• Susan Goldberg Named CEO of GBH
    Susan Goldberg, who served as editor of chief of National Geographic for eight years, has been hired as president of CEO of GBH, the largest producer of content for PBS. Goldberg will be the first woman in the post. 
  • Drake And 21 Savage to Remove Fake 'Vogue' Covers
    Drake and 21 Savage have agreed to a preliminary injunction in the case filed against them by Condé Nast. The injunction stipulates that they remove all fake Vogue covers they created in a campaign for their album "Her Loss."  
  • Legendary Art Director George Lois Dies At 91
    George Lois, the art director known for his Esquire covers that rebuked American racism and involvement in the Vietnam war, died on Friday at age 91. His famous covers included one showing exiled boxer Muhammad Ali with arrows sticking out of him, a martyred St. Sebastian.  
  • Times-Journal Acquires Six Metro Atlanta Newspapers
    Times-Journal Inc., has purchased six metro Atlanta newspapers from Southern Community Newspapers, Inc. The publications are the Gwinnett Daily Post, Rockdale Citizen, Newton Citizen, Henry Herald, Clayton News and the Jackson Progress-Argus.  
  • Tech News Site Protocol Is Ceasing Publication
    Protocol, the technology news website launched by former Politico owner Robert Allbritton will stop publishing later this week. Dozens of staffers are expected to lose their jobs, sources told CNN. 
  • Alden Global Capital Apparently Gives Up Attempt To Take Over Lee Enterprises
    Alden Global Capital seems to be backing off its bid to take over Lee Enterprises. Lee faces a difficult financial climate driven by declining advertising sales.
  • Meta Layoffs Mean Facebook Is Parting Ways With News
    The mass layoffs at Meta make it clear that Facebook is parting ways with the news. Among those leaving are The Meta Journalism Project Accelerator’s David Grant, and Dorrine Mendoza, who led local news partnerships.
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