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Newsonomics: Mort to Ferro: Take My Paper, Please! (and a few other headlines about the New York Daily News)

For much of the winter and spring, Michael Ferro was uncharacteristically quiet. Once he’d defeated Gannett’s hostile takeover attempt of his newly named Tronc, Ferro seemed to cease being the center of the news industry storm. Some applauded; others privately told me they missed his plotting. Now, he’s back. In rapid-fire order, since May, Ferro...

H3H3 Wins Summary Judgment

Ethan and Hila Klein, better known as H3H3, have won summary judgment in their case against Matt Hoss. Though an important victory, it's not quite over yet. The post H3H3 Wins Summary Judgment appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

Kathy Griffin, Anderson Cooper No Longer Friends

Kathy Griffin's 17-year friendship with Anderson Cooper is over. In an extensive interview with The Cut about the fallout from the photo shoot in which she held up a bloody Donald Trump mask in late May, the comedian reveals that while four of Cooper's colleagues at CNN contacted her to...

Net Neutrality Reduced to Mogul vs. Mogul in Corporate Media’s Shallow Coverage

A common refrain in popular news media is that net neutrality is just too boring and esoteric for ordinary people to be interested in. “Oh my god that is the most boring thing I’ve ever seen,” John Oliver (HBO, 6/1/14) once exclaimed after showing his audience a short clip from a government hearing on the […]

Eboni K. Williams on Threats Against Her and the Future of Fox News Specialists

"I’m feeling pensive yet really grateful that despite all of the blow back and negative backlash, I have been able to speak my truth."

Breitbart's Low-Profile Editor: Bias Is in Story Selection

Even those with more than a passing familiarity to Breitbart News might be hard pressed to name its editor. That is intentional, explains a New York Times Magazine feature on 31-year-old Alex Marlow. He has been Breitbart's editor for four years now and keeps a low profile, even among staffers....

New York City makes the claim that it’s the podcast capital of the world (but is that a good thing?)

Welcome to Hot Pod, a newsletter about podcasts. This is issue 132, published August 15, 2017. Another daily news podcast TK. Got this email yesterday: Vox Media and Midroll just inked a deal to launch a daily news podcast under the news brand Vox banner. The show will have a full time staff of 6...

Newsonomics: Nine midsummer lessons from a unique moment in press, and American, history

This hardly seems like a beachy, devil-may-care summer. Among fears of North Korean missiles, new Russian menace, and a highly unpredictable Administration, we are a nervous people. For the news media, it’s been a year of two tales. Never has the press been so pilloried, relentlessly, from on-high. Never, as well, has the value of...

How Media Spread CIA’s Sectarian, Anti-Iran ‘Mideast Cold War’ Narrative

A new Vox video is the latest addition to a media onslaught that propagates numerous misleading talking points to demonize Iran—just as the US government, under Donald Trump's vehemently anti-Iran administration, is ratcheting up aggression against that country.

With help from local papers, USA Today is boosting the ambition and publishing speed of its VR projects

Earlier this year, Facebook approached the USA Today virtual reality team with a proposal. Facebook’s developer conference, F8, was a few weeks away, and the company was looking to partner with news organizations on VR projects that showed off some new interactive tools that it was building. USA Today was interested, but concerned that its...

Jack Shaheen, Vital Critic of Denigrating Images

A longtime FAIR friend, Jack Shaheen died on Monday. A humanist to the core, he warned about the creation of "the character whom we hate and we detest."

Stigma Over Solutions

While there is never a good time to gut Medicaid and throw 22 million off their health insurance, it is especially worrying that it may happen in the middle of a tragic opiate epidemic that is being covered by the media in all the wrong ways.

Flying Puke Interrupts Live Fourth of July TV Interview

Attacks on the media are increasing in frequency—and now they include flying vomit. The New York Post reports Wendy Burch of California's KTLA was covering an annual Fourth of July competition in which participants run a mile, swim a mile, and chug a sixer of beer. Surrounded by shirtless...

DexYP: What Should the Brand and Strategy Be Going Forward?

7 months agoMedia / New Media : Screenwerk

Months of rumors were answered yesterday when it was announced that Dex Media and YP would become DexYP. It’s not a merger; Dex bought YP for $600 million. YP had been owned by private equity firm Cerberus Capital, with a minority stake retained by AT&T, the original owner of YP (formerly the AT&T yellow pages). […]

There is a Swedish city where the CueCat lives on as a monument to media’s digital failures

HELSINGBORG, Sweden — In the media world, few products have come to symbolize digital failure more than the CueCat, the feline-shaped, barcode-scanning device that flopped at the turn of the millennium, costing magazine and newspaper publishers tens of millions of dollars. More than a decade later, a castaway CueCat sits atop a pedestal at a...

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