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.
... and The SaginawNews ... As for ethical quandaries surrounding a media company accepting money from the federal government it covers, Kraner said the business and news operations are and will remain independent, adding that Advance Local takes that separation “very seriously.”.
Analysts and the news media frequently wrote about this trend and investors understood that AT&T's core business was selling connectivity (i.e., wireless service plans), not devices, and that smartphone sales were immaterial to the company's earnings ...Consumers and businesses have more than 225 million monthly subscriptions to our services.
'Hopefully good news - he's taking it slowly.' ... Royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams said today that the update on Philip's health was 'good news', adding ... 'That is very good news.' ... 'But whilst backing the business, she didn't want to turn any news into a media circus because she is so respectful and sensitive to Catherine, and the royal family.
Mr Scobie, the royal editor of Harper's Bazaar, regularly stands up for Meghan on social media and last night retweeted a series of positive messages backing her ... 'But whilst backing the business, she didn't want to turn any news into a media circus because she is so respectful and sensitive to Catherine, and the royal family.
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To preserve the economic sustainability of the costly business of news gathering and dissemination, which is vital to truly functioning democracies, Australia recently adopted a law requiring Google, Facebook and others to pay news organizations for use of their product — news.
Cleveland Jewish Publication Company, publisher of the Cleveland and Columbus Jewish News, was selected as one of Editor & Publisher Magazine’s “10 Publishers That Do It Right in 2021.” The magazine, considered the newspaper industry’s bible since 1884, made the announcement March 1 ... Other media companies receiving the honor were.
Of course, the news is not all good. As reported by several New Hampshire media outlets, hundreds of New Hampshire businesses permanently closed in 2020 and those businesses that managed to keep the lights on are still struggling, even as the latest round of PPP money is being distributed.
The news comes ahead of a 'tell-all' interview with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and Oprah Winfrey which is set to air in the UK on Monday night, despite criticism of its timing ... 'But whilst backing the business, she didn't want to turn any news into a media circus because she is so respectful and sensitive to Catherine, and the royal family.