• 2021 Preview: 'Year Of The Vaccine' Won't Hinder Digital Shift For Publishers
    The industry will be caught between the push toward more technological innovation and the pull of tradition.
  • Recap: The Top 10 'Publishing Insider' Columns For 2020
    Publishers saw a surge in web traffic as homebound readers sought news and information about the health crisis, but a broad pullback in ad spending.
  • 'Financial Times' Job Cuts Reflect Shifting Business Priorities
    The 'FT' will eliminate as many as 64 jobs among its global workforce of 2,300. The job cuts came to light as the union protested against executive pay, including salary and severance package for EIC Lionel Barber.
  • Antitrust Suit Against Google Supports Publisher Complaints
    Publishers were harmed when Google's method of "dynamic allocation" of online bids for digital ad space drove down prices.
  • Extending Stimulus Plan To More Publishers Is Necessary Amid Pandemic
    The bill allows local newspapers owned by national chains to apply for forgivable loans from the Small Business Administration's Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).
  • Massive Cyberattack Is Reminder For Publishers To Guard First-Party Data
    Only a handful of companies have publicly acknowledged they installed its tainted software -- and the extent of any damage from data breaches is still unclear.
  • 'New York Times' Avoids Issuing Needed Retraction Of 'Caliphate' Podcast
    The arrest led the NYT to re-examine its reporting in the series and return its Peabody Award.
  • Has 'Washington Post' Reached A Virtuous Cycle Of Growth?
    "We've grown our way into profitability instead of shrinking our way into profitability," said owner Jeff Bezos, describing how the newspaper had reversed years of job cuts by adding reporters and expanding its technology team.
  • Antitrust Suit Targeting Google's Ad Operations Is Critical for Publishers
    Ten state attorneys general on Wednesday sued Google in U.S. District Court in Texas, accusing the company of overcharging publishers and abusing its power in advertising.
  • Anna Wintour Triumphs With Conde Nast Promotion To Content Czar
    Wintour followed through on promoting diversity. For the first time, Vogue's marquee September issue featured a majority of Black contributors.
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