MediaPulse | A Weekly Media Round-Up
Here’s what you may have missed this week:
- Jay Z relaunches streaming music service Tidal (NYTimes).
- New York Daily News is up for sale; CableVision offers $1 bid (FishbowlNY)
- Indy Star declares that it’s time to fix the religious freedom law (POLITICO)
- Google Maps becomes Pac-Man games on April Fools’ Day (Mashable)
- Twitter introduces Curator (Twitter)
- Trevor Noah named successor at The Daily Show, draws immediate controversy over old tweets (NPR)
- Time Out New York becomes free publication (Capital)
- Pew Research Center releases report on news consumption highlighting the importance of mobile (Poynter)
— The Daily Show (@TheDailyShow) March 30, 2015
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