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News publishers have historically been upset with Google and Facebook over a variety of issues related to payment and content ranking. News Corp, which owns the Wall Street Journal, is now planning a News
The hit podcast “Serial” was the audio investigation that launched a thousand true-crime dramas, inspiring podcasters across the country to attempt ambitious reporting projects with gritty subject matter.
Megan Greenwell, editor in chief of the website Deadspin, stood in front of a giant projection screen one night late last year and welcomed a group of nearly 100 to a documentary premiere in midtown The
It seems like every YouTube creator has a podcast these days, and that now includes Marques Brownlee. Brownlee, one of YouTube’s most prominent creators who has more than 9 million subscribers on his channel
It has been a turbulent few months for The Markup, a news start-up with ambitions to combine investigative and data-driven journalism to cover the world of technology. Those associated with the site hope
If you attended the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) trade show this year with a media badge, it’s possible that some of your sensitive data is now public. Each year, the Entertainment Software Association
It’s been more than a year since Facebook announced that it would be funding a Local News Subscriptions Accelerator. Now the company is sharing some of the ways in which program has led to new initiatives
Full Fact has been fact-checking Facebook posts for six months. Here’s what they think needs to change
More scale, more transparency, and more help with health-related posts. In December 2016, Facebook enlisted a handful of U.S.-based news organizations (ABC News, Snopes, PolitiFact, FactCheck.org, and
New York(CNN Business) — Journalists John Heilemann and John Battelle have launched a new politics-focused media outlet ahead of the 2020 elections. The outlet, called The Recount, will be video-driven,
“People Need to See People Who Look Like Them”: In a Groundbreaking Hire, Axios Names Jess Szmajda as Its New C.T.O.
Szmajda, a tech veteran, will help lead the media company’s expansion into paid products. She’ll also blaze a trail for other transgender leaders in the industry. “If you look at boardrooms and executive
Tie-up would unite women-focused new-media company with one of its largest peers Vice Media is in talks to buy women-focused publisher Refinery29, according to people familiar with the matter, a deal would