Publishers Daily Editions for February 2021
Publishers Daily - Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2021
'Baltimore Sun' Moves To Nonprofit Status, Magnifies Broader Trend
Pocket Outdoor Media Buys 'Outside' Properties, Rebrands
'The Washington Post' Names O'Lear Head Of Mobile Strategy, Combines News Apps
Facebook Drops Australian News Ban, Negotiates Payments, After Law Amendments
Spotify To Create Audio Ad Marketplace
Google Ends Political Ads Pause
Firefox Unveils New Tool To Prevent Cookie-Based Tracking
Google Adds Privacy Labels To Gmail App
Publishers Daily - Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2021
Microsoft Emerges As Unlikely Ally To Publishers In Sharing Ad Revenue
'L.A. Times' Denies Report It Is For Sale
'Vogue' Names Juan Costa Paz As Global Creative Director
House Bill Would Help Small Publishers Negotiate With Platforms: Report
Court Sides With Facebook Over BrandTotal Ban
Pod Digital Media Introduces First Multicultural-Only Podcast App
Trust Surges For Brand Biden
Amazon Is Millennials' No. 1 Brand. So Is Purpose-Driven Marketing Fruitless?
Publishers Daily - Monday, Feb. 22, 2021
Maryland's Digital Ad Tax Is Harmful To Publishers
'Time' Publishes 'Influentials' List, Faces Challenge Over Bookazine Contract
'Bon Appetit' Denies Chef Contest Involvement
Study Finds 66% Of Marketers Say Audience Beats Context -- But Publishers Disagree
Google Offers Ways To Improve Attribution, Performance As COVID Lockdowns Ease Locally
Tara Setmayer To Head New Lincoln Project Advisory Committee
Vendor Email Compromise Fraud Is Surging, Study Finds
Consumers Seek Relationships That Go Beyond Just Selling: Study
Brand Safety For CTV Comes First, Performance Is A Close Second
How To Build Support For A Customer Data Platform
Publishers Daily - Friday, Feb. 19, 2021
Facebook's Block On News Sharing In Australia Has Familiar Ring
'Saveur' Kills Print Title, 'Delish' Starts Quarterly
Richard Tofel To Retire From 'ProPublica'
A&G Seeks Client, Agency Support For 'Protect Our Press' Initiative
Facebook Emails Reveal Company Knew Of Inflated Metrics, Marketers Argue
Omnicom Eyes Return To Growth By Q2 2021
When Talking About Gen Z, You Must Talk Culture
Google Services Just The Beginning Of Subscription-Based Offers In 2021
Publishers Daily - Thursday, Feb. 18, 2021
Murdoch Forces Google's Hand With Payment Plan For News
Alden Global Capital To Acquire Tribune Publishing For $630 Million
'Forbes' Launches First-Party Data Platform
iHeart Acquires Triton Digital For $230 Million
Obit: 'Big Fat Idiot,' Dead At 70
Taboola Uses AI, Deep Learning To Build Personalized Loyalty Segments For Publishers
Pandemic Accelerated Shift To Digital, And Nobody Is Going Back: Study
Data Signals Rise Of The Robots, Reddit Too
Publishers Daily - Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2021
'NY Post' Publishes 'Spiked' Bret Stephens Column About McNeil Departure From 'Times'
Scrutiny Of 'New York Times' Editors Won't Hurt Revenue
Vox Taps Swati Sharma As Editor-In-Chief
Crypto Site 'Decrypt' Hires Journalists From 'Yahoo Finance,' 'Fortune'
Cable Industry And California Want To Move Forward With Net Neutrality Battle
PureB2B Combines Three Types Of Intent Data In Tool For Tech Marketers
Streaming TV Leads All Consumer Subscription Businesses
LP Hires Paul Hastings To Probe Alleged Weaver Wrongdoing
Publishers Daily - Tuesday, Feb. 16, 2021
Active Interest Media's CEO Buys The Company
Microsoft's Argument That Google Should Pay For News Is Flawed
'NYT' Tests Paid Model For Kids' Digital Subscriptions
'Fort Worth Report' To Debut This Spring, Focuses On City Accountability And Service Journalism
Huffington Post And Yahoo Defeat Carter Page's Defamation Lawsuit
Social Platform Parler Returns Online
What Are The Ethical Implications Of Technology?
Lincoln Project Pauses Fundraising Amid Harassment Scandal
UK Businesses Now Burdened With Two GDPR Laws
Publishers Daily - Monday, Feb. 15, 2021
Meredith, Dive Studios And 'The Economist' Launch New Podcasts
Fox Hosts Present Case For Dismissal Of Libel Suit
Microsoft Backs Publishers Getting Paid For News, Even In U.S.
Ad Execs Viewing Media More As A 'Quality' Than A Commodity
Woolmington On The Shifts That Will Drive AdLand in 2021
Supreme Court Should Turn Away Facebook In Battle Over Tracking, Users Argue
Super Bowl Ads Win The Super Bowl Of Hypocrisy
How Substack Works For Email Newsletter Readers
Publishers Daily - Friday, Feb. 12, 2021
Conde Nast Rent Dispute Highlights NYC Office Dilemma
Bloomberg Is Laying Off 90 Editorial Staffers
Meghan Markle Wins Privacy Case Against Associated Newspapers
Obit: 'Hustler' Publisher Larry Flynt Dies At 78
Facebook Reports Double-Digit Drop In Hate Speech And Harmful Content, Cites Advances In AI
Trump Used Media Money To Market An Insurrection
Report: Industry Split On Whether Media Plans Drive Buys Or Vice Versa
Apple Tests New Search Ad, Moves To Become Safe Advertising Supplier
Publishers Daily - Thursday, Feb. 11, 2021
'NYT' Appoints Rebecca Blumenstein As Deputy Editor, Publisher's Office
How Publishers Can Improve Subscriber Retention With Data Insights
British Magazine 'Woman & Home' Debuts Digital Soft Launch In U.S.
Harris Poll Finds Americans Burning Out Of Digital Screens, Tuning Out Digital Ads
Brand Intent Data Shows Interest in Blogging Rising
IPG Reports 5.4% Q4 Organic Dip As U.S. Remains 'Remarkably Resilient'
Narrative And Specialists Partner On Location Data Access
TikTok Sale On Hold As Biden Admin Reviews Global Tech Security
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