• Google: Publishers Lose Half Of Ad Revenue From Cookie Blocking
    News publishers see an even steeper revenue loss of 62% as cookie-blocking prevents advertisers from reaching target audiences effectively.
  • Conde Nast Names Geneva Wasserman As SVP, Motion Pictures
    A lawyer and 20-year veteran of the entertainment industry, Wasserman was most recently cofounder-executive producer of production firm Project Z Entertainment.
  • 'The Wall Street Journal' Banks On Future Of Everything Festival
    'The Wall Street Journal 'boosted subscriptions and reached new, younger audiences with the expansion of its 'Future of Everything' magazine supplement into an annual three-day event.
  • Mark Halperin's Book Deal Meets Withering Media Barrage
    Regan Arts was set to announce Halperin's next book, "How to Beat Trump: America's Top Political Strategists on What It Will Take," when denunciations came fast and furious.
  • Report: Conde Nast CEO Lynch Sees Missed Revenue Target
    In a company conference, Roger Lynch said Conde Nast expects U.S. revenue growth of 0.3% this year, missing an earlier target of 4%.
  • Democratic Candidates Take Aim At News Media
    Democratic presidential candidates are lashing out at a self-aggrandizing, divisive, misleading and inflammatory target. No, I'm not talking about President Trump.
  • Barstool Sports' Founder Ratchets Up Anti-Union Threats
    The New York State Department of Labor responded to Dave Portnoy's comments with a tweet saying it's illegal "to take any unfavorable action," including termination, against employees for union-related activities under federal law.
  • Study: Stricter Paywalls, Email Newsletters Help Boost Paid Subs
    Subscription sales and paywall fees have become imperative to the survival of publications that have lost readership and advertisers to digital rivals.
  • SmartNews Valuation Echoes Dot-Com Bubble
    At some point, SmartNews will have to turn a hefty profit to justify the lofty valuation. It faces competition from other news aggregators, like Apple News, which is preinstalled on every Apple device, and Google News.
  • Facebook's News Plans Won't Help Ailing Publishers
    It will give people another reason to keep using Facebook, while avoiding publishers' websites and mobile apps. The social network's planned news section also gives Facebook greater control over how news is presented, diminishing the brands of media outlets.
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