• Vice's 'Garage' Hires Laia Garcia As Features Director
    Garcia previously worked as deputy editor of 'No Man's Land,' the internal magazine of The Wing, the global network of work and community spaces designed for women.
  • 'Fortune' To Add Paywall, Raise Print Cover Price
    The latest moves are aimed at reducing a reliance on print advertising, which has declined as audiences and ad dollars shift to digital media. 'Fortune' will relaunch the publication next year.
  • Investigative Reporting Faces Greater Threats From Authorities
    The revised indictment seeks to punish Julian Assange for allegedly soliciting leaks, receiving information from sources and publishing classified information. That has broader implications for reporters.
  • Meredith Sheds Time Inc. Legacy
    Meredith favors lifestyle content that isn't time-sensitive. It is working to limit the damage of declining print revenue.
  • EIC Jay Fielden Exits 'Esquire' Amid Hearst Reshuffle
    The change is the latest editorial reshuffle under Troy Young, who became president of Hearst's magazine group last summer, and placed a stronger emphasis on digital.
  • Billionaire Cooperman May Join 'National Enquirer' Deal
    Cooperman already owns about 10% of American Media Inc., which last month put the 'Enquirer,' 'National Examiner' and 'Globe' up for sale amid a cloud of controversy.
  • Newsrooms Aim to Avoid 2016 Mistakes in 2020 Coverage
    The media faces an even bigger challenge now - trying to cover 24 Democrats in the race to date.
  • Conde Nast, 'Vogue' Tap Semmer As New Video Executive
    Semmer will work to expand the magazine's video audience, which includes 5 million subscribers on Google's YouTube video-sharing site.
  • Magazine Writers Ride High On Hollywood's 'Peak Content' Wave
    TV production is booming as Netflix, Amazon, Apple and even Walmart search for content. Studios also like the idea of producing shows based on true stories because they generate more publicity.
  • WaPo's Arc Publishing Adds Subscription Tools
    Arc publishing plans to add machine learning to the subscription services platform. The technology can help identify readers most likely to subscribe.
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