April 2016
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Google Accelerated Mobile Pages got some updates, including a Google News carousel of more than a dozen AMP stories, and more support for paywalled sites, ads, and analytics.

Verizon Hearst Media Partners is acquiring Complex Media, a millennial-focused video site that reportedly draws 50 million unique viewers a month.

Social media managers revealed they often join to help promote each other’s content across agencies and brands.

The Pulitzer Prizes were announced, with The New Yorker taking the first-ever prizes for a magazine brand.
 
 
 
 
A woman-owned consultancy is showing Silicon Valley companies how to get diversity right.

The first female to be named EIC of a major sports pub says she was stunned that in 2016 that was "still a thing."

"America's Test Kitchen" named two familiar faces to fill departing host Chris Kimball's spot: longtime food editors and test cooks Julia Collin Davison and Bridget Lancaster.

To celebrate women's history month in March, The Washington Post opened up its archive of stories about women, written by women.
 
 
Media Metrics: Our latest roundup covers the amount of mobile data used by ads, magazine social audiences, digital ad spending projections, a study on cross-device use, and much more.
 
 
 
As DPS publishers migrate to Adobe Experience Manager Mobile, check out TFP's tip on the latest features and enhancements, plus grab our most recent infographic on AEMM.
 
 
 
Platforms are key for businesses today—in terms of both technology and strategy. Our April Book Picks explain how they work, their impact, and how to build and use them successfully.
 
 
 
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