Last year’s televised countdown reeled in nearly 18 million viewers.
Although a couple of large players were selected, like Vox and Gannett, most of the recipients are local newsrooms.
The broadcaster says the appetite abroad for news and understanding of issues in America is bigger than she’s ever seen.
The publisher wants to avoid revealing a trove of communications and details about the magazine’s business and previously interested buyers.
An NYU Stern report calls for Internet companies keeping liability protection under Section 230, but with new conditions and enforcement.
The pro bono program came out of Berry and her stylist expressing frustration with finding enough emerging BIPOC-founded brands to support.
Business upheaval and layoffs have caused a number of younger p.r. and brand agency workers to take the risk of going out on their own.
How a newly public focus on diversity and gender equality will look in different markets, like GQ Middle East, remains to be seen.
A news reporter is suing over “diversity slots,” discrimination and pay inequity, among other systemic issues at Bloomberg News.
The company said it already knows who is suing it, but thinks everyone else should know, too.
Podcasts also look to be a bright spot in a digital ad market hit hard by economic effects of the coronavirus.
Trump wants to push Carroll’s defamation case related to her rape allegation until he’s out of office. So 2021 or 2025.