Disney and Fox Say Their $71.3 Billion Merger Will Close on March 20

Deal was first announced 15 months ago.

How Publishers Are Using Facebook Groups to Have Frank Discussions With Readers

Condé Nast Traveler is launching new brands inspired by them.

The Drone Racing League Moves Its Broadcast Rights From ESPN to NBC

The 2019 DRL Allianz World Championship Season airs on Aug. 11.

As Media Companies Scale Back Their SXSW Presence, Viceland Built a Roller Skating Rink

Vice turned a downtown Austin parking lot into a pop-up '80s nostalgia roller skating park.

Spotify, Amazon, Google and Pandora Appeal 44% Hike in Music Streaming Royalties

The Copyright Royalty Board ruled on the increase in late January after talks in 2017.

According to Zuckerberg, Facebook’s Future Is Encrypted Private Messaging

The pivot comes after more than a year of privacy-related crises.

Instagram Shed Some Light on Its Game Plan for Branded Content in 2019

The social media platform will test a new ad product, and all advertisers will gain access to its tools

BuzzFeed Goes Offline With Its First Printed Newspaper, Distributed Today in New York

The issue, which includes coupon codes on the back cover, is a one-off publication.

Pinterest Extends Ad Platform to 4 More Countries in Europe

Germany, Austria, Spain and Italy join the fray.

After Shifting Focus to Podcast Technology, Panoply Media Undergoes Rebrand

Months after eliminating its editorial staff to invest in its tech platform.