Readers who work from home may be harder for publishers -- especially B2B media outlets -- to reach with direct-marketing efforts aimed at renewals and new subscriptions.
Publishers are helping people find more reliable information about the deadly virus amid the bombardment of falsehoods.
This month, the media company introduced the first edition of a series of quarterly print magazines.
We live in the Age of Misinformation, propagated by social media and search engines. People don't know what to believe anymore.
As the Cleveland newspaper struggles with declining print subscriptions and revenue, 22 staffers were let go.
This year's presidential election has brought renewed scrutiny of how people's political views affect their news consumption.
The industry is going through a painful transition that's unforgiving to publishers that don't adapt to the changing media market.
A libel defense can be a significant distraction for any newspaper. It can also dissuade publishers from their mission: scrutinizing the actions of public officials.
A tweet by Benjamin Dixon, a self-described progressive, about Mayor Bloomberg's stop-and-frisk policy, went viral. And it helped change Bloomberg's image.
'The New York Times' it's helping to train a generation of readers to pay for their news instead of enjoying the internet free-for-all of the past 25 years.