• Tech Antitrust Hearing Echoes Concerns Of Publishers
    Members of the House's antitrust committee posed few questions about possible anti-competitive behavior that harms publishers.
  • Ad Agency Results May Signal Bottom For Publishers
    Some CEOs are cautiously optimistic that pandemic woes may be behind them.
  • Kentucky Teen's Lawyer Issues Empty Threats Against 'WaPo'
    The confidential settlement should have marked an end to the teen's $250 million claim against 'WaPo,' but instead has led to a silly Twitter scuffle.
  • Ebony Media Has Chance To Reverse Fate, But Clock Is Ticking
    "Ebony" magazine last week was forced into bankruptcy by its creditors, the latest setback for the 75-year-old publication.
  • Conde Nast Shows More Signs Of Cookie-Less Future For Publishers
    The company's tech aims to reach high-intent audiences with contextual targeting, meaning that ads appear near content that's appealing to certain audience segments.
  • Taboola's Merger With Outbrain Gives Publishers One Less Choice
    The merger means less choice in content-recommendation providers, though publishers have many other ways to generate online revenue.
  • Hearst Faces Claims Of Toxic Culture Amid Union Vote
    Four former Hearst employees had complained to the company's HR department about Troy Young, who became president of media company's magazine group in 2018.
  • Publishers Can Find Reasons For Optimism With Virtual Events
    Virtual events have their own advantages for publishers. They allow for greater flexibility in getting high-profile speakers.
  • Will Google's Ban On COVID-19 Conspiracy Theories Hurt Publishers?
    Publishers have complained that advertisers are de-monetizing their coverage about the pandemic through the process of keyword blocking.
  • Hedge Funds Will Have Major Effect on Newspaper Recovery
    Financiers that own newspaper publishers must realize they can't cut their way to growth.
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