• Amazon Offers Indian Readers New Access To Articles
    Amazon is offering Indian app users new access to content.  The new offering, Featured Articles, provides articles, commentary and analysis on a variety of topics. 
  • Soon-Shiong Called 'The Second Most Despised Man In Newspapers'
    Los Angeles Times owner Patrick Soon-Shiong is “the second-most despised man in newspapers,” critics say following Soon-Shiong’s abstention in the shareholder vote to to sell Tribune Publishing to Alden Global Capital. His vote was, in effect, a yes. The most despised person?  Heath Freeman, Alden president. 
  • Students, Alumni Sign Newspaper Spread Demanding Tenure For Hannah-Jones
    A group of 1,619 UNC-Chapel Hill alumni and students have signed a two-page newspaper calling on the school to grant previously denied tenure to Nikole Hannah-Jones as she prepares to assume the Knight Chair for Race and Investigative Journalism at UNC-CH in July. The ad ran in the News & Observer. 
  • Local Publisher Says She Lost Ad Revenue Over Development Position
    Christine Priola, publisher of North Carolina’s Montford & North Asheville Neighbors says she has lost tens of thousands of dollars in advertising revenue after Ashville City Councilwoman Gwen Wisler took issue with her position of a local development project. Wisler denies that she reached out to advertisers.
  • Alden Offers Buyouts To Tribune Newsroom Staffers
    Alden Global Capital is offering buyouts to Tribune Publishing newsroom employees two days after it acquired the company. The offer includes 12 weeks of pay for eligible employees with three or more years of service. 
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