Publishers Daily
Monday, October 12, 2020
  • 'Boston Globe' Names Peggy Byrd CMO, 'Harper's Bazaar' Adds 3 To Edit Team

    Byrd says she has "ambitious goals to develop our branding and outreach to activate stronger relationships within the communities we serve in order to ... Read the whole story

  • 'Romper' Names Elizabeth Angell Editorial Director

    Angell will lead Romper through a redesign this year. She will also have a more strategic role, including the vision of the brand and ... Read the whole story

  • Wanted, To Protect Democracy: Good Journalism

    We need more moments when an investigation -- or dogged determination -- transforms the public's knowledge of something profoundly important. Read the whole story

  • Twitter Moves To Curb Political Disinformation

    Hoping to prevent the viral spread of false information, Twitter will no longer allow users to "like" misleading posts by politicians, and will prohibit ... Read the whole story

  • Facebook Raking In Political Ads Amid Rivals' Crackdowns: Report

    In part because rival tech platforms have significantly limited or banned political ads to help protect the integrity of the Presidential election, Facebook pulled ... Read the whole story

  • Wall Street Bullish On Ad Rebound, Especially Digital

    Wall Street analysts have turned extra bullish on digital media, especially social and CTV and streaming services, according to reports from equity research firms ... Read the whole story