Staffers Across Hearst Magazines Move to Unionize

Company spans 24 titles including Elle and Cosmopolitan.

Digital Media’s Future Lies Beyond Ads and With Direct Consumer Revenue

Succesful media companies diversified away from an advertising-based model in favor of building out direct consumer revenue lines.

What Would the World Be Like Without News? This Press Freedom Ad Imagines That Dystopia

Empty screens and blank pages call attention to the "repressive" conditions faced by journalists right here in the U.S.

Facebook’s New Logo Is Neutral—and That’s the Point

It isn’t intended to design a point of view; it is intended to communicate the absence of a point of view.

Twitter’s New Ads Have Some Fun With the Fact That Users Can’t Stop Looking

David Madrid's first campaign for the social network shows why advertisers should want to be there, too.

Vox Media and New York Media Are Officially One Big Merged Family

It's been a year of mergers and acquisitions in the media industry.

G/O Media’s Editorial Director Resigns Amid Turmoil

Paul Maidment is leaving 'to pursue an entrepreneurial opportunity.'

Twitch’s Flourishing Just Chatting Category Entices Brands to the Platform

MAC Cosmetics is among the marketers leveraging its popularity.

McClatchy Will Ask Readers to Pay for Political Coverage

New subscription service Impact 2020 will cost $50 for the first year and $129 thereafter

Vice Media Finalizes Deal to Acquire Refinery29

Refinery29 co-founders and co-CEOs Philippe von Borries and Justin Stefano are moving into advisory roles.