August 2015
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
NBCUniversal invested $200 million in both Vox and BuzzFeed for fear of falling behind in the move to digital, a report says.

Unionization could slow the growth of young media companies by compromising their agility, according to a WSJ article.

Engagement editor is an emerging role in the newsroom, requiring skills like social media savvy and analytics know-how.

Facebook video aggregators score more views than orginal content channels by far, but there's still the problem of freebooting.
 
 
 
Janice Min reinvented The Hollywood Reporter with a complete overhaul of its staff, design, logo, content, and tone.

Women's magazines have always mixed personal and political topics—even before women had the right to vote.

Harvard Business Review editor Amy Bernstein focuses on content that's "compelling and relevant and urgent."

Martha Nelson, former editor in chief at Time Inc., is taking on the role of global editor in chief at Yahoo Media.
 
 
TFP's Media Metrics roundup breaks down search results for mobile-friendly sites, magazine circulation in the first half, the impact of ad-blocking software, and much more.
 
 
 
InDesign CC 2015 now lets you embed published documents in websites using the Publish Online feature. Monica Murphy shows you the steps along with a sample document.
 
 
 
Digital design is the theme of August's recommended reads, offering inspiration, expert advice, and practical tools to help you thrive in today's digital publishing marketplace.
 
 
 
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