Corporate media is a term which refers to a system of mass media production, distribution, ownership, and funding which is dominated by corporations and their CEOs. It is sometimes used as a pejorative term in place of mainstream media, which tends to also be used as a derisive term, to indicate a media system that does not serve the public interest.
MediaNews Group was founded by Richard Scudder and William Dean Singleton in 1983. Singleton was a pioneer in "clustering"—developing groups of newspapers that centralized a variety of functions, including production, ad sales, business operations and, in some cases, editorial. An example of this was the Alameda Newspaper Group in suburban San Francisco, where in the mid-1990s, a central newsroom in Pleasanton, California, did all the copy editing, layout and page makeup for five daily papers. Upon acquiring the diverse group of papers, Singleton consolidated several news sections (such as sports and features) to one local office away from the metropolitan area, having a few reporters do the job of what had been many individuals. This subsequently gutted each newsroom, leaving far less local news than before.
... will meaningfully accelerate our media business.” ... Prior to Buzzer, Barge spent eight years at Twitter where he served as the company’s lead content dealmaker, overseeing business development across all media publisher verticals (sports, entertainment, music, and news) globally.
According to a recent survey by the NewsMediaAssociation, 90% of editors in the United Kingdom "believe that Google and Meta pose an existential threat to journalism.". Why the pessimism? Because being in the news business but relying on social media platforms and search engines has become very risky.
News site Gript first wrote about ... While the innocent man wrongly identified by news media website Gript has been at the centre of a Garda operation to protect him, The Irish Times has learned a business premises identified in social media posts is now being protected by gardaí.
While CaféTropical has been in business since 1975, it was bought in 2019 by the owners of long-standing Cuban restaurant El Cochinito, who also own the recently-opened Cuban-inspired cocktail bar Bolita ... Customers reacted to the news on social media, sharing what the businesses have meant to them.
The legislation came after complaints from Canada's media industry, which wants tighter regulation of tech companies to prevent them from elbowing news businesses out of the online advertising market ...Paul Deegan, the chief executive officer of industry body NewsMediaCanada, ...
Jezebel shut down as parent G/OMedia slashes jobs. Deadspin owner G/O Media buys business news site Quartz. New CEO of G/O Media ripped for bringing in ‘older white guys’ ... G/O Media closed Jezebel earlier this month ... G/O Media tried unsuccessfully for months to find a buyer for the 16-year-old site.
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Bloomberg ... Musk also addressed the inordinate amount of power that he wields given his market power in key industries such as cars, space, satellites and social media ... Business..Google strikes deal with Canadian publishers over news content. Business .. Paris Hilton’s media company suspends ads on Musk’s Twitter. Business . ... Business . ... Business . ... .