Google Docs’ new inclusive writing tool needs some work.
After a school board banned Art Spiegelman’s critically acclaimed graphic novel, Maus, it shot to the top of bestseller lists.
On Line, Japan’s most popular messaging app, 4m creators have fueled a booming sticker economy.
BuzzFeed is down 39% as a public company. But it now has public stock for acquisitions.
Macy’s new advertising network is pulling in tens of millions of dollars, and could be the company’s next big revenue stream.
The top 1% of podcasters and video streamers earn the majority of revenue for those media verticals.
CAA’s purchase of ICM will create a super-agency to take on a changing entertainment industry.
Automattic, the parent company to WordPress, recently executed a $250m buyback, valuing the company at $7.5B.
Vimeo’s customers include Amazon, Spotify, and Intuit. It was once bought by accident.
Powered by AWS, The Washington Post’s publishing software is used by 1k+ websites.
Publishers are trying their hands at NFTs, with some looking to turn written work into digital collectibles.
Ghost is an open-source alternative to Substack for newsletter publishers. Creators are already making $2m a year on its platform.
Substack -- the popular newsletter platform -- is getting massive backlash for the sponsored writers it pays big paychecks to use the platform.