Digital publisher Axios is returning a taxpayer-backed loan amid growing public outcry. The publication has backers that include billionaires and venture-capital firms.
'The Financial Times' suspended a reporter while it investigates accusations that he listened to private video calls at two rival British newspapers.
An attorney representing writer Ryan Lizza and Hearst argued in a hearing that the article wasn't defamatory and that public officials like Rep. Nunes should expect the press to look into their activities.
Since they are among the top 10 companies that capture 76% of the digital ad market, they will be the first to experience sudden changes in media spending.
Readers are still interested in COVID-19 stories, but they are looking for a break from the stress.
A federal bailout program to help companies avoid job cuts during the coronavirus pandemic is in the early stages - with mixed results.
P&G saw a 10% jump in U.S. sales during its March quarter - the highest growth in decades for a company started in 1837. Every crisis creates opportunities that are important for publishers to identify, and shift their sales strategies.
One of the most baffling aspects of any such regulation is assigning a value to publisher content that appears on Facebook or Google. Neither platform really needs it to survive.
As readers lose interest in coronavirus stories, publishers have a chance to showcase a broader variety of their content offerings.
Overall, 68% of news content on any given day is free from negative coronavirus association, according to Peer39.