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    Guardian Media Group said it's the first major news organization to become a B Corporation, which means it meets social and environmental standards.
  • YouTube's Stance On Violent Trump Video Alarms Journalists
    CNN reports that YouTube doesn't object to a video that's been digitally altered to depict President Trump killing his critics and media outlets.
  • Meredith Expands Lifestyle Lineup With 'Property Brothers' Title
    The quarterly magazine doesn't have a name yet, but is expected to appear in January.
  • What Kylie Jenner's Deleted Instagram Video Means For Luxury Brands
    The cosmetics mogul apparently was shamed into deleting the Instagram video after some of her 148 million followers chided her for being insufficiently woke.
  • Apple's Removal Of 'Quartz' App In China Marks Defeat For Press Freedom
    Apple's recent ban of Quartz's news app in China is another worrisome sign of American companies' willingness to abandon principles they claim to champion in their home countries.
  • Social Media's Growth Will Bring More Pain To Publishers
    Zenith Media reports that social media had overtaken print as the third-biggest advertising medium worldwide.
  • Conde Nast Produces Reality Series For America's Cup Team
    The unscripted series will show the process of designing and building a sailing yacht, selecting a crew and coping with challenges.
  • 'Sports Illustrated' Memo Says Magazine Won't Replace Workers With Bloggers
    The veteran sports pub claims it is not replacing workers who were fired last week with "an army of bloggers and inexperienced local reporters."
  • Radical Moves At 'Sports Illustrated' Eviscerate A Legendary Magazine
    'Sports Illustrated' technically isn't dead, but the reported plan by its new owners is akin to killing the title with editorial embalming fluid.
  • Devin Nunes Sues Hearst, Ryan Lizza Over 'Esquire' Article
    Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., this week filed suit in an Iowa federal court seeking $75 million in damages.
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