October 30, 2015
/ by Cision Staff
Here are the top media industry stories we’re following this week:
The Big News: China ended its 35-year one-child policy (NYT); YouTube launched its paid subscription service, Red (WIRED), but without ESPN (TV News Check); Paul Ryan elected 54th speaker of the House (CNN).
Expanding New Media: BuzzFeed Politics readers will start seeing native video ads from politicians and political causes (POLITICO); Netflix set its sights on news programming (HuffPo); Refinery29 joined Snapchat’s Discover video feature (FishbowlNY).
Listed: Time dropped a list of the year’s 30 most influential teens; In honor of the UN’s International Day of the Girl, noted girl and first lady Michelle Obama shared a Spotify playlist (Time); The Pulitzer Prizes added three new categories for online and print magazines (FishbowlNY).
Big Names: Gawker Media named John Cook executive editor (NYT); WIRED had a special guest editor in Serena Williams (FishbowlNY); New York city councilwoman Melissa Mark-Viverito called for SNL to rescind its invitation to presidential candidate Donald Trump to host the show next weekend (POLITICO).
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