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Publishers Daily: 'Rolling Stone' Editor Noah Shachtman Steps Down

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Monday, Feb. 12, 2024 'Rolling Stone' Editor Noah Shachtman Steps Down, and more.
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Burnt Cookies: How B2B Publishers Can Get Along Without Them
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'Rolling Stone' Editor Noah Shachtman Steps Down
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Republicans Want SCOTUS To Restrict White House Contact With Tech Platforms
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Advertisement MediaPost  |  Share » Publishers Daily Monday, February 12, 2024 Publishing Insider Burnt Cookies: How B2B Publishers Can Get Along Without Them by Ray Schultz, Columnist Northstar Travel Group CEO Jason Young explains his company's strategy for dealing with the loss of cookies. Read the whole story Read Now » 'Rolling Stone' Editor Noah Shachtman Steps Down by Ray Schultz Chief Executive Gus Wenner says he will begin a search for a replacement. Read the whole story Citizen-Powered Media, Colorado Publishing Nonprofit, Closes Doors by Ray Schultz But 'The Indy' and 'Colorado Springs Business Journal' could be revived. Read the whole story Advertisement Staff At CBS News Digital Votes To Unionize by Ray Schultz The Writer's Guild of America East plans to conduct collective bargaining. Read the whole story SPONSOR CONTENT FROM PUBLISHING INSIDER SUMMIT Connect with Publishing Rockstars! Here, there, everywhere. Media consumers, advertisers, and partners are channel-agnostic now. They expect to have access to your media brands online, on-air, via their inboxes, on social feeds, advising their shopping experiences, and even in their ears. At the 15th edition of MediaPost's Publishing Insider Summit we will explore the business case for omni-channel media programming. Are there sustainable revenue models around 360-degree media presence? Publishers will gather to share emerging revenue streams that are working for them: on sites, on OTT, on pods, e-commerce, and newsletters. But will publishers add them up to more than the sum of their parts? Click for more Today Media Acquires Suburban Maryland Titles by Ray Schultz The purchase includes Bethesda Magazine and the MoCo360 news site. Read the whole story Republicans Want SCOTUS To Restrict White House Contact With Tech Platforms by Wendy Davis "The Biden Administration used its power to commandeer the apparatuses of social media companies to affect their COVID-related content policies," Rep. Jim Jordan and ... Read the whole story Meta Will Stop Recommending Political Content On Instagram, Threads by Colin Kirkland "If you decide to follow accounts that post political content, we don't want to get between you and their posts, but we also don't ... Read the whole story Ohio AG Presses Bid To Regulate Google Search Results by Wendy Davis Google should be subject to regulation as a common carrier service because it's available to all web users and profits by transporting "goods" -- ... Read the whole story Advertisement © 2024 MediaPost Communications, 145 Pipers Hill Road, Wilton, CT 06897 You are receiving this newsletter at [email protected] as part of your membership with MediaPost. We welcome and appreciate forwarding of our newsletters in their entirety or in part with proper attribution. If this issue was forwarded to you and you would like to begin receiving a copy of your own, please visit mediapost.com. For advertising opportunities see our online media kit. If you'd rather not receive this newsletter in the future you may opt-out here. All content published by MediaPost is determined by our editors 100% in the interest of our readers ... independent of advertising, sponsorships or other considerations.  
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