Today in media news.
The day in media news.
Today in media: a few losses here, a few gains there.
HarperCollins is laying off staffers, the Toronto 'Metro' is written by interns, and approximately 41,000 media jobs have been slashed since the start of the recession. But things are looking up in France!
How else will it be able to keep up the lifestyle it has become accustomed to?
Lalalalalala. The media can't hear you, bad news. Lalalala.
The awkward puberty of the media continues.
It's like the media is Roy Scheider, and the internet is Jaws.
Is she just trying to sell magazines? Because it's working. Pass us the Little Debbies, please!
The weekend couldn't come soon enough for some media people.
Soon we will all be paid in 'floating gold coins or mushrooms,' says one media critic.
The latest news (not entirely bad) in the media maelstrom.
Some old pals get dunked, only to resurface again, and some magazines go online for good.
'Newsweek' then looked around shyly, pointed to its chest, and mouthed, 'Me?'
Today we have people getting new jobs, losing old ones, and just plain disappearing.
Minneapolis’ city paper is filing for bankruptcy, Federated Media is laying off staffers, and the mediamorphosis marches on in our daily news roundup.