Republicans are more than three times as likely as Democrats to say the pandemic has been made a bigger deal than it really is.
Games can help to keep readers engaged in other ways. Publishers should consider how a gamification strategy fits with their goals of boosting reader revenue
Vice Media called attention to more "blocklisting" - as the focus shifts to racism, police brutality and mass protests. It is asking advertisers to reject the practice and support journalism.
A series called "Training My Double" for its GQ Sports channel on YouTube will be directed exclusively by Black filmmakers.
The group says the Google News aggregation app competes with apps that newspapers develop to reach mobile readers directly.
The percentage of Americans who pay for news rose to 20% this year from about 16% in the prior two years.
'The Post and Courier,' South Carolina's biggest newspaper, is emblematic of the friction that publishers face in asking staff to return to work.
The Washington Post this week published a story that served no purpose - except to help two nobodies destroy the life of another nobody.
Without any hint of irony, the magazine this week urged readers to commit crimes.
The coronavirus pandemic has meant a loss of advertising revenue, but it has also been an opportunity to promote paid subscriptions.