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June 13, 2018. Today on RBDR:

A Viant study reports on the conflict between corporate CFOs and CMOs shows substantial percentages of CFOs are uncertain about the value of digital marketing metrics, and at the same time CMOs concede there are significant issues with digital metric collection. 37 more words

RFL Communications

Advice from a Young Magazine Editor

This past December, I had the opportunity to visit with the very friendly and extremely talented writers and editors for Meredith Corporation, a media company based out of Des Moines. 427 more words

Julia Howe

Who killed Time Inc.? Bad journalism.

The legacy of Great Men are forever…

Until it isn’t.

Both Vanity Fair and CJR have articles on Meredith Corp’s devouring of Time Inc.

The last hurrah of their old web page is archived… 679 more words

Alleged Journalism

Meredith Buying Time Inc. For $1.84 Billion

NEW YORK (AP) — Shares of Meredith and Time are climbing Monday morning after news that Meredith, a magazine and broadcasting company, will buy the New York publisher. 119 more words

News

Meredith Corp purchasing Time Inc in massive $3 Billion cash deal

NEW YORK, November 26, 2017 — Meredith Corp is in the process of buying Time Inc, in a nearly $3 billion cash deal. Time Inc. is the publisher of Time, Fortune, and Sports Illustrated. 300 more words

Business

‘Their own media megaphone’: what do the Koch brothers want from Time?

Published in The Guardian, November 27, 2017

The company’s decline is readily apparent – but if the billionaire brothers’ other interests are a guide, their investment will be about more than money… 110 more words

Climate Change

Meredith Corp. Acquires Time Inc. in $2.8 Billion Koch Brothers-Backed Deal

Meredith Corp., a magazine publisher and broadcast company, will acquire Time Inc. in a deal totaling $2.8 billion, the company announced Sunday. The all-cash transaction is backed by an affiliate of Koch Industries, headed by the controversial billionaire brothers Charles and David Koch. 529 more words

News