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Vatican Cancels Planned Live TV Broadcast of Biden-Pope Meeting; Sparks Complaints From White House, Vatican Accredited Journalists

The instant cancelation of the planned live broadcast of United States President Joe Biden greeting Pope Francis by the Vatican sparked complaints from journalists in the White House and Vatican-based journalists.
Naomi Osaka Breaks Down in Tears During First Press Conference Since French Open Withdrawal

Naomi Osaka Breaks Down in Tears During First Press Conference Since French Open Withdrawal

In her first press conference since her withdrawal from the French Open for mental health reasons, Naomi Osaka broke down in tears in front of the media.
Mexican Drug Cartels Attack the Media in Battle for Territory; Jalisco Cartel ‘El Mencho’ Has a Message for 'Attackers'

Mexican Drug Cartels Attack the Media in Battle for Territory; Jalisco Cartel ‘El Mencho’ Has a Message for 'Attackers'

The emergence of the video of Jalisco cartel masked men armed with assault weapons who directly warned Azucena Uresti, a prominent journalist in Mexico, caused outrage in the country.
Pres. Joe Biden Looks Confused and Appears to Check Notes While Asked About Russia

Pres. Joe Biden Looks Confused and Appears to Check Notes When Asked by Media About Russia

President Joe Biden looked confused and allegedly checked his notes when asked by a reporter about the recent cyber-attack linked to Russia.
Biden Admin Pressured on Media Access in Border Facilities

Biden Admin Pressured on Media Access in Border Facilities

Lawmakers pressured the Biden administration to allow media coverages on Border Facilities housing unaccompanied children.
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The Facebook Effect: Controversy Over Conservative News in Trending Topics Points to Broader Issues

Is Facebook suppressing how much content appears from conservative news outlets? Either way, the controversy points to larger concerns over Facebook's power in media.
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Many Latino Influencers Believe English-Language Media Fails to Consider Latinos' Perspective in Reports

Among Latino influencers, the most important issue politicians should address is immigration reform.
Univision is looking to go younger alongside Televisa.

Univision, Televisa Team up to Train Media Professionals

It seems that Univision and Televisa have heard your call and are currently looking to give Latin Americans a chance to train as media professionals.
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Let's Call It: The Cord Cutting Era Has Officially Arrived

Three stories hit the news on Monday in separate publications, concerning three different but interrelated subjects -- advertising, entertainment, and the IT backbone of the Internet. Taken together, they represent a tipping point in a trend we've seen building for a decade. Welcome to the era of cord cutting.
Blacks and Latinos getting News from YouTube

Digital Divide Fades Among Millennial Social Media & News Consumers

Latinos and black millennials are technologically connected and consume social media and news content at similar levels to their White counterparts and the national average, according to a new poll by the American Press Institute and The Associated Press.
The New York Times

New York Times Sued for Age and Gender Discrimination

A suit filed against the New York Times and its chief revenue officer Meredith Levien alleges that when Levien started to downsize employees in 2013 she did so by targeting older and minority employees for dismissal.
Bob Schieffer

CBS' 'Face the Nation' Anchor Bob Schieffer to Retire this Summer: A Look Back at His Work & Country Singing Career

CBS News' treasured journalist and "Face the Nation" anchor Bob Schieffer is hanging up his hat in the news biz. On Wednesday, the 78-year-old journalist announced that he will retire this summer after more than 50 years of working in journalism
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Carlos Slim Now Largest Shareholder in The New York Times Company

Mexican multibillionaire Carlos Slim became the largest shareholder in The New York Times Company Wednesday after opting to double his stake.
Eight Crucial Facts You Should Know About the Transforming Hispanic Market

Eight Crucial Facts You Should Know About the Transforming Hispanic Market

Advertisers have been tripping over themselves to get a piece of the coveted and growing Latino market. Yet, little attention has been paid to the tectonic transformations in Hispanic marketing that occurred in 2014 or the monumental developments in Hispanic engagement that will likely take place in years to come. Here are eight things you need to know about the ever-changing Hispanic market.
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CES 2015: The Most Important News From The Week

The Consumer Electronics Show is wrapping up its week in Las Vegas, and while the majority of the focus is (obviously) consumer electronics, these three big can't-miss announcements dominated the headlines for CES 2015.
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Google News Leaving Spain: Or, How NOT to Save a Struggling News Industry

Google News has decided to stop operations in Spain and drop publications based in the country from its listings in response to a new copyright law that will take effect in that country starting in 2015.
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