Publishers Daily
Thursday, August 18, 2016
  • Gawker.com Will Cease Publishing

    It's the end of an era as the curtain comes down on Gawker.com after 14 years prodding and pontificating on the media industry. Most ... Read the whole story

  • Gatehouse Media Cuts Staff Nationwide

    GateHouse Media, which owns 125 dailies and a few hundred weeklies across the U.S., is cutting down its editorial team by offering staffers buyouts. ... Read the whole story

  • The Daily Beast Goes For Feed-Based Speed, Tunes Into Audience Behavior

    "The Daily Beast" has become increasingly focused on journalism and mapping out the delivery of news articles and content based on audience behavior that ... Read the whole story

  • Teenage Girls Reject 'Clickbait' News Headlines And Stories

    A new study from Engine Group's Cassandra and online publisher Clover Letter reports that teen girls are fed up with so-called "clickbait" stories and ... Read the whole story

  • U.S. Publishers Must Cooperate To Compete

    For every new dollar of digital advertising budget spent in Q1 of 2016, Google and Facebook earned 85 cents, according to Brian Nowak, a ... Read the whole story

  • Time Inc.'s In-House Content Studio Has Real-Time Data Advantage

    The Foundry, Time Inc.'s content studio, boasts a real-time advantage that helps inform creative development. Read the whole story