MediaPulse | A Weekly Media Round-Up
Here are some stories we’re following this week:
The Real Deal: Google and Storyful partner to offer verified eyewitness news videos (The Verge), Twitter prepares to launch a new feature for curating relevant news (Poynter), Bloomberg celebrates 25 years (Talking Biz News) and PBS and NPR team up for election coverage (NPR).
Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes: Upworthy makes a move from aggregated to original content (Capital New York), longtime anonymous East Village blogger at EV Grieve reveals identity (AdWeek), Brian Williams moves to MSNBC as breaking news and special reports anchor as Lester Holt is confirmed as host for NBC Nightly News (NBC Universal) , and Katie Couric signs a new deal with Yahoo! (TalkingBizNews).
The Big News: An employee at Bonnier Publications fell victim to cyber hackers to the tune of 1.5 million (NY Post), BuzzFeed’s long-hyped news app launched Thursday offering easy management of notifications (Neiman Lab), Jurassic World breaks the record for Thursday night preview, the biggest Friday night at the box office, and the top opening weekend earning a congrats from Marvel (Business Insider).
— Kevin Feige (@Kevfeige) June 16, 2015
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