks Uptick In 2018 Print Ad Revenues
    MNI, which sells media planning and buying services, claims revenue from its print campaigns has grown 30% year-over-year, It works with seven publishing companies and 40 different magazine titles. ...
  • ProPublica To Fund Investigative Journalists To Cover State Governments
    The new program is an expansion of ProPublica's Local Reporting Network, an initiative the nonprofit journalism organization introduced last fall to provide monetary support to investigative reporters at local news ...
  • Today.com Redesigns, Shifts Focus To Video, Ecommerce
    Today.com redesigned the online hubs for "Today," "Megyn Kelly Today" and "Kathie Lee & Hoda." It recently launched a summer series of original digital shows and invested in ecommerce, ...
  • 'High Times' Launches OTT Network
    'High Times' believes its platform will allow its community to host and monetize content around marijuana - akin to a YouTube for cannabis-specific video content. ...
  • Print Magazine Ad Spending Fell More Than $400 Million In 2017
    Print magazine ad spend by the top 50 marketers fell from $6.5 billion in 2016 to $6.1 billion last year, according to the MPA - The Association of Magazine Media's ...
  • New York Times Co. Reports Digital Subscription Revenues Up 20%, Ad Revenues Fall
    Total revenue increased 2% in Q2 2018 to $414.6 million. The company reported a profit of almost $24 million, topping Wall Street estimates of $411 million. ...
  • Hearst Magazines Names Kate Lewis Chief Content Officer
    Lewis will direct content strategy for all Hearst Magazines' print and digital brands and oversee all editors-in-chief and digital directors in the US, as well as liaise with Hearst's international ...
  • Maven To Acquire Say Media, Expands Share For Premium Ad Spend
    Maven, a company that provides a publishing platform and ad tech to a "coalition" of independent publisher partners, has acquired sufficient funds to buy Say Media and its assets, including ...
  • 'Family Circle' Redesigns, Focuses On Moms With Teens
    Family Circle has redesigned its magazine with a new content structure, organizing editorial under two hubs - "On Duty" and "Off Duty" - rather than under categories like "Health" and ...
  • Scripps Howard Invests $6M In Investigative Journalism
    The centers will be housed at Arizona State University and the University of Maryland. ...
  • Joanna Coles To Step Down As Hearst Magazines Chief Content Officer
    Coles has been at the company since 2006. She has served as Hearst's first Chief Content Officer since 2016. She was previously editor-in-chief of 'Cosmopolitan.' ...
  • 'WSJ Magazine' Hires First Digital Director, Expands Video, Multimedia
    Sarah Ball, former editorial director at Conde Nast's GQ, will now be tasked with building a new digital team for WSJ Magazine (stylized as "WSJ. Magazine") and oversee all digital ...
  • Davler Media Acquires 'Staten Island Parent,' Extends Family-Oriented Coverage
    The 30-year-old 'Staten Island Parent' will become a part of Davler's NYMetroParents division. The division was established in 2006 with the purchase of four local parenting magazines: 'Big Apple Parent,' ...
  • Facebook Invests $4.5M More In Publishers Programs To Build Membership, Subscriptions
    Facebook is investing an additional $4.5 million in programs to support news publishers, extending its initiative to help metro news publishers grow their digital subscriber base. It's also introducing a ...
  • QZ Site Redesign Dovetails With New Management
    The unveiling of QZ.com coincides with the first official day under its new owner, the Japanese-run Uzabase. The move unifies all of Quartz's editions - Quartz, Quartz India, Quartz Africa, ...
  • Kalmbach Brings Spain's AK-Interactive 'Damaged' To North America
    Kalmbach will publish four quarterly issues of 'Damaged,' beginning in November. The plan is to house 'Damaged' content on FineScale Modeler's website. ...
  • Refinery 29, Neon Partner To Make Films
    Refinery29 and Neon, the studio behind movies like "I, Tonya" and "Three Identical Strangers," will work to find, purchase and co-distribute films, specifically ones starring women and supporting female filmmak ...
  • Yahoo Finance Plans Live Streaming Network This Fall
    The network will stream market and global financial news 8 hours a day, including live shows, and will live on Yahoo's owned-and-operated channels for now. ...
  • 'Real Simple' Debuts Online Shopping Site
    After launching a number of licensed product lines, Meredith-owned magazine Real Simple has created an online shopping site to house them. ...
  • Reuters Launches News App Focused On Utility For Business Pros
    The app focuses on topic-based feeds. Reuters believes it will give business professionals fast and relevant information to help inform their decisions across industries, interests, markets and countries. ...
  • Bloomberg Media Group Unveils Ad.Apt, New Display Ad Format
    It will use Bloomberg Media's reader data to customize ads, as well as content and design, for native formats. ...
  • 'Time' Publishes Special Issue Dedicated To The South
    'Time' argues in the double issue that the South is the center of change in the U.S., and the political and cultural shifts happening in the region are complex and ...