Publishers Daily Editions for May 2024
Publishers Daily - Friday, May 31, 2024
Chicago Bellweather: Local News Consumption In Third-Largest Metro Area
People Are Using Generative AI, But Not To Access News
Gannett to Serve As Media Content Partner For Soccer Championship
'Parents' Launches 'Familia by Parents,' A Community for Latine Families
Facebook Users Go For Celebrity Gossip, Want Less Political Content In Feed: Report
Amazon Loses Round In Facial Recognition Battle With Teen Gamer
Reimagining Maslow, But For Gen Z
Publishers Daily - Thursday, May 30, 2024
AI Rush: Vox And 'The Atlantic' Sign Deals With OpenAI
Foundry Chooses Taboola To Fuel Digital Content
Chris Rayner Joins 'Newsweek' To Lead Agency Relations, Business Development
UK's 'Evening Standard' Switches From Daily To Weekly Print
Dentsu Boosts US, Worldwide Ad Outlook
FTC Can Proceed With 'Dark Patterns' Charges Against Amazon
The State of Ad Tech In 2024
Publishers Daily - Wednesday, May 29, 2024
'Spin' Rolls Out: Bob Guccione, Jr. Returns With First Print Issue In 12 Years
Google Draws Heat For Its AI Overviews
New AI Ad Platform Supports Campaigns On Social Media Sites
'The New York Times' Launches Series On Asian American, Pacific Islander Impact On Culture
Google Sued Over Data Collection From DMV
Google Responds To AI Overview, Reveals Dangerous Answers To Queries
Judge Sides With Online Casino In Video Privacy Battle
Publishers Daily - Tuesday, May 28, 2024
Ad Tech Squeeze: California Data Tax Would Fund Local Journalism
News Corp. Deal With OpenAI Proves 'NY Times' Suit Is Right, Lawyers Say
Carpenter Media Group Buys 10 Southern Newspapers
Surfer Magazine Bans Political Content From Forums
California Assembly Passes Bill Requiring Browser Developers To Offer Opt-Out Tool
TikTok Expands State-Affiliated Media Policies, Issues Updated Transparency Report
Meta Can Proceed With Claims That Voyager Labs Scraped Users' Data
Publishers Daily - Friday, May 24, 2024
'The Washington Post' Digs Out: Paper Starts Subscription Tiers To Fight $77 Million Loss
Illinois Journalism Bill Passes Committee, Would Require Tech Firms To Pay For Content
Hyper-Casual Games Draw A Third Of In-App Ad Share In Category
'Marie Claire' Launches Podcast Called 'Nice Talk'
Lawmakers Advance Sweeping Nationwide Privacy Bill
Massive Outage Impacts Microsoft Ad Services
Kids Safety Bill Moves Forward In House
Publishers Daily - Thursday, May 23, 2024
Wake-Up Call For The USPS: Senate Bill Would Limit Rate Hikes For Publishers
News Corp. And OpenAI Ink Content Agreement
PubMatic Teams Up With Adsquare In Data Partnership
Daniel Bernard To Serve As Chief Product And Technology Officer At Hearst Magazines
Alternative St. Louis Weekly Sold To Unidentified Buyer
LinkedIn Begins Labeling AI-Generated Content
Indie DSP Programmatic Ad Deals Climb 24%
Publishers Daily - Wednesday, May 22, 2024
The Vanishing Cookie: Most Publishers Are Not Yet Ready, Study Shows
Google Could Halt News Initiative Support Throughout The Country: Report
'The Athletic' Boosts Its Tennis Coverage
Ken Harty To Serve As Publisher Of 'The Madison Daily Leader'
Google Adds AI Into Measurement: From Search Ads To Bidding And Creative
Libraries, Wikipedia, Others Blast Proposed Section 230 Repeal
'The Guardian US' Signs On As Media Partner Of the Climate Film Festival In New York
Publishers Daily - Tuesday, May 21, 2024
Media Cop-Out: News Outlets Are Badly Serving Hispanic Audiences
Tool Allows YouTube Creators To Convert Videos Into Podcasts
'Chicago Tribune' No Longer Printed In Chicago
NPR To Hire 11 Staffers In Effort To Maintain Standards
Obit: Industry Journalist, PR Exec John Wolfe, Dead At 72
Microsoft Copilot+ PCs Released With Generative AI Capabilities
Minnesota Lawmakers Pass Opt-Out Privacy Bill
Publishers Daily - Monday, May 20, 2024
Journalists Sue 'Chicago Tribune' And Alden Global Capital, Alleging Race, Sex Discrimination
Illinois Bill Would Provide Tax Credits For Hiring Reporters
The Arena Group Refuses To Hand Over 'Sports Illustrated' Subscriber List: Report
Google Seeks To Duck Jury Trial In Antitrust Battle Over Display Ads
Google's YouTube Pitches Advertisers On Unskippable Ads
Tech Industry Seeks Veto Of Vermont Bill That Would Regulate Data
Info Drain: Over A Third Of Web Pages Went Down In A Decade
Publishers Daily - Friday, May 17, 2024
BBC Sees Gold In Podcasts: And Publishers Don't Like The Competition
Gannett Tries AI In Bullet-Point Article Summaries: Report
'Complex,' Formerly Part Of Buzzfeed, Gears Up With New Hires
Publisher Assumes Ownership Of 'The Daily Gazette'
Susan Chira Is Stepping Down As EIC Of The Marshall Project
Amazon Prevails In Privacy Battle Over Alexa Ad Targeting
Microsoft Advertising Flies On OpenAI's GPT Coattails
Premium Long-Form Video Captures More Attention Than Digital Media
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