Publishers Daily Editions for September 2022
Publishers Daily - Friday, Sept. 16, 2022
Recurrent Ventures Acquires Design Brand Dwell
Publisher Minute Media Launches Supply-Side Platform To Link Pubs and Programmatic Buyers
Outbrain Debuts Tool To Integrate All Of A Site's Revenue Activities
Elizabeth Ralph Named New Editor Of 'Politico' Magazine
Google Gives Publishers More Ways To Manage First-Party Data
FTC Wants Platforms To Crack Down On Fake Reviews
In $3B Giveaway, Patagonia Redefines Brand Purpose
News-Based Email Newsletters Are Now A Huge Business
Publishers Daily - Thursday, Sept. 15, 2022
Judge Dismisses Libel Suit Against 'New York Times' and Taylor Lorenz
Publishers Turn To Apple's SKAdNetwork: Study
'HGTV Magazine''s October Issue Helmed By Guest Editor Jasmine Roth
Elizabeth Walters Named Interim Editor of 'USA Today' Network In South Carolina
Publishers Prepare For Loss Of Tracking Cookies With Other IDs
Tech Companies Urge Appeals Court To Hear Battle Over Gaming Apps
Arraignment Delayed For Alleged Killer Of Journalist
Publishers Daily - Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2022
Google Faces U.K., EU Class Action Suits Over Claims It Deprived Publishers Of Ad Revenue
Bloomberg Media Is Gearing Up In DC Prior To Elections
'Washington Post' Appoints Ben Williams Executive Features Editor
JCPA Is Headed For Another Scheduled Markup This Week
IAB: More Than Half Of Ad Data Signals Already Lost, Warns Legislation Is Greatest Threat
Twitter Shareholders Vote To Approve Musk's Buyout
Emojis Are Changing How People Converse Online, Study Shows
GAO Calls For Sweeping Online Privacy Law
What Can Be Done About Crisis Fatigue
Publishers Daily - Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2022
'Washington Post' Reorganizes Its Audience Growth And Strategy Group
'Avenue' Appoints Peter Davis Top Editor
Gannett Is Selling 4 Massachusetts Papers Marked For Closure
'Edible Phoenix' Publisher Is Stepping Down, Seeks Buyer
California's Newsom Signs $25M Journalism Fellowship Program Into Budget
Marketers See Bigger Need For IT Help As Technology Becomes More Advanced
Supreme Court Urged To Take Up Battle Over Google Lyric Scraping
Canny Consumers: Most Have Changed Their Spending Habits
Publishers Daily - Monday, Sept. 12, 2022
Lee Enterprises Bolsters Local Reporting With Public Service Journalism Team
Conde Nast Is Now An All-Union Company
U.S. And U.K. Readers Prefer Digital News, But About Half Prefer Print Magazines
'Women's Health' And 'Men's Health' Unveil Roster In 2022 Diversity Program
British Newspapers, Other Media Observe Ad Blackouts In Honor Of The Queen
Bundle IDs Complicate Bidding For CTV Ad Inventory
How Apple's 'Passkey' Changes The Future Of Mobile Advertising
Jeff German Killing Leads To Exploration Of Threats To Reporters
Publishers Daily - Friday, Sept. 9, 2022
Politician Held Without Bail In Alleged Slaying Of Journalist
Anderson Cooper Launches Podcast On Grief And Loss
Klobuchar Shelves Bill Allowing Newspapers To Bargain With Platforms, Blames Censorship Amendment
Gannett Seeks To Have Paperboy Sex-Abuse Cases Removed From Courts: Report
White House Backs New Privacy Laws, Section 230 Overhaul
Evergent And XroadMedia Form A Data Partnership
Colorado Monthly Becomes A Nonprofit
Google Experiencing Issue Affecting Ads Manager Data Transfer
Publishers Daily - Thursday, Sept. 8, 2022
Politician Arrested In Journalist's Killing In Las Vegas
States Newsroom Launches Email Daily On Reproductive Rights
Meltwater Partners With NewsGuard To Track Brands' Online Media Mentions
PR Software Firm Muck Rack Wins $180M In Series A Funding
Many Consumers Don't Know How Much They Spend On Subscriptions
Publishers Daily - Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2022
Coalition Urges Senate To Kill Journalism Competition And Preservation Act Bill
'Washington Post' And Newsy To Air Weekly Election Show
The 'New Yorker' Festival Returns To NYC As Live Event
Apple Podcasts Connect Sends The Wrong Emails In Apparent Misfire: Report
Judge Sides Against Facebook In Battle Over Washington State Political Ads
Yahoo Acquires The Factual, Adds Credibility Ratings To News Service
'Time' Slammed For Using Unintelligible' Pronouns
Publishers Daily - Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2022
Missouri AG Seeks Emails Sent By Journalism Professors
'Indianapolis Star' Reporters March To Protest Lack Of Contract With Gannett
'Time' Acquires Brandcast, No-Code Platform For Digital Storytelling
'Atlanta Journal Constitution' May Drop Weekday Print
Berkshire Hathaway Extends Custom Publishing With Havas, New Mag Targets Southern Cal
Samsung Mocks Apple's Lack Of Innovation In Latest Ad
National Geographic Lays Off Several Editors
Chain Reaction: People Are More Creative When Working Onsite, MIT Study Finds
Publishers Daily - Friday, Sept. 2, 2022
Wendy Naugle Named Editor In Chief Of 'People'
Twitter Tests An 'Edit Tweet' Feature
Iowa Family Sells Three Newspapers
Lake Norman Media Group Names A New Publisher
Connected TV Grabs Bigger Share Of Digital Video Ad Spending
Alphabet Loses Another Healthcare Expert, This Time to Klick
Slapps Lawsuits Seen As Threat To Reporters
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