• The Guardian Shifts To Tabloid Print Format
    The New York Times considers The Guardian’s move to a tabloid print format amid mounting financial losses. “The shift to a tabloid print size is part of several moves, from cutting around 300 jobs to selling a stake in a trade publication group, to curb those losses,” The Times writes. “The Guardian’s style of journalism will not change, but the new format allows it to be printed by a wider array of presses, helping it cut costs.”
  • Google May Sell Zagat
    Google is reportedly mulling the sale of Zagat -- the restaurant review guide it bought in 2011 for $151 million. “A sale of Zagat would mark a course reversal for Alphabet’s once ambitious plans for the brand, spearheaded by former Google executive Marissa Mayer,” Reuters reports. “Zagat gradually became less of a priority as Google focused on drawing traffic to its Google+ social network.”