Publishers Daily Editions for August 2022
Publishers Daily - Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2022
'Washington Post' Mulls Staff Reduction: Report
Scripps Names Jim Iovino Head Of the Scripps Journalism Journey Initiative
'The Seattle Times' Uses Platform To Drive Local Events, Ticketing
Writer Plans Print-Only Magazine For Backpackers
California Passes Bill Restricting Data Collection From Minors
Streaming Subscriber Revenue Projected To Rise 32% By 2024, Slowdown To Follow
Publishers Daily - Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2022
'Washington Examiner' Pulls 25% Online Growth In July, While Most Conservative Sites Lose Traffic
The Lie Detector: Researchers Say They Can Prevent Belief In Fake News
Florida Seeks To Halt Paid Government Notices In Newspapers
Critics Say JCPA Will Lead To Firing Of Journalists
Appeals Court Revives Ad-Tech Company's Antitrust Claims Against Google
Inflation Toll: 26% Of Americans Have Cut Back On SVOD, Pay TV
AI And Content Creation: The Coming Content Avalanche
Publishers Daily - Monday, Aug. 29, 2022
'The Press Of Atlantic City' Is Starting A 'Hyperlocal' Newspaper And Closing Six Weeklies
CafeMedia Acquires Slickstream For Bloggers From Hivepoint
'The Work of Design,' Interior Design Magazine, Debuts Online
Gannett's Layoffs Cut Some Staffs To The Bone
Lawyer Of Accused New Hampshire Publisher Says There Was 'No Criminal intent'
Facebook Settles Privacy Lawsuit Over Cambridge Analytica Data Grab
Heart Of Hearts: Consumers Achieve A State of Self-Focus On Their Phones
Publishers Daily - Friday, Aug. 26, 2022
Gannett Offloads Some Pension Liabilities To Insurers
Anna Bateson Named Chief Executive Of Guardian Media Group
New Hampshire Publisher Arrested, Charged For Not Labeling Political Ads As Such
Zencastr Offers Video-Audio Podcast Platform
Google Airbrushed Environmental Impact In Search Flights Carbon Calculator, Experts Say
59% Of U.S. Adults Watch Video Daily On Non-TV Devices
Publishers Daily - Thursday, Aug. 25, 2022
Most Americans Favor JCPA Passage, Study Finds
Quaker, Regent Seven Sears Sponsor 'Smithsonian Magazine's' Museum Day
Marginalized Communities Get Unequal News Coverage, Philly Study Finds
Paul Moakley Joins 'The New Yorker' As Executive Video Producer
iHeartMedia To Host Metaverse Concerts In 'Fortnite' Virtual World
Commemorating The Golden Age Of Streaming
Reporters Lose Their Jobs In Iowa As Part Of Gannett Cuts
Publishers Daily - Wednesday, Aug. 24, 2022
Appeals Court Blocks Charges In Criminal Libel Case
Apple Removes Owner Tag, Email Requirements For Podcasts
Arkansas Paper 'Helena World' Acquires And Will Rename 'Monroe County Herald'
Scribd, Content Subscription Service, Hires Ariana Hellebuyck As CMO
Yandex Sells News Service To Russian Investors, Focuses On Search
Google Battles Assistant Users Over Accidental Voice Recordings
Local Newspapers Face Loss Of Legal Notice Revenue
Publishers Daily - Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2022
Senate Tackles Journalism Competition & Preservation Act
Google Launches Dedicated YouTube Podcasts Site
'The New Yorker' Promotes, Shifts Duties Of Several Staffers
Dotdash Meredith Gives Up Iowa Tax Credits
Privacy Claim Revived Against Ad-Tech Company NaviStone
Most Firms Suffer From 'Identity Sprawl': Study
Publishers Daily - Monday, Aug. 22, 2022
Apple Debuts Podcast Popularity Charts
'USA Today' Joins With The Weather Channel, Tripadvisor To Offer Subscription Bundles
In First-Ever Brand Ads, Rite Aid Aims For 'Radical Empathy'
Consumer Sues Gannett For Alleged Auto-Sub Renewal After She Cancelled
'House Beautiful' Selects Georgia House For Its Whole Home Makeover
Authors Guild And Others Blast Internet Archive's Lending Library
Journalists Leave 'New York Daily News' Over Unhappiness With Alden Global Capital
Publishers Daily - Friday, Aug. 19, 2022
Battle Over North Carolina's Criminal Libel Law Moves To The Appeals Court
Nonprofit Newsroom Wins Libel Suit Filed By Developer
'Popular Science' Partners On Air Purifier In First Product Offering With Aterian
Audio Producer SpokenLayer Employs 'Brand-Safe' Ad Platform For Publishers
Google's New Ranking Algorithm Wants Content Written For Humans
American Eagle Uses Music For New TikTok, Metaverse Efforts
Almost Half Of All Americans Can't Afford Their Former Lifestyle
'Cream' Is About To Reappear After Decades
Publishers Daily - Thursday, Aug. 18, 2022
Google Wins Defamation Appeal When Australian Court Says It Is 'Not A Publisher'
Most Hispanics Listen To Podcasts, But Monthly Use Has Fallen Slightly: Study
'Deadline Detroit' Is Going Dark
'Bass Player' Magazine Eliminates Its Print Edition
Havas Puts Its Programmatic Money Where Its Carbon Is, Names PubMatic A Preferred SSP
Harm Results when Editors Fail To Edit
An Ode To Email (And Yes, It Rhymes)
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