At 11pm tonight, the UK enters a transition phase where, despite the hype, virtually nothing changes until 2021.
Pooling resources around stories and beats is the norm now, not building large teams for individual shows.
The latest AA/Warc figures show national newspapers have stabilised revenue, while magazines plummet further.
An official report shows that "Get Ready for Brexit" had little impact and was poorly set up.
The US wants the UK to back away from an EU view and see tech giants as sites, not publishers.
The privacy watchdog's 15-point guide has some useful clarifications, but it's mainly a reminder on GDPR.
The tech titans can relax. As France drops its tech tax, the UK is bound to follow. Isn't it?
Dentsu Aegis puts ad-spending growth at 6% for the UK. Germany, Italy and Spain are set to go negative.
As the Director General leaves, the licence fee is up for question again. But how else would you fund the BBC?
Media headlines and a commitment from the Government to make the internet safer point to a new regulator.