Publishers Daily Editions for April 2021
Publishers Daily - Thursday, April 15, 2021
Google's 'Project Bernanke' Should Sow More Publisher Distrust
Battle For Tribune Publishing Takes On A Political Cast
'Now This,' TikTok Partner On Weekly COVID-19 Series
Brands Expect To Spend More On Marketing This Year: Study
Few Older Americans Trust Social Media Advertising
Biden Administration Still Weighing TikTok And WeChat Bans
Study Finds Ad Execs Believe CTV Benefitted From Pandemic, Now More Effective Than Linear TV
Netflix Boasts Best Monthly Churn Rate, Disney+ Comes In Second
Publishers Daily - Wednesday, April 14, 2021
'WSJ' Editors Suggest Coverage To Reach More Diverse Audiences
Reuters Names Alessandra Galloni As Editor-in-Chief
'Time' Magazine Accepts Bitcoin, Plans Crypto Video Series
Lee Enterprise To Cut Staff, Sell Real Estate At Virginia Paper
Contextual Ad Developer GumGum Reaps $75 Million Investment From Goldman Sachs
GroupM: China Now Accounts For 5% Of World's Biggest Marketers, But Tensions Abound
Would Biden's Infrastructure-Broadband Plan Impact A DirecTV/Dish Merger?
YouTube TV Tries Discounted Offers
New Attribution Tool Is Based On First-Party Data
Hasbro To Market $700 Robotic 'Transformers' Toys
Publishers Daily - Tuesday, April 13, 2021
Vox Media Buys Podcast Company Cafe Studios, Drawn By Strong Ad Business
'Wall Street Journal' Internal Report Highlights Battle Of Conversions, Churn
Gawker Is Returning With Leah Finnegan As Editor
Media Firm Bonnier Launches A Diversity Service
Cannes Lions Unveils Jurors, Women Now The Majority
Facebook Says BrandTotal Not Entitled To Gather Ad-Related Data
Brand Bonding: Most Consumers Remain Loyal During The Pandemic
U.S. Now Has More Streaming Subscriptions Than People: Report
German Newspaper 'Bild' To Launch A TV Channel
Publishers Daily - Monday, April 12, 2021
Top 10 Newspapers See Print Circ Fall By Double Digits During The Pandemic
Conde Nast's Renewed Internship Program Is Another Sign Of Returning To Normalcy
Illinois Publisher Better Newspapers Buys 2 Local Papers
The Weekly 'Forward' Newsletter Renamed 'Looking Forward'
Update On the Battle To Buy Tribune Publishing
Texas AG Violates First Amendment By Blocking Critics On Twitter, Group Says
Marketing/Media M&As Begin Bouncing Back
Twitter's Video Ad Platform Targets TV Dollars By Adding Nielsen Cross-Media Solutions
Facebook, LinkedIn Job Ad Algorithms Studied For Gender Bias
Gen Z Desires Big-City Life And Jobs That Make A Difference, Study Finds
Publishers Daily - Friday, April 9, 2021
'60 Minutes,' Newspapers Fail To Prove DeSantis 'Pay To Play'
Edit Hires Announced At 'San Francisco Examiner,' 'New York Times' And 'Berkeleyside'
Kalmbach Launches Railroading Membership 'Portal'
Facebook Paying People For Information That Feeds AI Algorithms To Prevent Bias
Deepfakes A Growing Cyberthreat Concern
YouTube Urges Judge To Throw Out QAnon Lawsuit Over Video Takedowns
Advertisers Say Podcasts Of Growing Importance, Though Measurement Problematic
Sexism In Advertising Is (Still) Not So Sneaky
TBWA\Chiat\Day LA Leads Effort To Curb Vaccine Skepticism Within BPOC Community
GDPR Is A Privacy Recipe For The World
Publishers Daily - Thursday, April 8, 2021
Tribune Breakup Would Reverse Years Of Consolidation
'Teen Vogue' Names Danielle Kwateng As Executive Editor
Washington Post's Digital Platform Rebrands As Arc XP
Social Media Is Ubiquitous, Younger Demos More Active On Instagram, Snapchat
Yelp Introduces Searchable Asian-Owned Business Feature To Promote Love
Broadband Industry Urges Appeals Court To Block California Net Neutrality Rules
Pandemic, What Pandemic: Internet Ad Spending Surged 12.2% To $139.8B In 2020
Yahoo Answers Is Shutting Down After 16 Years
The Buzz On B2B: Email Is Tops For Both Acquisition And Retention
Will Social Media Paywalls Be Common In The Future?
Google Adds Animations To Gmail For Android Swipe Actions
Publishers Daily - Wednesday, April 7, 2021
UK's 'Telegraph' Adds Newsroom Jobs As Subscriptions Grow 39%
'Forbes' To Auction Winklevoss Cover As An NFT
B2B Content Marketers Get Higher Salaries, Bonuses Than B2C
Justice Department Warns About Fake Post-Vaccine Survey Scams
Scripps OTT Newsy Now An Over-The-Air TV Platform
Media Researchers: Politics Ruins Everything, Including Media Research
Ads From Website Developer Wix Play On Hacking Fears
How Killi Unveil Makes Data Accessible To 320M Americans
Social Media Reflects Rights Vs. Obligations Split
ACLU Shares Data With Facebook: Report
Topps Goes Public, With Valuation A Cool $1.3B
Publishers Daily - Tuesday, April 6, 2021
Bidding War For Tribune Framed As Moral Choice
Bainum, Wyss Outbid Alden For Tribune Publishing
Lee Enterprise Outlines Digital Growth Strategy, Expands Video
Supreme Court Won't Revive Right-Wing Activists' Lawsuit Against Tech Platforms
Instagram For Kids Raises 'Serious Concerns,' Lawmakers Say
Horizon Media Develops PSA To Fight Asian Hate
Tegna Starts Twist, Lifestyle Local Digital-Based TV Network
Institute For Advertising Ethics President Says Industry Needs Standards, Guidelines
Facebook Unveils New Ad Units Tailored For Streamers
In Favor Of Cancel Culture
Facebook Breach Exposes Data On 553 Million Users
Publishers Daily - Monday, April 5, 2021
High Court Wisely Upholds FCC Rules On Media Cross-Ownership
Tiny News Collective Receives Investment From Google News Initiative
'Editor & Publisher' Plays April Fool's Joke On Readers
Hat In Hand, Lincoln Project Says Upcoming Midterms 'Most Consequential' Ever
Facebook Explores Ranking Some Key Content Categories Differently
49% Of Americans View Brand Activism Positively, But Just A Third Think It Will Drive Real Change
Google Presses Judge To Throw Out Larceny Claim In Chrome Privacy Battle
GM Commits To Spending 4% Of Ad Budget With Black-Owned Media
France's New Lockdown Puts Another Wrench In The Works For This Year's Lions Festival
Publishers Daily - Friday, April 2, 2021
Biden's Infrastructure Plan May Be Problematic For Publishers
States Newsroom Debuts 21st Local Outlet: 'Idaho Capital Sun'
Drew Barrymore To Launch Quarterly Lifestyle Magazine In June
OkayMedia Names Isha Sesay CEO, Focuses On Black Culture
Court Upholds FCC's Loosening Of Media Cross-Ownership Rules
Facebook: Trump Can't Use Daughter-In-Law's Account To Circumvent Ban
New Facebook Filter Gives Users, Including Brands, More Control Of News Feed
Pinterest Launches Its First B2B Ad Campaign
Facebook Prevails In Robotexting Battle
Patti Smith Starts An Email Newsletter
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