The financial newspaper's digital ad revenue last year rose 30% and surpassed its print ad sales in the fourth quarter. Digital revenue, including subscriptions, is now its biggest source of sales.
The Journalism Competition and Preservation Act would exempt news publishers from antitrust laws for a few years, letting them collectively negotiate payments from Facebook and Google for content.
News Break's app logged the biggest yearly gain with a more than tenfold increase in referral traffic to 698.1 million.
The Journalism Competition and Preservation Act (JCPA) would grant news publishers a limited exemption from antitrust laws, giving them greater power to collectively negotiate payments from Facebook and Google for content.
The law would force publishers to apply a set of rules called the "ABC test" when working with independent contractors. It says businesses need to treat contractors like employees if they're in the same line of work.
McCammond's remarks about Asian Americans have come back to haunt her. It's a reminder of the permanency of social media.
The news media wrote three times as many stories about Trump in February 2017, the first full month of his presidency, than it did about Biden four years later.
2020 may go down as one of the most news-breaking years in the existence of digital publishing.
For Gannett, the deal gives its digital sales team another product to market to its clientele of more than 100,000 small businesses nationwide.
The search giant will stop using tracking technologies to identify web users, a move that expands on its plan to end support for third-party cookies.