• Newspaper Print Tariffs Overturned, But The Damage Is Done
    In January, the Trump administration imposed crippling tariffs on Canadian newsprint suppliers. Though eventually reduced - the consequences were severe.
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    National Geographic's September cover, "The Story of a Face," follows Katie Stubblefield, a suicide survivor and the youngest person to ever receive a face transplant. The print issue just hit newsstands this week, but the story was breaking records in the digital sphere long before that.
  • 'USA Today' Uses AR, VR To Connect Audiences With News
    The company can track user engagement and session time across each new VR experience, allowing it to understand how people approach story telling within the technology.
  • 'Mother Jones' Receives $1 Million Gift Fom Craigslist Founder
    Since launching its funding "Moment" in 2016, 'Mother Jones' has raised almost $20 million toward its goal. Craig Newmark put it $1 million dollars closer to its $25 million goal, noting modern journalism is in the middle of an "online information war."
  • AMI CEO Pecker Granted Immunity In Cohen Trial
    After months of denial, American Media Inc and its CEO David Pecker are taking heat for some of the alleged tactics they used to protect Donald Trump during his presidential campaign.
  • Google Assistant Delivers "Good News" To Users
    The stories are meant to highlight events that have an actual impact for good on society, rather than feel-good stories about "unlikely animal friendships or random acts of kindness."
  • Refinery29 To Build Brand Through IMG Deal
    The IMG alliance will allow Refinery29 to "move faster across the categories and products that we know our audience are interested in," upping scale and increasing revenue in the process, per COO Sarah Personette.
  • AARP Finds New Growth Through Newsletters Targeting Baby Boomer Women
    AARP the Magazine' has been rolling out audience-specific newsletters. It recently released 'Sisters From AARP," to serve African American woman.
  • Civil Strives To Create Stable Future For Independent Journalism Via Blockchain
    ]Civil was formed to decentralize the publishing model. It is a way to incentivize individuals to "act with the greater good of the platform, not their own individual interests."
  • Ozy's CRO O'Sullivan Looks to Diverse Audience, Unique Editorial Model To Drive Growth
    O'Sullivan says she has more creative freedom than ever before without any institutional or legacy handcuffs. Ozy can be as innovative as our partners are ambitious and brave.
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