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    Do Toobin's actions mean Conde Nast faces significant legal liability for creating a hostile work environment?
  • Election News Gains Following, But Can It Be Monetized?
    Publishers may not be able to capitalize on their web traffic. Advertisers tend to block spots appearing next to political or pandemic news.
  • Antitrust Suit Against Google ls Disappointing For Publishers
    The complaint focuses on the company's distribution agreements that make it the dominant search engine.
  • Fake News Spreads To Fill Local Newspaper Void
    The murky world of "pink slime" websites publish biased stories, many from conservative news sites.
  • Dorsey Right To Apologize For Twitter Censorship
    Twitter's latest move: It shut down accounts for the 'New York Post,' White House spokesperson Kayleigh McEnamy, the "Team Trump" campaign and Politico reporter Jake Sherman.
  • BBC Offers Compelling Look At Visual Storytelling On Facebook
    Facebook has become a focal point for innovation in "graphical storytelling" to reach younger audiences. Publishers should take note.
  • Insider Bid For 'Morning Brew' Shows Power Of Email Inbox
    'Morning Brew' is a business media publisher that's actually growing revenue and adding staff.
  • War On Freelance Journalists Is Getting Worse
    The biggest threat comes from the Protecting Right to Organize (PRO) Act, which the House of Representatives passed in February to face a dead end in the Senate.
  • Publishers Should Focus On Key Pandemic Topics As Readers Lose Interest
    There is a growing partisan divide with Republicans being even more likely than Democrats to indicate they have lost interest in coronavirus news.
  • Will 'The New York Times' Allay Marketer Fears About Hot-Button Issues?
    'The New York Times' introduced a consumer-insights program aimed at helping advertisers handle touchy issues like racism, climate change and sex.
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