Using Print As a Protest Medium
"People that look younger than 30 are reading magazines like TheEconomist and The New Yorker on their way to work. In fact many carry the tote bags one gets with a subscription or after making a donation to WNYC or NPR...Print is having a renaissance and as a media anthropologist, I find this development fascinating." writes Barry Lowenthal at Publishers Daily.
10 Predictions about the Media Industry in the New Year
2018 was a year of massive mergers and acquisitions, with AT&T/Time Warner, Disney/Fox and Comcast/Sky. The #MeToo movement made headlines, and the dominant emotion in boardroom discussions around Hollywood and beyond was fear...
"More like Reality:" In 2019, Hot DTC Brands Face Pressures to Prove Profitability
Investors aren’t likely to shun the DTC category entirely. But they are asking different questions, meaning the sheer volume of brands that blast into the market off of a new $50 million round will shrink.
Comscore and Nielsen Are Racing to Become the One True Cross-Platform Measurement Provider
"Given the differences in Comscore’s and Nielsen’s approaches and the work that both companies still need to do to address their respective limitations, the expectation that either will emerge as the one, true cross-platform measurement provider is fading."
CBS, Nielsen Fail to Strike New Deal as Contract Lapses
CBS and the media-measurement service Nielsen are without a contract after their current deal lapsed at 12:01 a.m. Tuesday, according to two people familiar with the matter.
The Washington Examiner Magazine Hires New Editors
The Washington Examiner has tapped Helen Andrews as its new managing editor and Grant Addison and Jay Caruso as deputy editors of the conservative magazine.
Der Spiegel Suspends Top Editors Amid Fabrication Scandal
The company said Ullrich Fichtner and Matthias Geyer should have realized that dozens of stories filed by Claas Relotius were fake.