• Journo Association Blast 'Ebony' Over Failure To Pay
    The Thumbs Down Award is a stinging indictment, as it's only presented to organizations or individuals the NABJ judges believe have done something injurious to the African-American community or journalists.
  • Name Game: Time Inc. Considers Rebranding
    To paraphrase Shakespeare: "What's in a name? Will rebranding reverse the long-term decline in print ad revenue or boost digital ad sales?" The idea of the country's largest magazine publisher changing its iconic name is enough to cause a bit of controversy - at least in the insular world of legacy media.
  • 'NYT' Story Forced Trump Jr. To Release Emails
    Donald Trump Jr.'s decision to share an email conversation in which the Russian government's support for his father's presidential bid is breezily mentioned on Twitter wasn't casual. The move was apparently motivated by a desire to blunt the impact of an upcoming 'NYT' story.
  • Clarification: Conde Nast Knew Of Lucinda Chambers' Firing
    The July 10, 2017 Publishers Insider "British Vogue Hits Back After Embarrassing Chambers Interview," noted the mag's new editor contested Lucinda Chambers claims he acted alone. Conde Nast stated the changes were not made without consultation: "It's usual for an incoming editor to make some changes to the team. Any changes made are done with the full knowledge of senior management." 
  • Penthouse Buys 'OMNI,' Sues Jared Leto
    Raunchy skin mag 'Penthouse' and futuristic sci-fi and future tech bible 'Omni' were always strange bedfellows, brought together by one factor: the mercurial genius of media impresario Bob Guccione. Now they are back under the same roof.
  • Google Funds Automated Journalism In UK
    The tech giant's Digital News Initiative has awarded a grant of $805,000 to the Press Association, a news agency in Britain, to fund the creation of a new automatic local news generator. The Press Association will develop the software in collaboration with Urbs Media.
  • 'British Vogue' Hits Back After Embarrassing Chambers Interview
    'British Vogue' publisher Conde Nast is determined to limit the damage from the Lucinda Chambers' 'Vestoj 'interview -- by legal threats if necessary. It's an open question whether these high-profile maneuvers aren't just digging the hole even deeper.
  • Local News Is The Front Line Of The Fake-News Fight
    Anyone who doubts the value of local newspapers in the 21st century should consider this: They may be the only institution capable of stopping the spread of fake news online.
  • Fired 'British Vogue' Editor Lashes Out At Fashion Magazines, Business
    After 36 years as fashion director, Lucinda Chambers was unexpectedly fired from her post. She did not go gentle into that good night.
  • Gen Z Spends Less Time With Text
    members of Gen Z, the next generational cohort in line after the much-pursued millennials, is spending significantly less time with text-based publishers. Instead, Gen Z spends more time with video than their older counterparts.
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