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Why More Media Companies Are Looking for C-Suiters Who Understand Bitcoin

Publishers like The New York Times, The Atlantic and Playboy have dabbled in NFTs.

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Complex Network’s First We Feast Has 10 Million YouTube Subscribers

The food brand includes shows like Hot Ones, Burger Scholar Sessions, Tacos Con Todo and Coneheads.

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As Commerce Revenue Jumps, Condé Nast Pitches New Shoppable Shows

The media company reached 10.3 million individuals: those who were not found on broadcast or cable.

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With Cookies Crumbling, Publishers Push Brand Metrics

Over three months, the publisher has built up a database to inform ad buyers' planning.

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How Salon and PCMag Are Moderating and Monetizing Their Comment Sections

Hungry for cheap moderation, publishers have flocked to the free software.

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‘This Is Not a Skunkworks Project:’ Six Months in, The New York Times’ Pivotal Is Driving ‘Many Millions’

After the initial sharing of data, 25% lead to follow-up business conversations.

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Why Time Launched a Dedicated Business Vertical

Now autonomous, the publication now hopes to recover some of the breadth of scope it ceded.

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Pushly Names Brendan Ripp CEO

Pushly, a customizable push notification channel for publishers, announced the hiring of Brendan Ripp as CEO.

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As Newsletter Advertising Grows, Advertisers Opt for Quality Over Quantity

Advertisers’ zeal to reach newsletter audiences has benefitted creators.

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BuzzFeed Touts Lighthouse to Ease Third-Party Data Blackout Woes

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Most publishers are still unprepared for the disappearance of third-party data.

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To Ratchet Up Retention, the Financial Times Restructures Its Consumer Revenue Team

Lifetime value is the company's north star, said Fiona Spooner.

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Facebook Journalism Project Reveals Latest Accelerator Class

30 news organizations will participate in the program, aimed at boosting reader revenue.

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The Daily Mail Sues Google for Allegedly Throttling Coverage of Royals

The publisher accuses the tech giant of rigging ad auctions and search results.

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Facebook Makes Its Foray Into Different Types of Audio

The social giant adds components for podcasting and social audio.

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Time Accepts Cryptocurrency for Subscription Payment

A new one-time subscription will cost $49 and last 18 months.