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The crumbling wall between the “business” and “editorial” sides of media, which has helped credibility in media to plummet from 69% in 1974 to 21% last year, is the topic of a New York Daily News panel Wednesday at 6 p.m.
The New York Daily News is hosting a series of public events focused on “the changing new media landscape.” Editor-in-chief Jim Rich will be among panelists Sept. 21 at 6 p.m. at 11 Times Square.
Fox News parent 21st Century Fox settled a high-profile harassment suit by former host Gretchen Carlson for $20M and apologized for the company’s treatment of Carlson, who has hired a high-powered Hollywood PR exec.
Trade group the Newspaper Association of America has dropped "newspaper" from its name and re-branded as the News Media Alliance in a bid to highlight the industry’s “evolution” to digital content.
The Brookings Institution has fired back at the New York Times with a 7,000-word, annotated retort after the paper published a series of articles about the influence and funding of corporations on think tanks.
Ads that look like editorial matter are a “necessary evil,” say 45% of those voting in a current poll on this website. They are “unethical,” say 27%. Since stories “with a Mickey in them” are being pushed by New York Times and others, it’s no wonder Facebook is thriving.
A Harvard study shows how the media’s coverage of the 2016 Presidential race may have influenced state primary and caucus results, and particularly, how it played a role in boosting Donald Trump's rise to presumptive Republican nominee.
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