September 11, 2015
/ by Cision Staff
Here’s the top media industry stories we’re following this week:
What’s hot: Media General to buy Meredith in TV/ magazine deal (USA Today); President & CEO of United out (Crain’s Chicago Business); Stephen Colbert’s Late Show debuts (Variety); Apple unveils new products (TechCrunch)
Around the water cooler: Greenpeace brings on investigative reporters (The Guardian); Sarah Michelle Gellar launches food and lifestyle brand (People); Donald Trump loves Mike Ditka? (Poynter); CrunchBase to stand alone? (TechCrunch); Queen Elizabeth is longest reigning monarch (The Daily Beast)
Comings & Goings: Los Angeles Times publisher fired (POLITICO States); Jon Stewart named executive producer of Late Show (Money); new radio show for comedian Sandra Bernhard (FishbowlNY); former sports editor Bob Kenney passes away (Philly.com)
Change is coming: AP getting into branded content/native ads (Poynter); Disney partners with Amazon (Digital Trends); National Geographic Magazine becomes for profit (The Huffington Post); Apple wants to know what you’re thinking (MacDailyNews)
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