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Disney-ABC Oscars Red-Carpet Live Stream Switches to Twitter

Variety: ABC is moving its Oscars red-carpet preshow from Facebook to Twitter for 2019, marking the first time “Oscars All Access: Red Carpet Live” will be streamed live exclusively on Twitter. The live stream will be available at @TheAcademy account on Oscars...

Apple News Service Likely in March Amid Gripes from Publishers

BuzzFeed News: Apple plans to hold a special event on March 25 at the Steve Jobs Theater on its Apple Park campus. Headlining the gathering: the subscription news service that has been all over the news. Apple reportedly plans to claim half the proceeds of a $10...

Google Set to Employ More People Than US Newspaper Industry

Bloomberg Opinion: With 139,900 payroll employees as of December, U.S. newspapers are still ahead of Alphabet. But if Alphabet’s contractors outnumber its employees, then it may really have 200,000-plus people working at the tech giant, far more than the entire U.S....

New York Times Sees $100,000 Subscriptions as Real Possibility

Business Insider: New York Times COO Meredith Levien: "We have people paying over $1,000 a year for the New York Times. I think there are probably people in the world who would pay $100,000 for a subscription because they believe so much in it. ... We'll test higher...

Meredith to Push Back Sale Deals for Sports Illustrated, Money

WWD: While Meredith initially planned to have the sale of four former Time Inc. titles executed by fall -- a timeline that the sales of Time and Fortune magazines managed to stay in line with -- deals for Sports Illustrated and Money could still be months...

Conde Nast’s Chevy-Ad Cover Confuses Readers of Bon Appétit

@msenese: "I know Conde Nast is having a rough spell but this is NUTS —  the cover of the new issue of Bon Appetit that my mom just received is literally a huge Chevy ad. Very sad times in publishing. ... Got a little more info. Looks like this is a glue-on cover,...

American Media Inc is $1 Billion in Debt Amid Financial Losses

Bloomberg: The publisher of the National Enquirer, currently under attack by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, has been facing steep financial losses that have left the once-loyal keeper of Donald Trump’s secrets with more than $1 billion in debt and a negative net...

CBS Offers Employee Buyouts at Local TV Stations Across US

New Times: CBS is said to be making buyout offers to hundreds of employees in cities across the country. Some longtime staffers of CBS-owned-and-operated TV stations reportedly received offers last week. “Zero explanation has been given,” said one employee. A CBS...

Google’s YouTube No Longer Recommends Conspiracy Videos

NBC News: YouTube has announced that it will no longer recommend videos that "come close to" violating its community guidelines, such as conspiracy or medically inaccurate videos. A former engineer for Google, YouTube's parent company, hailed the move as a "historic...

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