Category: Newspapers & magazines

The famous periodical has been delving into its own back issues – and found it was guilty of presenting race hierarchically, as well as reinforcing colonialist attitudes

Name: National Geographic.

Age: 129.

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‘Virtual newsstand’ lets users read about 200 digital titles for a monthly subscription fee

Apple is to buy the digital magazine service Texture, which lets users read titles for a monthly subscription fee.

The “virtual newsstand” gives readers online access to current and back issues of about 200 titles, including Rolling Stone, Vanity Fair, Vogue and Cosmopolitan, for a monthly fee of $9.99 (£7.19).

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Normal responsibilities of ownership should apply after 18 months of damaging headlines

Sky’s independent directors have a lot on their plate these days, with takeover bids piling up, but they should spare a moment to ask a couple of obvious governance questions.

Is Sky’s involvement with Team Sky, the professional cycling outfit now the subject of explosive allegations by MPs, harming the company’s reputation? Has support for Team Sky only survived this long because the adventure into cycling was a pet project of the chairman, James Murdoch, and the chief executive, Jeremy Darroch?

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Chief executive Simon Fox’s pay package increases by nearly 20% despite slide in revenues

Trinity Mirror is to change its name to Reach following the acquisition of Richard Desmond’s Express and Star titles, as the newspaper publisher reported a slump in revenues in tough trading conditions last year.

The chief executive, Simon Fox, said the new name encapsulated the reach its newspaper titles had with readers in print and digital.

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Staff fired following report on links between Newsweek Media Group and Christian university

Newsweek, once one of the most powerful publications in US media, has a scoop on its hands – one that has plunged the troubled title further into chaos.

On Tuesday the magazine published an exposé of its owner’s ties to a small evangelical Christian school, Olivet University, founded by the controversial Korean pastor David Jang.

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Campaign group will contest decision that 21st Century Fox would be ‘fit and proper’ owner

A campaigning group opposed to Rupert Murdoch’s takeover of Sky has won permission to launch a legal challenge to the media regulator’s ruling that the broadcaster would remain “fit and proper” to hold a UK licence if it was owned by 21st Century Fox.

A high court judge said the activist group Avaaz would have its case for a judicial review of Ofcom’s decision heard before 30 June.

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An LA-based manager alleges female employees at the company were paid tens of thousands of dollars less than their male counterparts

A former employee of Vice Media filed a lawsuit against the company on Tuesday, accusing it of systemic pay discrimination and citing several allegations of female employees being paid tens of thousands of dollars less than their male counterparts.

In the suit, Elizabeth Rose, a former project manager in the Los Angeles office, alleges that while working at the company, she discovered men she worked with were making more than her female colleagues – much more. A male subordinate, whom she had hired, was making $25,000 more a year than she was. Later, when that coworker was promoted to be her supervisor, the suit says, a Vice executive told Rose that the coworker was a “good personality fit” for male clients.

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Richard Desmond agrees to sell newspapers along with celebrity magazine OK!

The owner of the Mirror newspaper group has sealed a £200m deal with Richard Desmond to buy his Express and Star national titles, as well as the celebrity magazine OK!

Trinity Mirror, the publisher of the Labour-supporting Daily and Sunday Mirror as well as the Sunday People, has paid £126.7m for Desmond’s Brexit-supporting titles. The company has also agreed to invest £70.4m in staff pension schemes through to 2027.

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‘Workplace shadowing’ reported to HM Revenue as campaigner says practice deters diversity at fashion magazine

Vogue has been criticised for using unpaid interns in month-long placements despite the new editor Edward Enninful’s commitment to increasing diversity at the fashion journal.

The Condé Nast title told one potential applicant that the “workplace shadowing” role would involve “assisting the fashion features team”, including transcribing interviews, obtaining photographs and fashion samples, and helping with “online content”.

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Patrick Soon-Shiong buys California newspapers from Tronc for $500m in cash, allowing paper to repay outstanding debt

The Los Angeles Times is being sold to a local billionaire for $500m, ending its strained tenure under the owner of the Chicago Tribune.

Related: Fake news sharing in US is a rightwing thing, says study

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Magazine says entry no longer cause for celebration after US uses it to compile ‘Putin list’

Wealthy Russians now view inclusion on the Forbes list of the world’s richest people as toxic, rather than a cause for bragging rights, the magazine has said, after the US treasury department used it to compile its own “name and shame” list of Kremlin-linked oligarchs.

RBK, a Russian newspaper, reported on Wednesday that the business people included on the “Putin list” had lost a combined total of $1.06bn (£750m) in the 24 hours after its publication.

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I’m furthering ignorance, certainly, but I don’t think people have died as a result of my work

I’ve been writing articles for far-right websites in the US for a year now. I didn’t set out to do this; it started in October 2016, when I was finishing my PhD in London. My funding ran out, and I started writing content to pay the rent. I found clients through websites that allow potential writers to bid for work, and then build a portfolio of reviews from clients. There is an enormous amount of work available – everything from writing product copy to ghost-writing novels.

The first jobs I got were pretty shady. I was writing fake Amazon reviews and descriptions of perfume that had yet to be produced. A reliable client put me in touch with a colleague who runs a number of websites, one of which focuses on news about, and reviews of, guns.

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Branson says decision was taken without his knowledge and company should not be seen to be ‘censoring’ or ‘moralising’

Sir Richard Branson has ordered Virgin Trains to restock the Daily Mail, saying the rail company’s sales ban amounted to censorship.

Branson said the decision by Virgin Trains, which stopped selling the Daily Mail in November after deciding it was “not compatible” with its brand or beliefs, had been taken without his knowledge.

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Venture capitalist faces legal hurdles by bidding for site, which has been shut down for more than a year following Hulk Hogan lawsuit he bankrolled

Venture capitalist Peter Thiel has made an offer for Gawker, hoping to overcome legal hurdles and rival bidders for the online news site whose collapse the billionaire helped precipitate last year, people familiar with the matter said on Thursday.

Gawker’s gossipy news site has been inactive for more than a year, after it was shut down following a massive lawsuit against it by wrestling star Hulk Hogan, which Thiel bankrolled after he turned against the media company. In 2007, Gawker revealed Thiel was gay, without his consent.

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Virgin Trains says it will stop selling Mail and giving it away in first-class, because paper is incompatible with its beliefs

Virgin Trains and the Daily Mail have become embroiled in a row after the rail company announced it had stopped selling the newspaper on its services because it was “not compatible” with its brand or beliefs.

Virgin Trains operates the west coast mainline, which includes trains from London to Manchester, Liverpool, Birmingham and Scotland.

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