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Time magazine publisher Meredith Long has been appointed group publisher of properties Time, Fortune and Money.
U.S. college students value freedom of speech, but many distrust the press and feel restrictions should be applied to certain forms of speech on campus, according to a March survey that gauged how U.S. college students interpret rights granted by the First Amendment.
Not only did the media fail to predict the rise of Donald Trump, it encouraged and rewarded a political climate where salacious content got the most attention, where the most divisive candidates wrote the headlines and those who preferred to talk issues were ignored.
Yahoo’s global digital ad revenues will continue to see declines this year, both in its search and display business, as earnings at competing digital players are expected to post historic gains, according to a recent ad spending forecast.
The US Justice Department has sued to block the Los Angeles Times' acquisition of the Orange County Register. (1 reader comment)
Revenues for North American newsstand magazines fell 13 percent for the year and 7.6 percent during 2015’s fourth quarter, accounting for near-record total industry revenue lows, according to a recent report.
Building strong relationships with business editors was described as the royal route to coverage, five editors told about 50 PR people last night at MSLGroup's offices in New York.
Five top business editors are on a PRSA/NY panel Tuesday March 15 but it’s at the MSL Group on Hudson st. downtown rather than at Anchin, Block & Anchin in midtown, site of chapter events Dec. 8, 2015 and Jan. 19, 2016. The event is “sold out.”
The pending takeover of debt-ridden Cablevision by Altice could lower prices to subscribers. Cable execs have been living high on the hog, 300 of them getting $300K in pay while driving debt to $7.43 billion. Altice wants to shave $900M in costs and introduce the “quadruple play.”
Citing “grave concern for the public interest, public safety and the local economy,” the Fair Media Council says it opposes the $17.7 billion purchase of Cablevision by Altice.
Donald Trump's multiple wins in the Super Tuesday presidential primary races overshadowed Clinton's equally impressive performance.
Cablevision Systems Corp., owner of Newsday and local cable TV, which is selling to Netherlands-based Altice for $17.7 billion, had a “disappointing” Q4 said Zacks. Net debt is $7.43 billion.
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