Publishers Daily Editions for January 2021
Publishers Daily - Friday, Jan. 29, 2021
Will Barstool Sports Founder's Demand For Justice Be Heard?
'New York Times' Names Editor To Guide Audio Unit After 'Caliphate' Flap
Conde Nast Plans To Open 'Allure' Store In New York City
Zuckerberg Claims Facebook Will Reduce Political Content Volume, 'Turn Down The Temperature'
Walmart Sets Sights On Building A Top-10 Advertising Platform, Rebrands Media Business
Facebook Oversight Board's First 5 Rulings Don't Include A Call On Trump Ban
Social Media-Related Entertainment, Sports Records Lower Q4 Engagement
Facebook's Decisions To Remove Content Are Overruled By Oversight Board
How Change Has Become The New Digital Normal
Marketers, Take Advantage Of The Podcast Boom
Publishers Daily - Thursday, Jan. 28, 2021
Publishers Have Little To Fear From Twitter's Entry Into Newsletters
'Washington Post' Editor Marty Baron Will Retire Next Month
'Boston Globe' Union Attacks Management For Trump Ties
'People Royals' Magazine To Reign Quarterly
Preserve Section 230, Watchdogs Urge Biden
Viewable Ad Net Expands Into Platform, Offers Publishing Industry Its Own 'VaaS' Model
Google Details What Apple's App-Tracking Transparency Policy Means For Advertisers
Microsoft Advertising Quietly Introduces Multimedia Ad Unit In Search
CBS Sells Out Super Bowl Ad Time
Doctoring Doom
Publishers Daily - Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2021
Publishers Must Remain Vigilant Toward Google's Cookie Substitute
'Rolling Stone' Launches Blogger Network For Paying 'Thought Leaders'
'NYT Book Review' Turns 125, Showcases Legendary Writers
Twitter's Revue Purchase Will Fuel Email Newsletters
Twitter Unveils Crowd-Annotation Pilot To Fact-Check Questionable Tweets
Google Starting To Meet Consumer Demand For Organic Search
North Dakota's Proposed Opt-In Privacy Law Needs Overhaul, Ad Industry Argues
COMvergence Reports Smaller And Fewer Marcom M&A Deals in 2020
Pinterest Makes Bets On Augmented Reality
Google Claims New Ad Techniques Are Almost As Good As Cookies
Publishers Daily - Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2021
Twitter Needs A 'Check Yourself' Warning For Journalists
Taboola Aims For $2.6 Billion Valuation With SPAC Deal
Former 'WSJ.Magazine' Publisher Bahrenburg To Lead 'Robb Report' Luxury Sales
'Texas Monthly' Names Librio VP, Custom Publishing
NBCU, Twitter Expand Advertising, Content Deal Globally
New Platform Brings Email, Other Channels Together For Consumers: Report
Agency Leaders Discuss Mission Critical Challenges, Opportunities For 2021
Court Won't Revive Journalist's Lawsuit Against Twitter
President Biden Assails TV Lies Told For 'Power And Profit'
When Voters Become Fans Instead Of Citizens
Publishers Daily - Monday, Jan. 25, 2021
Australians Can Learn To Live Without Google And Its Empty Threat
'Time' Plans Decade-Long Project For Post-COVID Future
'Allrecipes' Promotes Nichole Aksamit To Editor In Chief
Facebook Refers Trump Ban To Its Oversight Board
Blacklists, Whitelists: Where Can You Advertise Anymore?
Report Reveals Magnitude Of Google's Economic Impact To Business And Consumers
Supreme Court Urged To Preserve Ruling Against Trump Over Twitter Blocks
Media Stocks Love Joe Biden. Will He Love Them Back?
Publishers Daily - Friday, Jan. 22, 2021
Magazine Covers Still Have Power To Capture History Being Made
Union Workers At 'New Yorker' Stage Walkout Over Pay Dispute
G/O Media Plans To Add 30 Employees While Diversifying Workforce
Amazon Doesn't Have To Host Parler, Judge Rules
AI Sways Judgment On Breaking News, Misinformation, Study Suggests
2020 Was Banner Year For Mobile App Downloads, Too
Data Breaches Are Becoming More Sophisticated: Report
Whither The Lincoln Project Now That Trump Is Gone?
States That Want To Secede: Don't Let Door Hit You On Way Out
Campaign Addresses Climate Change Deniers
The Top Email Marketing Trends Of 2021
Publishers Daily - Thursday, Jan. 21, 2021
Consumers Spend Less Time With Ad-Supported Media, Publishers Will Feel Impact
Billionaire Joe Ricketts Plans To Start National News Outlet
Local Media Group Teams With Mather On Subscription Services
'Pittsburgh Post-Gazette' To Cut Friday Print Edition, Pursues Digital-Only Goal
Fox Digital Layoffs Include Exec Involved In Calling Arizona For Biden
Saturday Morning Seeks To Expand Beyond Advertising
Battle Over Trump's Twitter Blocks Could Still Reach Supreme Court
The Most-Clicked Phishing Subject Lines: Analysis
Publishers Daily - Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2021
Supreme Court Must Repeal Newspaper-Broadcast Ownership Ban
'Forbes' Expands Paid Newsletter Platform For 'Journalist Entrepreneurs'
Ebony Publisher Names Michele Ghee CEO
Facebook Upgraded To 'Outperform' Despite Apple's Moves And Antitrust Headwinds
Time Spent With Ad-Supported Media Hits All-Time Low, Despite Gains In Total Media Use
Survey: 46% Of SMBs Believe Recovery Will Start In June
Ad Campaign Censored By Facebook Algorithm
Netflix Adds 8.5 Million Subscribers, Cash-Flow Positive in 2021
Publishers Daily - Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2021
Email Underpins Publisher Efforts To Collect First-Party Data
Gannett Sets Goal For 10 Million Paid Digital Subscriptions
Report: Apple Plans Podcasting Subscription Service
Rep. Boebert Sued For Violating 1st Amendment By Blocking Critic On Twitter
National CineMedia Strikes 'Noovie' Deal With Place-Based Captivate
Power Digital Acquires Social Method
More Than $80B Spent In FCC Auction, Wireless Providers Recalculate
Free Local Broadcast Streaming Portal Locast Now Has 2.3M Registered Users, 26 Markets
Publishers Daily - Monday, Jan. 18, 2021
'Axios' Shows How Publishers Are Testing New Revenue Sources
'Medium' Buys Social Ebook Platform Glose
Group Nine's SPAC Kicks Off Public Trading
'Billboard' Taps Julian Holguin As President
Pandemic-Affected Global Theatrical Movies Drops 72% To $12.2 Billion
CES Generated Net Positive Social Buzz, Samsung Was The Dominant Brand
Mailchimp Blocks Pro-Gun Lobby Group's Email: Report
On The Culpability Of Social Media
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