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Google admits to running ‘experiments’ which remove some media sites from its search results | Google | The Guardian

Google has been hiding some Australian news sites from search results, in a move media outlets say is a show of “extraordinary power” as the tech company bargains with the Australian government over financial payment for content.The Australian government is attempting to impose a new code on Google and Facebook that would force them to negotiate a...

Axios Wants to Help Companies Write Like Its Reporters—for $10,000 a Year, or More – WSJ

Punchy news startup Axios is betting that companies will pay big bucks to write like its reporters.The company next month will launch AxiosHQ, a communications platform that will enable businesses to update their employees—including through internal newsletters—in Axios’s just-the-facts, bullet-point style.The software tool, which Axios said would cost at least $10,000 a year depending on a customer’s...

Medium acquires Glose, a digital book platform: Exclusive – CNN

Substack has become synonymous with writers looking to go independent. But for many years prior, there was a different go-to place for self-publishing: Medium.Medium, launched in 2012 by Twitter (TWTR) cofounder Ev Williams, has been the platform of choice for public figures to air newsworthy moments: Hillary Clinton used it to endorse President-elect Joe Biden and Chrissy...

New York Times preparing for death of third-party cookies – Press Gazette

From the outside, it may appear that advertising is now insignificant for the New York Times when compared with its soaring digital subscriptions business.But while the company’s 6m-plus paying online reader figures rightly attract attention (it is the runaway leader of Press Gazette’s 100k Club ranking), advertising remains a large part of its business. Origen: New York Times...

New York Times preparing for death of third-party cookies – Press Gazette

From the outside, it may appear that advertising is now insignificant for the New York Times when compared with its soaring digital subscriptions business.But while the company’s 6m-plus paying online reader figures rightly attract attention (it is the runaway leader of Press Gazette’s 100k Club ranking), advertising remains a large part of its business. Origen: New York Times...

New York Post to Staff: Stay Away From CNN, MSNBC, New York Times and Washington Post – The New York Times

CNN, MSNBC, The Washington Post and The New York Times are among the news organizations that President Trump has falsely labeled “fake news.” And now articles based on reporting from the four outlets are no longer welcome at Rupert Murdoch’s New York Post, according to three journalists who work there. Origen: New York Post to Staff: Stay Away...

Chalkbeat expands its coverage to include voting at the local level – Axios

Chalkbeat, a nonprofit news organization that covers education at the local level, plans to expand its pop-up newsroom, called Votebeat, to cover voting at the local level through the 2022 midterm elections.Why it matters: It's Chalkbeat's first real foray into a beat other than education.Details: Votebeat launched in October 2020 as a three-month project covering local election...

Researchers say Facebook should allow fact-checkers to fact-check politicians – Poynter

Disinformation researchers are arguing that Facebook should do more than just indefinitely block President Donald Trump. They argue the company should go further by doing away with its exemption of politicians from its Third-Party Fact-Checking program. Origen: Researchers say Facebook should allow fact-checkers to fact-check politicians - Poynter

Univision enters the streaming wars with “Prende TV” – Axios

Univision, the largest Spanish-language broadcaster in the U.S., will announce today the launch of "PrendeTV," a free, ad-supported streaming service, sources tell Axios.The big picture: Univision becomes the latest major broadcaster to jump into the streaming wars.The service is set to launch in the first quarter of this year.Univision rival Telemundo doesn't have its streaming service, but...

Report: Google and Facebook are responsible for depressed advertising revenue – Poynter

Concentrated economic power in the hands of tech giants and hedge funds has helped drive the decline of the news industry, according to a new report by the nonprofit, policy-focused American Economic Liberties Project released Tuesday.Google and Facebook have monopolized the advertising market, starving online publishers of advertising revenue, the report finds. The other major issue news...

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