• Facebook's Latest Reckoning: Will Anything Change?
    Consumers love to hate Facebook, but they don't stop using it.
  • Reflections On The Death Of Hershel Sarbin, Industry Icon, Boss And Mentor
    Hershel was a Harvard-educated lawyer and veteran, but he might be best known as the former president-COO of Ziff-Davis Publishing Company.
  • Audio Boom Continues For Publishers, 'NYT' Tests New App
    'The New York Times' launched a new app called "New York Times Audio," where the content will assist listeners in engaging with the latest news, ideas, criticism and stories.
  • What Public-Company Performance Will Tell Us About Meredith, Other Media
    There aren't many public companies in the magazine-media space, but they offer a window into the state of the industry.
  • Distrust In The Media Reaches Alarming Levels
    According to a new Gallup poll, just 7% of U.S. adults say they have a great deal of trust in newspapers, television and news reporting, and another 29% say they have a fair amount.
  • Meredith's Stunning Reversal - And What It Means
    The sale of Meredith Corp. to Barry Diller's InterActive Corp. will go down as one of the fastest and most spectacular turnarounds in magazine-industry history. Meredith's titles will be rolled into IAC's Dotdash digital publishing unit.
  • Owen Lipstein, 1980s Publishing Wonderkind, Launches 'Santa Fe Magazine'
    The new owners promise no roundups, no best doctor lists. "We will not be boring or predictable, because the people of this city, at least the ones we are talking to, are definitely not that."
  • Close Watch Kept On Sports Startup 'The Athletic'
    Coverage has been driven by interest in the company's subscription-only model. Observers want to see validation at scale.
  • Ozy Media Saga Underscores Opaque Nature Of Digital Media
    The Ozy saga is just the latest example of persistent abuses: buying traffic, inflating numbers , failing to unsubscribe people from newsletters, buying social-media interactions and no effective third-party verification.
  • USPS Claims Mail Slowdown Will Affect Sliver Of Publications
    The USPS hasn't show any sign of relenting on more rate increases in the next few years.
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