• Turkey Crackdown Closes Dozens Of Newspapers
    One of Turkish President Erdogan most egregious of his emergency measures is the closing of 131 media outlets across the country, including 45 newspapers, 15 magazines, 23 radio stations and 16 TV channels. All have been shuttered on flimsy charges of supporting the coup, encouraging terrorism, or both.
  • NYT's Digital Ad Revenues Drop
    The New York Times Co. announced that its digital ad revenues slipped again in the second quarter of the year, marking two consecutive quarters of year-over-year declines.
  • Anti-Brexit Pop-up Paper 'New European' To Continue Publication
    What started as a one-off idea to salve the wounded pride of pro-EU Brits following the vote for Brexit is now a regular thing, at least for a while. In keeping with its cosmopolitan mission and editorial tone, The New European covers culture, business, sports, food and entertainment with a pan-European focus.
  • Amtrak To Launch New Magazine, 'The National'
    The new travel mag, titled The National, is set to debut in October, with a bimonthly publication schedule. The National will be published out of New York City, with an additional sales complement of 40 based in Miami.
  • China Bans Independent News
    The Chinese government has taken the most drastic step yet in its renewed war against dissent, with a sweeping order to shut down all the country's major nonstate news publications, including online publishers like Sina, Sohu, NetEase and iFeng, for violating a 2005 law that bans publishing any news gathered independently of its official news and propaganda organs.
  • AbFab Takes Over Queerty, Sweety-Dahling
    To promote the "Absolutely Fabulous, The Movie," which is set to premiere in select markets on July 22, Fox Searchlight Pictures and its agencies, MoxieUSA and Brigade, partnered with LGBTQ publisher Q.Digital in order to reach AbFab's core U.S. audience of gay men and those culturally adjacent to them.
  • Brexit Proves Mixed Blessing For UK Newspapers
    Newspapers across the political spectrum enjoyed a big boost in online traffic. But they are also suffering negative impacts from political uncertainty on their core advertising business.
  • Meredith Launches Lifestyle Mag With HGTV's Gaines
    Women's interest publisher Meredith Corp. is again defying conventional wisdom about the decline of print with the launch of a new lifestyle magazine focused on the rustic style and sensibility of Joanna and Chip Gaines.
  • 'Boston Globe' Sells HQ, Adds Revs By Printing Other Newspapers
    The Boston Globe is selling its offices in Boston's Dorchester neighborhood after almost six decades and moving back to downtown Boston. Its printing and distribution are relocating to a new hub in Taunton, Massachusetts, where the company will generate additional revenues by printing newspapers for a number of other publishers, including the 'Boston Herald,' 'The New York Times' and 'USA Today.'
  • 'NYT' Wants To Bring You Dinner
    The New York Times is capitalizing on the success of its NYT Cooking app with a new Meal Kit service that will bring customers some of the most popular recipes from the NYT archives. The new service, created in collaboration with prepared ingredient emporium Chef'd, offers pre-packaged meal kits starting at $27 per meal.
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