Publishers Daily Editions for June 2021
Publishers Daily - Wednesday, June 16, 2021
Andreessen Horowitz's 'Future' Site Won't Threaten Tech Publishers
Association Of Magazine Editors Blasts Efforts To Ban Teaching 1619 Project
'Popular Science' Owner North Equity Sets Up Recurrent Ventures To Expand Digital
'WaPo' Launches 'A Better Week' To Address Post-Pandemic World
'D' Magazine Owner Sues Over Disparagement
Florida's Ban On 'Deplatforming' Faces Broad Opposition
Analysis: Independent Newsletters Still At Mercy Of Google
Jailed Hong Kong Publisher's Magazine Fined In Privacy Case
Disney's Chapek: No Plans To Offer Disney+ Ad-Supported Option
Facebook Friends Do Not Equal Real Friends
How Apple's New Features Will Affect Email Marketing
Publishers Daily - Tuesday, June 15, 2021
How Publishers Can Prepare For A Cookieless Future
Twitter Previews Subscribe Button Prior To Rollout
'Vanity Fair' European Editions Collaborate On Pride Month
'Jewish Quarterly' Offers Digital Access To 68-Year-Old Archives
Fake Online Reviews Becoming A $152 Billion Problem, CHEQ Finds
2021: A Year Of U.S. Ad Growth Revisions
Twitter Asks Appellate Court For 'Emergency' Order Blocking Texas Investigation
Biden Urged To Nominate Tie-Breaking Democrat To FCC
Disney Has Its Best Upfront, 40% Of Monies Earmarked For Streamers
Why Context Matters, Especially When It's Standing Right In Front Of You
Apple's Magical Thinking
Don't Fear Negative Reviews
The Best Entertainment Companies Are Entertainment Brands
Publishers Daily - Monday, June 14, 2021
Digital Investments Are Still Key For Publisher Ad Growth
'Forbes' Launches Subscription Service For Marketing Partners
American Airlines Magazine Flies Away
AI Is Ready To Enter The Publishing Game
New GOP Bill Would Force Web Platforms To Host All 'Lawful' Speech
After Delay, Apple To Intro Podcast Subscriptions June 15
Netflix Starts E-Commerce Online Store For Products Based On Its TV Shows, Movies
GroupM Nearly Doubles 2021 U.S. Ad Growth Projection, Revises 2020 Decline To Less Than A Point
Amazon Reportedly Faces $425 Million Privacy Fine In Europe
Winning The War For Teen Talent
Apple Adds Video, Music Sharing To FaceTime
Publishers Daily - Friday, June 11, 2021
Publishers Can Reduce Subscriber Churn By Updating Collection Methods
Publishers Bank On First-Party Data To Drive Subs, Ad Revenue
'The Week' Redesigns Its Site To Move Readers Quickly To News, Opinion
New GOP Bill Would Force Web Platforms To Host All 'Lawful' Speech
Amazon Reportedly Faces $425 Million Privacy Fine In Europe
AMV BBDO London Named The One Show's Agency Of The Year
Google Cloud Chief Joins Federal Task Force Researching AI
GroupM: PACs Now Rank As One Of The Biggest Standalone Ad Categories
Twilio Segment Launches Tool For Creating Personalized Customer Journeys
Comcast Stops Funding Hulu: Report
Publishers Daily - Thursday, June 10, 2021
Picketing Anna Wintour's House Feels Like An Empty Gesture
'NY Times' Names Stella Bugbee As Style Editor, Choire Sicha Moving To 'New York'
Annette Thomas Is Leaving Post As CEO, Guardian Media Group
JewBelong Fights Anti-Semitism With Serious Humor
Biden Revokes Ban On TikTok And WeChat
Analysis: Apple's New Plan A Threat To Email Newsletters
Instagram Unravels The Mysteries Of How Its Algorithms Work
Best Times To Post On Social Media For Consumer Engagement
Why Banning Deplatforming, Increased Data Privacy May Help Internet
The Advice Economy: Next Big Market Disruptor
Publishers Daily - Wednesday, June 9, 2021
Outages Hit Numerous Publishing Sites, Fastly Says Problem Is Solved
Apple's Latest Privacy Updates Will Hurt Value Of Ad Inventories
Thrillist To Launch A LGBTQIA+ Travel Channel
New Campaign To Combat Antisemitism Launched In New York
Instagram Introduces Creator Affiliate Program, Ways To Monetize Content
NYC Entertainment Venues Open With The Boss On Broadway, Foo Fighters At MSG, VMAs At Barclays
Colorado Passes Privacy Law Giving Residents Right To Opt Out Of Ad Targeting
Pinterest Debuts Shopping List Feature
The Privacy War Has Begun
Publishers Daily - Tuesday, June 8, 2021
Gannett Was Right To Resist FBI's Demand For Reader Information
NetWise Claims Tool Helps B2B Publishers Target Audiences
'The Atlantic' Teams Up With Knotch To Provide Sponsored Content Metrics
Google Fights The Nation, Other Publishers Over Antitrust Claims
Facebook Won't Take A Cut From Content Creators Until 2023
Discovery Inc. Sells Off Great American Country Network To Investor Group
Toyota Launches Its First National Campaign On Twitch
How To Become A Word-Of-Mouth Maven
Publishers Daily - Monday, June 7, 2021
Publishers Want To Diversify Into Video, Digital Audio Sales
Gannett Fights Subpoena Requiring It To Identify Readers Of 'USA Today' Story
'Washington Post,' 'People' Launch New Podcasts
Facebook Bans Trump For Two Years, Tightens Rules For Politicians
Twitter Launches Subscription Service, Starting In Canada, Australia
Study: Consumers Want To Know What Data Brands Have On Them
Big Movie Biz Is Back - Or Just Back To Historical Declines?
First Amendment Trumps Biometric Privacy Law, Amazon Says
Brands Love 'Customer Segmentation,' Agencies, Not So Much
Publishers Daily - Friday, June 4, 2021
Blackstone's Purchase Of IDG Is Mostly About Tech Data, Not Publishing
FEC Fines AMI In 'Hush' Payment Case, But Not Trump
Tribune Staffers Feel Let Down By Union In Midst Of Buyout Talks
Google Rethinks Ad Policy For Crypto Exchanges And Play Developers
Magna Teams With Spotify: Finds Americans Suffer From 'Screen Fatigue,' Turn To Audio
AMC Entertainment's Stock Spike Could Signal Movie Growth
Facebook Appoints First Chief Business Officer
Boris Johnson's Party Fined For Sending Unwanted Emails
The Atlantic's In-House Agency Is Spun Off And Rebranded
Publishers Daily - Thursday, June 3, 2021
Hearst's Employee Buyouts Will Help To Avert Job Cuts
Gannett Digital Producers Form A Union
Study: Op-ed Pages Work Better When They Focus Only On Local Issues
WarnerMedia To Launch A CNN+ Streaming Service Next Year
Trump Shutters Floundering Blog
New HBO Max Ad Option Enlists 35 Advertisers
Facebook Details Focus For Business Messaging At F8
Audience-Based Buying Is Taking Over -- How Advertisers Can Successfully Adapt
Move Toward A U.S. Privacy Law Loses Momentum
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