Publishers that have tried to replace declining print and digital ad sales with consumer revenue must also confront people's unwillingness to pay for online news.
Jesse Angelo, the former chairman-CEO of the 'New York Post,' will oversee news, TV and digital at Vice.
Hearst Magazines hired two executives in its video-production unit as the publisher expands its roster of episodic digital series.
'Esquire' is the latest fashion magazine to appoint a digital editor to run its print edition, amid the migration of audiences to the internet and smartphone apps.
Goldberg got into trouble while trying to explain why more women and people of color are not writing cover stories for the magazine.
Newmark's donation to Consumer Reports is admirable, considering consumers need another watchdog on the technology industry.
Vice Media this week let go of Jonathan Smith as editor in chief of its Vice.com website, along with Rachel Schallom, the site's managing editor.
Apple plans to roll out a transcription service for podcasts that will make their content more easily searchable.
The company partnered with the New Jersey Institute of Technology to educate employees on data analysis through Hearst Data University.
The union is seeking wage minimums and guaranteed raises that reflect rising living expenses, longer severance and a share of revenue from content licensing.