Facebook reverses its Australia news ban

Following discussions between Facebook and the Australian Government, the social network has lifted its ban on news content


Facebook debuts its news hub in the UK

At launch, Facebook has added Channel 4 News, Daily Mail Group, DC Thomson, Financial Times, Sky News, and Telegraph Media Group to its previously announced partners


Facebook to begin paying UK publishers for news stories

The News offering, which launches in January 2021, provides Facebook users with a mix of curated and personalised stories, delivering readers the top headlines and stories of the day alongside news personalised to their interests


LiveRamp introduces solutions for publishers

The identity platform will enable publishers to build a direct, trusted relationship with their audiences and connect those audiences to relevant advertisers


AOP partners with Fenestra on sell side supply chain transparency

The Association of Online Publishing (AOP) is teaming up with blockchain ad trading platform Fenestra to increase financial transparency in the sell side supply chain. The pair say the partnership


Viral publisher Unilad heads into administration following court ruling

Digital publisher Unilad is set to enter administration with debts of more than £6m owed to various parties. Judge Clive Jones at the High Court of Justice in London ruled

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The top 10 news days of H1 2018…according to push notifications

New figures from Urban Airship have revealed the top UK news stories from the first six months of 2018, accoridng to the volume of push notifications sent out via UK


Digital publishing coalition Maven cuts $5m in costs and 17 staff

(Left to right) Matt Sanchez, James Heckman, Paul Edmondson, Josh Jacobs Maven, a digital publishing coalition that enables partners to unify advertising and distribution under a larger banner, has laid


The Associated Press signs on to journalism blockchain startup Civil

The Associated Press (AP) has announced a two-part deal with blockchain journalism startup Civil Media Company that will see the AP license its content to the Civil networks 14 newsrooms.


Uproxx Media Group acquired by Warner Music Group

Uproxx Media Group, the owner of sites including Uproxx, HitFix and Dime, has been acquired by Warner Music Group (WMG). The group, which focuses on entertainment and pop culture news,

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