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  • Trumps Blasts News Media Because It's A Winning Strategy
    Almost one-third of Republicans or people who lean toward the GOP question the ethics of journalists, compared with only 5% of Democrats or Democratic leaners.
  • How Retailers' Holiday Results May Affect Publishers
    Kantar observed a 4% gain in media spending among retailers during the first half of the year, but that trend doesn't apply to all media outlets equally.
  • How Big Is The Podcasting Market For Publishers?
    Publishers coping with changing media consumption habits may want to parlay their editorial strengths into the burgeoning field of podcasting.
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    The European Union has been more aggressive about regulating the behavior of U.S. tech giants, an effort that now includes how Google works with publishers.
  • Media Job Losses Hit 7,700 As Gannett Starts Cutting
    Gannett started cutting jobs as the publisher seeks to cut costs following its merger with New Media Investment Group.
  • Magazine Study Shows Key Growth in Mobile, Video Audiences
    Publishers need to develop strategies to drive mobile readership and deliver eyeballs to advertisers. Those mobile strategies also need to include video content.
  • Apple News Rediscovers Power Of Email Newsletters
    The creation of a daily newsletter for Apple News isn't an earth-shattering development, but it is a sign the company is looking to build out the most popular news app on the iPhone.
  • Hearst Creates Microsite With Anti-Union Talking Points
    More than 500 employees last month voted to join the Writers Guild of America, East, a significant number that will make Hearst's employee union one of the biggest in the media industry.
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    'Curbed,' which focuses on real estate and urban design, will cease publishing its city-focused sites for Philadelphia, New Orleans, Seattle and Washington.
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