Publishers Daily
Friday, June 15, 2018
  • INTO Creates Content Studio To Serve LGBTQ Community

    The new venture will allow content producers to make and distribute both short- and long-form video for the LGBTQ community. Read the whole story

  • 'The Hill' Launches TV Network

    Hill.TV went live with the debut of "Rising," a morning show cohosted by former MSNBC anchor Krystal Ball and conservative radio show host and … Read the whole story

  • U.S. Daily Newspaper Circ Dips 10% In 2017

    The estimated U.S. daily newspaper circulation (print and digital combined) in 2017 was 31 million for weekday and 34 million for Sunday, down 11% … Read the whole story

  • 'San Francisco Chronicle' Taps Nagel As Publisher

    Before joining Cox Media Group in 2016, Nagel was executive vice president of marketing-business services at Tribune Publishing. Read the whole story

  • Amazon's Duopoly Challenge Will Benefit Online Publishers

    Not only is the online giant attempting to leverage its first-party consumer data to break into the ad marketplace, but it's establishing its DSP … Read the whole story

  • News Publishers See Acceptance In Pay Models, Mainly From The Left

    Driven partly by the so-called "Trump Bump," paid subscriptions to online news publishers appear to be growing in many markets worldwide, according to the … Read the whole story