Publishers Daily
Thursday, February 23, 2017
  • Verizon Cuts $350M From Yahoo Acquisition Price

    Now, the deal is valued at about $4.48 billion, around a 7% drop. The disclosure of user-data breaches caused a delay in the acquisition … Read the whole story

  • New 'Texas Monthly' Editor Adds Lifestyle Content

    As a general-interest magazine, Texas Monthly has to expand its coverage, EIC Tim Taliaferro noted. "Texans care about politics, yes, but they also want … Read the whole story

  • Revcontent Acquires Machine Learning Startup, Rover, For More Than $30M

    Aiming to take on Facebook and Google, content recommendation platform Revcontent said it acquired machine learning firm Rover for more than $30 million. Revcontent … Read the whole story

  • 'The Washington Post' Gets Dramatic With Fiery Slogan

    'The Washington Post' has gone what some are calling "emo" with its new slogan: "Democracy Dies In Darkness." The new tagline, which appears just … Read the whole story

  • Ad Blocking Steadies, But Publishers Must Stay Strong

    It would be nice to assume ad blocking has plateaued because ad-blocker users have seen the link between ads and free content. The truth … Read the whole story

  • Does Facebook Have Its Back Against The Wall? (Of Its Own Garden)

    Many have repeatedly warned of the imminent demise of Facebook - whether as a social media network, media company or ad-tech firm. However, time … Read the whole story