• '60 Minutes,' Newspapers Fail To Prove DeSantis 'Pay To Play'
    At issue is a possible alliance between the Florida governor and Publix, a local chain distributing the COVID-19 vaccine.
  • Tribune Breakup Would Reverse Years Of Consolidation
    Tribune Publishing is now weighing whether to accept a $680.8 million bid to take the company private.
  • UK's 'Telegraph' Adds Newsroom Jobs As Subscriptions Grow 39%
    The newspaper's paid digital circulation jumped 82% from a year earlier to about 402,000 by the end of February, according to its latest data.
  • Bidding War For Tribune Framed As Moral Choice
    The hostility toward Alden is palpable; it's known for slicing and dicing newsrooms.
  • High Court Wisely Upholds FCC Rules On Media Cross-Ownership
    It's a victory for local media outlets that can better pool their resources as they face declining advertising sales.
  • Biden's Infrastructure Plan May Be Problematic For Publishers
    The plan promises to offer some benefits for publishers, such as expanding the number of broadband households. But it also raises the cost of doing business.
  • Reuters' Vaccine Data Collaboration With Amazon Is Likely To Disappoint
    Reuters claims Amazon customers will get answers to questions about the availability and eligibility for vaccines in more than 85 countries and all 50 U.S. states.