MediaPulse | A Weekly Media Round-Up
Some industry stories we’re following this week:
- The Big News: Rolling Stone officially retracts investigation into rape on the UVA campus (FishbowlNY); Rand Paul announces his 2016 presidential campaign (Yahoo News); and Diane Sawyer will be the first to interview Bruce Jenner on his reported gender reassignment for a special edition of 20/20 (TVNewser)
- Apps Radar: The New York Times launched its Cooking app for iPhones, following a successful website and iPad launch last year (Capital) and Bloomberg announced development of an Apple Watch app (Talking Biz News)
- Time to Reboot: BlackBook rises from the ashes this week following its 2013 closure (Fishbowl NY) and Travel + Leisure releases a fresh, new design for both print and online (Capital)
- Stats & Studies: The Hollywood Reporter names the most powerful in New York media (THR); The University of Kansas releases new study with insights on women in journalism (KU); The Drudge Report leads referral traffic to top news sites (POLITICO); and ABC World News Tonight beats out NBC Nightly News in viewers for the first time in over five years (The New York Times).
- What’s Next: Attorneys for Adnan Syed (subject of NPR’s Serial) to produce their own podcast, Undisclosed (Poynter) and the Oyster, the Netflix of books, launches its own eBookstore with the five major publishers (Observer)
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