Publishers Daily
Friday, April 10, 2020
  • 'Reader's Digest' Launches 'The Healthy,' First Digital Vertical

    While health information is available online, actionable health information is another matter. "The Healthy" hopes to address that need. Read the whole story

  • Hearst CEO Promises No Layoffs, 1% Salary Bump

    Hearst is also purchasing television ads in a few markets to promote its newspapers and coverage of the COVID-19 virus. Read the whole story

  • UK's 'Jewish Chronicle', 'Jewish News' Shutter

    Their readership covers well over half of Great Britain's Jewish community. 'The Jewish Chronicle' bills itself as the oldest Jewish newspaper in the world. Read the whole story

  • 'Mad' Magazine's Famed Cartoonist Mort Drucker Dies At 91

    Drucker began working at the satirical parody pub 'Mad' in 1956 and spent 55 years with the title. Read the whole story

  • Prominent Figures Filling Apps With Fake News

    Researchers found misinformation from prominent figures made up 20% of the claims in their sample, although it accounted for 69% of total social media ... Read the whole story

  • IAB Touts Ad Targeting In Fight Against COVID-19

    "Through news and digital advertising mediums, the advertising industry has provided great societal benefit by serving as a megaphone that amplifies coronavirus information and ... Read the whole story