The Associated Press said it posted its first revenue gain in six years in 2014, citing a boost from special events and improved photo and video licensing and the sale of its 50 percent stake in sports data company Stats LLC.
The Wall Street Journal today launched a redesigned WSJ.com.
Hearst Magazines inked a revised deal with Quad/Graphics to extend printing Hearst titles through 2020.
LONDON— Axel Springer told attendees of WAN-Ifra’s Digital Media Europe 2015 conference, currently underway, that its Business Insider, launched in November 2014, has become the No. 1 digital business site.