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Conde Nast is pulling its channels for 'Vogue,' 'Wired' and 'GQ' from Snapchat's Discover platform. Since a redesign earlier in the year, Discover has turned into a bed of click-bait content
"The Popular Science Midterms Package" is a three-part series that turns the spotlight on the role of science in this election. The USA Today Network launched a chatbot to help its readers disseminate election information via its app and desktop browsers.
The new plan is to hire journalists who are better versed in wiki culture and fact-checking. From the description, it sounds like 'WikiTribune' is going to let the public write the stories then have their "reporters" vet them.
A growing portion of American customers support stricter data privacy regulations at home - and a notable voice from the tech world is backing them up.
The areas being most impacted by the layoffs, which amount to around 40 full-time staffers, are the product, engineering and video divisions.
A new nonprofit endeavor is looking to investigate how membership models might impact the media landscape for the future. It's run by run by NYU and the Dutch publication 'De Correspondent.'
The company wants to focus on durable subscription-based business relationships with publishers, since ad exchange accounts for less than 60% of its total business.
The 24th annual Essence Festival enjoyed a record-breaking economic impact of $280 million in New Orleans, Louisiana. Attendance reached more than 510,000.
Algorithm changes led media outlets to lay off much of their staff or shutter completely. Facebook's misreported video views underscore its unethical and careless behavior toward digital publishing, seriously impacting its survival.