The percentage of publishers that said readers are more willing to pay for content rose from 70% in 2018 to 79% this year. Publishers are also warier of tech giants that are gatekeepers to digital content.
It is possible to applaud the administration's efforts to promote gay rights, while still pointing out areas that need improvement. The two viewpoints aren't necessarily contradictory.
The action follows criticism of the video-sharing platform for monetizing videos that exploit children. Starting on February 25, YouTube's revised "strikes system" will give a one-time warning to users who post content that crosses the line.
As of Sunday, 60 people had signed the petition from activist group MoveOn.
His "In Conversation" columns at "Vulture" and "New York" were notable for getting fresh, even controversial comments from celebrities who had been interviewed countless times before.
The Vogue Wedding store in the tony Omotesando neighborhood of Tokyo aims to give brides-to-be a one-stop shop for gowns from high-end designers.
Apple is asking publishers to hand over half of the subscription revenue they earn from the tech giant's planned "Netflix for magazines," "The Wall Street Journal" reported.
The magazine's cover story profiles a high-school senior from West Bend, Wisc and describes the adversity he's faced for being a supporter of President Trump.
ESPN magazine's cover story this week delves into the sports business as part of a tie-in with "The Boardroom," a six-part series on video streaming service ESPN+.
AMI's defense against any possible criminal charges likely will have broader implications for publishers that report unflattering details about celebs' private lives.