Publishers Daily Editions for November 2022
Publishers Daily - Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2022
Nancy Barnes To Serve As Editor Of 'The Boston Globe'
Some Readers Are Canceling Digital Subscriptions
Cathleen McGuigan To Step Down As EIC of 'Architectural Record'
Number Of Mobile Apps Without Privacy Policies Steadily Declines
Google To Pay $392 Million To Settle With State AGs Over Location Privacy
Meta Layoffs Mean Facebook Is Parting Ways With News
Google Business Reviews Disappear Due To Buggy Update
Publishers Daily - Monday, Nov. 14, 2022
News Deserts Are Growing, Publishing Executives Say
Meredith Long Joins Common Sense Networks As CRO
El Sentinel, Spanish-Language Newspaper, Is Ceasing Publication
Frequence And Lineup Systems Partner On Sales Automation For Media
The Content Slog: Brands Are Frustrated With Their Creative Process
Senator Blasts Musk Over 'Dangerous And Unacceptable' Twitter Changes
Apple Hit With Privacy Complaint Over Data Collection
Publishers Daily - Friday, Nov. 11, 2022
Johnson Newspaper Corp. To Close Massena, New York Printing Plant
Judge Tosses Libel Suit Filed By Author Matt Hayward
'VTDigger' Names Paul Heintz As EIC And Maggie Cassidy As Managing Editor
Richard Clark Named Publisher And VP By AIM Media Indiana
FTC Has 'Deep Concern' About Twitter: 'No CEO Is Above The Law'
Zero Clicks On Google Search Results Are More Likely On Desktop Computers
Amazon Music Teams With W+K For Global Brand Campaign
Critics Say Political Ad 'Goes Too Far'
Publishers Daily - Thursday, Nov. 10, 2022
'Forbes' Is Close To Sale To Investor Consortium: Report
Gannett President Wadsworth Is Stepping Down
Hearst's launches San Antonio Service Hub
Meta To Lay Off 11,000, 13% Of Workforce
WebMD Must Face Video Privacy Lawsuit
1-800 Contacts Urges Court To Revive Claims Over Search Ads
Podcasts Take Over As A Top B2B Channel
Publishers Daily - Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2022
Conde Nast Sues Musical Artists Drake, 21 Savage For Alleged Misuse Of 'Vogue' Mark
IAC Reports A Larger Q3 Operating Loss
Appeals Court Upholds New Hampshire's Criminal Libel Law
Republican Voters Are More Likely Than Democrats To Worry About Media Bias
Eyeo Acquires Blockthrough To Further Support Advertisers, Publishers
Highest-Earning Apps Per User: Study Spans Social Media, Entertainment, Finance
States Urge Court To Block Meta's Acquisition of Supernatural
How To Write An Engaging Email Newsletter
Publishers Daily - Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022
Forbes Exec Jessica Sibley Named CEO Of Time
Legendary Hearst Editor Ellen Levine Dies At 79
'High Times' Acquires Moxie's California Cannabis Operations
'Task & Purpose' Names Marty Skovlund Jr. As EIC
Republican Voters Are More Likely Than Democrats To Worry About Media Bias
Twitter Trying To Hire Back Dozens Of Workers, Bans Unlabeled Parody Accounts
Ikea Sends Cease And Desist Letter To Game Developer
Blockthrough Co-Founder Looks At The Future Of Ad Blocking
Publishers Daily - Monday, Nov. 7, 2022
'UFO' Magazine Loses Trademark Suit Against Showtime
Gannett Workers Walk Out To Protest Cuts
'Time' Promotes 3 On Leadership Team, Plans Values Partnership Division
CherryRoad Media Acquires 'The McCall Start-News'
Broadband Provider Hit With $47 Million Verdict Over Piracy By Subscribers
Apple Reportedly Will Build Ad Network Around Major League Soccer
Data Reveals Twitter Has Been Shedding Advertisers Since June
Publishers Daily - Friday, Nov. 4, 2022
McClatchy Offers Self-Service Ad-Buying Platform
Gannett Posts 10.3% Decline in Q3 Revenue
Alabama Media Group To Shutter Its Print Editions In 2023
UK Publisher Banned From Business For Selling Ads That Never Ran In Magazine
Mobile Data Broker Kochava Seeks Dismissal Of Privacy Class-Action
Consumers Enter Holiday Season Feeling More Cautious
Jumping The Wall: Marketers And Publishers Feel Hemmed In By Google
Right-Wing Lawmaker Prevails In Battle Over Twitter Block
Top Execs And Their Lawyers Trust Traditional Media The Most: Study
Publishers Daily - Thursday, Nov. 3, 2022
Some Gannett Journalists Are Taking Offered Buyouts: Reports
AIM Media Midwest Acquires Bryan Publishing Assets, Service For Digital Publishers, Leaves Beta
Golfer Patrick Reed Files $250M Libel Suit
Adobe Launches Media Consolidation Review
Scammers Bombard 'Verified' Twitter Users, Pose Potential Danger To Brands' Ad Funds, Reputation
Streaming Hits Record High In TV Share, Cable A Record Low
How To Make Email Newsletters Work For You
Publishers Daily - Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2022
Consumers Seek To Bypass Paywalls On Publishing Sites: Study
Truthdig, Progressive News Site, Relaunches
PopSugar Collects Abortion Stories From All 50 States
Tom Breen Named Editor of New Haven Independent
Family Structure Shapes Media Habits For Many Teens
Musk Plans To Charge Twitter Users $20 Per Month For Verification
Gameloft App Violated Children's Privacy Law, Watchdog Says
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