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Vox Media Acquires 17-Month-Old Tech News Site Re/code

Joins properties that already include The Verge

The day began with a big media merger and ended with another—though much smaller—digital media deal. Vox Media is adding tech site Re/code to its portfolio of websites that cover news,…

Lucky Magazine Goes Quarterly

Restructuring will lead to layoffs, departure of Lucky Group president

Reports of Lucky magazine going all-digital have been a staple of the media rumor mill for several years, with WWD reporting just last month that the brand would be closing…

Lonely Planet Will Launch Its First U.S. Magazine as Interest in International Travel Grows

New publication hits newsstands this fall

This fall, travel guide publisher Lonely Planet will become the latest entrant in the travel magazine space with the U.S. launch of Lonely Planet Magazine. Edited by Lauren Finney, who…

With Facebook's Instant Articles, Publishers Contemplate a Social-First World

New feature could alter the industry

Reports from the last few weeks hinted it was coming, but the debut of Facebook's Instant Articles made plenty of publishers' hair stand on end this morning anyway. And why…

The New York Times' Facebook Deal May Prove to Be 'Growth Hacking' at Its Best

News Feed publishing broadens the pool of potential subscribers

The New York Times, among a small cadre of other outlets, today announced it will start publishing selected articles directly into Facebook's News Feed. Some think the move historic; others…

End of the Click-through? New Facebook Tool Lets Publishers Post Stories Directly to the News Feed

New York Times, BuzzFeed and NatGeo among first to test 'Instant Articles'

Mobile Facebook users may soon spend less time navigating directly to a publisher's website to check out an interesting article. Instead, they'll find some of that content posted directly to…

How The New York Times' Nail Salon Exposé Became 'the Rare Viral Investigative Story'

Project's editor explains its early release and energizing impact on the staff

Regardless of whether you've ever found yourself in a manicurist's chair, there's a good chance that you've heard about The New York Times' recent investigation into the abysmal working conditions…

Will Huffington Post Spin Off From AOL Rather Than Go Under Verizon?

UPDATE: AOL says HuffPo, TechCrunch and Engadget will stick around

This morning, Verizon seemed to be on the verge of taking ownership of one of the Internet's flagship news sites, The Huffington Post. But now doubts are swirling around whether…

Snapchat Debuts Video Ads for 2 Cents a View

Publishers like Daily Mail are standing by to make your content

Snapchat wants companies to know its not just for millennials: Advertisers can find a home there as well. At the Daily Mail/Elite Daily Digital Content NewFronts presentation Thursday, the platform…

Defy Media Shows Off Its Small Yet Mighty Presence

Digital production house says its videos snag 500 million monthly views

Online production house Defy Media might not have as many creators on its roster as multi-channel networks do, but it wants advertisers to know it has just as much reach and resonance…

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