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Friday, December 9, 2016
 
 
 
Welcome! This week our roundup of interesting and noteworthy publishing industry stories covers the new editor in chief of The Huffington Post, a Hearst-Scripps deal to produce a Pioneer Woman magazine, a new Facebook feature that will let publishers curate their content, fake news updates, and more. Please read the full version here...
 
 
 
The new EIC of Huffington Post is Lydia Polgreen, editorial director of The New York Times Global. She will replace founder Arianna Huffington, who stepped down in August to launch a new venture (see TFP's Women in Media).

The Pioneer Woman—Ree Drummond—is growing her popular brand even further with a Hearst-Scripps Network deal to produce a print magazine.

Facebook’s new Collections will let users browse curated content from publishers, much like a feature Snapchat has been updating on its platform.

To address the fake news problem, Facebook is asking users if they think specific headlines are false or misleading, and Google is trying to differentiate Google News content from its main search product with a new Top Stories carousel.
 
 
Infographic of the Week
 
 
 
 
AEM Mobile Tip: Readers are using different devices to read the content of apps, meaning it’s more important than ever to create responsive HTML layouts. Learn how the AEM Mobile Packager utility helps get your HTML content into your app!

Women in Media: We cover Arianna Huffington’s official launch of Thrive Global, a mentorship that matches women media execs with advocates of women and youth sports programs, Reese Witherspoon’s new digital media company, and more.

AEM Mobile v2016.14: Learn about all the new features, enhancements, and bug fixes in Adobe’s new release.

TFP’s Infographic Pick: In case you missed it, we shared a post that compares two of today's hottest platforms: Instagram and Snapchat. Find out which rates best with Gen Z and millennial audiences.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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