March 2017
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
On "The Day Without Women," staffers at media outlets either participated in the strike or provided coverage of related events around the world.

Uber's "content marketplace" is designed to engage riders with a feed of "cards" featuring third-party content.

A Huffington Post reorganization is in the works, aiming to "bring a wider swath of America into the fold."

Native advertising has proved tough for many publishers, with tight margins and demand for premium multimedia content.
 
 
 
NPR's Diane Rehm is signing off after more than 30 years and thousands of episodes of "The Diane Rehm Show." 

Glassbreaker Films, launched by the Center for Investigative Reporting, aims to support women in documentary filmmaking.
 
Melissa Harris-Perry’s mentorship program will focus on “issues that affect women and girls of color.” 
 
Marie Claire EIC Anne Fulenwider: It’s important for women to make change happen, not just "share" on Facebook.
 
 
Don't miss Media Metrics: Our roundup of key industry reports covers journalism trends, the potential of news alerts, desktop vs. mobile usage, iPad sales, and more.
 
 
 
Accessing and searching Adobe Stock in InDesign has never been easier! Check out Monica Murphy's most recent Adobe InDesign CC Tip to find out four different ways. 
 
 
 
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