Media

Jill Abramson Returning to Harvard Alma Mater

Jill Abramson, former New York Times executive editor, is joining Harvard University as a visiting lecturer this coming school year, the university announced.


Time Warner Keen on Vice

Vice Media, a digital group that mounted an aggressive assault on traditional news providers, is in talks to sell a major stake in itself to Time Warner for about $2.2 billion.


Lozano Steps Down as ImpreMedia CEO

ImpreMedia announced on Thursday that Monica C. Lozano will depart as CEO of the company and as publisher of the Spanish-language daily newspaper La Opinión.


Fox News Hits 12-Year Low for Prime TV Demographic

Fox News's primetime lineup hit its lowest viewer ratings since August 2001 in the 25-to-54 demographic.


'Reading Rainbow' Kickstart Meets Goal in First Day

LeVar Burton's Kickstarter campaign to revive the children's show Reading Rainbow passed the $1 million mark less than a day after going live.


Hachette Fight With Amazon Could Last Awhile

Amazon is wading against a rising chorus of criticism about its decision to limit the supply of books from publisher Hachette Book Group.


Pulpo Names Marin as Chief Revenue Officer

Fast-growing Pulpo Media continues to strengthen its resources with a strategic hire.


Batanga Becomes Hispanic Data Partner for comScore

Batanga Media's Hispanic ethnicity data will be used to bolster comScore's audience reporting for U.S. Hispanic consumers.


Maytte Sepulveda Joins Vme TV

Motivational speaker Maytte Sepulveda will join Vme TV with a new program to inspire and motivate viewers to improve themselves.


Discovery Familia Launches Hispanic Health Campaign

Discovery Familia initiative provides current information and resources each month on health topics of particular concern to Hispanics.


CNN Latino Pulls the Plug

CNN Latino, a Spanish-language broadcast effort aimed at the U.S. Hispanic market, is shutting down after a year on the air because it hasn't brought in as much money as expected.


Hispanic TV News Duo Makes History in Orlando

Jorge Estevez and Nancy Alvarez become the first Hispanic anchor team in Orlando, Fla., to host a weeknight English-language newscast.


Hispanic Foundation Lauds Sepulveda

Juan Sepulveda will take up his new duties as senior vice president of station services at PBS and get a welcome aboard from the Hispanic Heritage Foundation in Washington, D.C.


Poynter Institute Names New President

A journalist who edited major metropolitan newspapers and founded an education center for sports journalism will be the new president of the Poynter Institute.


Hispanic Leaders Join Vme Advisory Council

Key members of the Hispanic community will assist in strategic development for Vme TV's objectives and programming for 2014.


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