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Friday, March 10, 2017
 
 
 
Welcome! This week our roundup of interesting and noteworthy publishing industry stories covers how women's media outlets approached "The Day Without Women" strike, Uber's plan to boost customer engagement with a "marketplace" of third-party content, how HuffPost is refocusing on its mission, the challenges of running content studios, and more. Please read the full version here...
 
 
 
On "The Day Without Women," women's media outlets took one of two approaches: They either published content related to the day's events or went on strike themselves.
 
Uber is planning a "content marketplace" from which riders can engage with a feed of "cards" offering third-party content and other features.
 
A Huffington Post reorganization will focus on holding politicians and big corporations accountable and targeting “a broader swath of America." 

Publishers’ content studios are operating on a tight margin with the high cost of staff, overhead, and distribution, along with growing demand for premium (i.e., expensive) multimedia content.
 
 
 
 
 
 
InDesign CC 2017 Tip: Monica Murphy explains four easy ways you can access and search Adobe Stock in InDesign.

Don't miss TFP's Media Metrics: Our most recent roundup of industry reports covers 2017 journalism trends, the potential of news alerts, desktop usage, iPad sales numbers, and more.
 
Our latest Infographic: Who knows how to market on LinkedIn better than LinkedIn itself? Learn its recipe for success.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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